• The Thursday {3}: St. Mary’s Thrift Store, Midtown Authentic Bus, Quinoa Veggie Bowls

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    The Thursday Three is here — better late than never! Here are a few things we’ve been loving this week {in Hoboken & beyond}:

    1. Quinoa Veggie Bowls from Manhattan Juice Bar {Montclair}

    quinoa veggie bowl manhattan juice bar

    If you haven’t been to Montclair in a while, here’s a tip: GO. It’s a fun, quick trip out of Hoboken and there are so many great restaurants and shopping! One of our favorite juice bar joints is in Montclair, called the Manhattan Juice Bar. The best menu item {besides their fresh juices, of course} is their “Quinoa Bowl.” It’s actually NOT a menu item, so you need to special order it {I order mine with chicken and veggies + just a little bit of quinoa, and they make it right in front of me}. So delicious — I crave it daily {plus their salads, energy balls, and wraps are amazing as well}! Definitely worth the trek to Montclair.

    2. St. Mary’s Thrift Store

    st marys thrift store

    The thrift store St. Mary’s Advocates, Inc has “Dollar Days” this week — most clothes are $1 — get your thrift on! Located at the corner of 6th and Garden in Hoboken.

    3. Midtown Authentic Mobile Boutique

    midtown authentic mobile truck

    You probably remember Midtown Authentic, which is a designer resale store that has had several Hoboken store fronts. Well now we are excited to say that Midtown Authentic’s owner, Rory Chadwick, has stayed hip to the trends and has revamped his business model into Hoboken’s very first resale on-the-go boutique truck! Chock full of Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Louboutin, David Yurman, and many other top designers, it’s a fun little shopping experience on wheels that you can find around town!

    And that, y’all, is a Thursday 3. Comin’ in at the buzzer!

    xo


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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.


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