Medley, the Hoboken Sandwich + Salad Shop, Closing This July

After serving the Hoboken community for over a year, Medley, a sandwich and salad shop located at 521 Washington Street, is closing by the end of June after opening back in March 2020. The salad shop had taken over the space that was formerly Makai Poke — with the same owners. Read on to learn more about Medley’s closure in Hoboken.

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Medley specialized in sandwiches and smoothies as well as other small dishes.

When it first opened, the store’s representative told Hoboken Girl, “Medley Greens and Grains is a fast-casual restaurant that will serve salads, grain bowls, sandwiches, smoothies, and breakfast options with a chef-driven spin. The entire menu was created by a high-end NYC head chef who decided to take some of the food he was creating in these high-end restaurants but make it more accessible to the public.”

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The restaurant also offered corporate catering and a meal prep component for those who were looking for a chef-driven meal prep program.

The owner shared exclusively with Hoboken Girl that the shop will be closing and officially out of the storefront by the beginning of July. It’s unknown what will open in its place at this time.

Other recent closings in the area include the beloved Delfino’s pizzeria – its last day of operation in Hoboken is July 2nd and Verizza pizzeria that has been sold to local restauranteur Dave Carney, who has plans to renovate and reopen with a new concept.

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