• Sandwich Shop in Downtown Hoboken: Sauced

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    While there are many different eateries throughout the Mile Square, we cant help it when a new one joins the bunch. Sauced, a downtown grab-and-go Sandwich shop {located at 217 Washington Street}, is fairly new to Hoboken and we’re giving you a peek inside our visit. Read on to learn more about what makes this spot unique:

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    Sauced is the first of its kind, and will be whipping up DIY-bowls and sammies as well as some vegan and gluten-free menu options {and, wait for it…sauces}. The specialty shop takes the place of the Muscle Maker Grill that closed earlier this year in town. The staff was very friendly and inviting, asking if we had any questions about the menu and ready to take an order.

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    A sign above their seated area that says “locally sauced ingredients” — how punny, guyz. In the flesh, the place is clean, bright, and easy to grab some grub. And sauces, OFC.

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    Beverages offered range from Coca-Cola to Saratoga Springs seltzer and iced teas. Menu-wise, we’re excited to try the Chicken Tikka Masala wrap, The 201 {breaded chicken, fresh mutz, vodka sauce on a wrap}, and the Caulifornia Wrap {roasted cauliflower, red pepper, provolone, machi pesto on a wrap}. Even though Mikie’s and Mr. Wraps is great for wraps, we’re excited that a new place downtown will hopefully be filling the wrap void sometimes felt by the PATH.

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    Vegans and veggies get excited: they even have options such as a lentil meatball and a roasted cauliflower sandwich, so you know they’re catering to all dietary preferences. The menu is labeled vegan and items with gluten have a star.

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    The toppings for sandwiches are plentiful – including over 22 sauces {unique, must-try sauce includes: curry ketchup, cucumber wasabi, mac sauce, red gravy, tikka masala, and basalmic glaze}. As far as desserts go, Kindness Kookies are being served {helllooo chocolate chunk Reeses cup aka the “Nutty Professor”, above!} which are local to the area and donate 10% of their proceeds to Movember.

     Have you been to sauced? What did you think?

     

     


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    Jen is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of Hoboken Girl. She started the site to discover and share the wealth of things happening in Hudson County. Her roots in the area extend to her maternal grandparents, who owned two textile factories in Weehawken and North Bergen. When not planning the next Hoboken Girl event/volunteer project or editing her life away, she can usually be found shopping at local boutiques, eating an Insta-worthy meal, walking her French bulldog + rescue pup, or watching the latest murder doc on Netflix with her husband.