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Zero Otto Uno in Hoboken Has Closed: What We Know

by Danielle Farina
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Hoboken may have a lot of pizza joints (roughly two dozen as of 2022, for those wondering), but locals know good and well that no two pizza shops are the same. In 2018, a BYOB Italian cafe by the name of Zero Otto Uno brought Neapolitan-style pizza to the Mile Square, serving up 16 different pizza options in its Neapolitan oven at 502 Washington Street. We’re sad to report, however, that five years later Zero Otto Uno has closed its Hoboken location, and instead is moving to Ho-Ho-Kus, NJ and rebranding to 081 Cafe (the English translation of Zero Otto Uno). Read on for what we know about Zero Otto Uno’s closure in Hoboken. 

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The Details

On August 30th, a Hoboken resident took to our Hoboken Girl Insiders Facebook group to share a peculiar experience at Zero Otto Uno. The post read: “Hey! Does anyone know why they are closed/what happened to Zero Otto Uno in Hoboken? I had made a dinner reservation last week for last night (8/29) and when we showed up it was closed entirely. Online listed them open and I messaged and called them with no reply. Please let me know of any info! It’s one of my fav spots and i hope they weren’t shut down or something!”

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Nearly 21 Hoboken residents chimed in, sharing additional information and disappointment in the comments — one member said they were told Zero Otto Uno is permanently closed, and others hoped the eatery’s team was just on a summer break. The Hoboken Girl reached out to Zero Otto Uno for confirmation but received no response.

Then, another resident shared that Zero Otto Uno confirmed via Instagram DM that the cafe is permanently closed, and has relocated to Ho-Ho-Kus, NJ under the name 081 Cafe. Per Google, 081 Cafe is now open at its 604 N Maple Avenue location, serving a similar menu of wood-fired pizza and classic Italian dishes. You can check out the menu here.

Per its website, online ordering at Zero Otto Uno is temporarily paused, but Google continues to display the Italian eatery as open, despite its closure.

Zero Otto Uno quickly rose to local favorite status for its expansive (we’re talking 16 different options) selection of Neapolitan-style pizzas, abundant pasta offerings, and seafood dishes. The exterior was marked by its trademark red awning and bustling outdoor dining setup.

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As of now, it’s unclear what will come in Zero Otto Uno’s place — but as always, we’ll update readers as details unfold. In the meantime, you can satisfy your pizza fix at one of these Hoboken eateries (yes, our list is organized by craving).

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