• Wok to Walk Has Closed in Hoboken

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    We’re sad to report yet another store closing in Hoboken — Wok to Walk, located at 91 Washington Street, has closed its doors on August 31st after being open only nearly a year in the Mile Square. The chain stir-fry joint just opened last July {2017} in downtown Hoboken and had a ton of mixed reviews, according to Yelp. Not to mention, it was literally a block away from a town favorite {but also a chain}, Honeygrow, which almost has the same concept in terms of stir-fry to-go. Read on to see what we enjoyed about Wok to Walk, {which still has several locations in NYC if you were a fan}:

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    ^The note left on the door of Wok to Walk

    The menu is predominately Chinese food with customizable items. Think lo mein, rice noodle base, or rice + veggies, meats, and sauces {teriyaki, black bean, the works}. Prices range from $8-15, depending on the add-ons — but plenty of options for both vegetarians and meat-lovers.

    Wok to Walk definitely had a fast-food-type feel, but was a great option for when you’re coming home from the PATH and need a quick bite {and are craving some savory eats}. One of our favorite orders was the glass noodles, tofu, button mushrooms, baby corn, fried onions and Tokyo sauce — and it was yum. 

    The wokists {YES, they’re literally called that} blaze fire right in front of you as they’re making your food.

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    ^The crowd during the soft opening last summer

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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.