Isn’t it beautiful to explore picturesque streets, offering old heritage mixed with modern charm? There are all kinds of treasures along the way: be it a local bookstore, the fresh smell of coffee, authentic Irish pubs, or delicious food and dessert to keep you satisfied. Luckily one doesn’t need to travel too far to experience this – because Hoboken truly has it all.
We’re excited to continue with our latest Street Series. Read along to learn more about the hidden spots to visit along Bloomfield Street in Hoboken. We’ll take you from downtown to uptown and share all the local businesses and sights to see.
Downtown Bloomfield | Newark Street – 4th Street
McSwiggan’s Pub | 110 1st Street
On the corner of 1st and Bloomfield Streets, McSwiggan’s has the atmosphere of a traditional Irish pub and transforms into a nightspot during the weekends.
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Little City Books | 100 Bloomfield Street
Reading is to the mind, what exercise is to the body, and there is no better way to find a good book than walking into your local bookstore and being greeted by the friendly staff. Little City Books has a wide collection of reads to explore, and with the two locations in town, spending a relaxing weekend just got a whole lot easier!
Lucas Dental Associates | 232 Bloomfield Street
The team of doctors is led by Dr. Robin Lucas and Dr. Neha Patel. The office provides routine cleanings, Invisalign, veneers, oral cancer screenings, and more. The team carefully crafts a treatment plan that incorporates dental procedures that best meet your needs.
Sri Thai | 234 Bloomfield Street
The food and restaurant scene in Hoboken is diverse and delicious. Sri Thai serves up some amazing items in a cozy dining environment. It is also a BYOB spot so be sure to grab a couple of beers on your way in.
Cork City Pub | 239 Bloomfield Street
“A beer-lover’s paradise” is an appropriate way to describe the vibe at Cork City. It is a great place to kick back, relax and enjoy the summer with your friends and pup (yes, it’s dog-friendly). Try one of the over 50 varieties of beer on the menu.
Hoboken Homeless Shelter | 300 Bloomfield Street
We’d be remiss not to mention the Hoboken Shelter which is located at 300 Bloomfield Street. It’s open 9AM-9PM daily for locals in need, and it graciously accepts donations of food, clothing, and more. More info on how to help here.
Empire Coffee & Tea | 338 Bloomfield Street
Walking into Empire Coffee wakes visitors up with its vibrant green decor and the fresh smell of coffee beans. It’s one of the neighborhood’s most frequented cafes. Locals can shop from a variety of coffee beans selection while ordering a delicious cup of Joe, either hot and iced.
Pump Pilates rePurposed | 401 Bloomfield Street
This Pilates studio is small, intimate, and awesome. It isn’t just another pilates mat class: with a max of six people per class, you’ll get a ton of individual attention and learn to perfect your form. Prepare to strengthen, lengthen and tone every inch of that body.
Up & Out Blowout Bar | 341 Bloomfield Street
As one of the first blowout bars in Hoboken, Up & Out is a great spot to treat yourself or book a group session with all your girlfriends. Owner Niki and her team are brilliant at their craft and will leave you feeling gorgeous and pampered.
Midtown Bloomfield | 5th Street – 9th Street
Cafe Michelina | 423 Bloomfield Street
One of the most beautiful moments is experiencing a transfer of culture and flavors through food, and Cafe Michelina brings the true feel of Italy to Hoboken. This family-owned restaurant is run by father and son duo, Pietro and Salvatore Vicari. Everything on the menu is fresh and homemade. The daily specials, such as Stuffed Rigatoni in Vodka sauce, are a real crowd-pleaser.
Field Colony | 1001 Bloomfield Street
Field Colony is an art school and gallery in the middle of town. Visitors to the gallery can take private classes in different media including painting, live drawing, Adobe Illustrator, and more. To follow Field Colony’s latest projects and offerings, follow the gallery on Instagram or check out its website.
Uptown Bloomfield | 10th Street – 14th Street
Anthony David’s | 953 Bloomfield Street
Authentic Italian food, perfectly colored cocktails, upbeat brunch vibes, and delectable dessert options make this spot a true Hoboken gem. Be sure to make reservations in advance and enjoy the fun atmosphere, both indoor and outdoor.
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Cook Ease Catering | 1101 Bloomfield Street
There is no greater joy than eating good food, except learning to cook it, too. If you’re ready to wear your Masterchef hat this season, then taking a private or group cooking class at Cook Ease might be the right way to go about it. Chef Marla Mendelsohn’s experience, talent, attention to detail make the entire experience one to remember!
City of Saints Coffee | 1320 Bloomfield Street
With branches in New York City and Brooklyn, this coffee shop is a must-visit for its carefully sourced coffee. It creates a setting that celebrates the Hoboken atmosphere.
Urban Coalhouse | 116 14th Street
Dive into generations-old dishes crafted from authentic recipes baked in an 800° degree coal-fired oven. Urban Coalhouse uses fresh ingredients in its signature menu. Pro-tip: order the Don Gregorio pie.