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Dozzino Owners Open ‘Number Eleven Food Store’ in Former 7 Stars Location

by Victoria Marie Moyeno
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Team members behind Dozzino, a popular pizzeria in Hoboken, are furthering their stamp in town with a third venture. ‘Number Eleven Food Store,’ the latest restaurant concept that specializes in Asian cuisine, opened its doors at 342 Garden Street in Hoboken, the former 7 Stars Pizzeria location, on March 31st.

 

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We got word that 7 Stars closed its doors for good in 2020 in the full swing of the COVID-19 pandemic. The longstanding pizzeria nestled on the corner of Garden Street was popular amongst Church Square Park visitors, students from the surrounding schools, and nearby residents.

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It turns out that the space was undergoing renovation in recent months preparing for the launch of Number Eleven Food Store, Jersey Digs reported.

 

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Residents may recall the restaurant’s name from a successful pop-up that took place at Dozzino, among other locations a few months back. The pop-ups offered samples of current menu items. The team describes the cuisine as “Good food that looks Chinese,” as seen in the restaurant’s Instagram bio.

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If you’re wondering why it’s called Number Eleven Food Store, there are only eleven menu items (clever, if we may say so). The no-frills restaurant boasts dishes like Drunken Noodles, Potstickers, Ma and Pa Lumpia, and Pepperoni Fried Rice. View the full list online here.

Keep up with the new spot on Instagram at @11foodstore.

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