From: Off the Wall Chinese Cuisine in Hoboken, NJ
I think we can all enjoy a good five dollar lunch deal from time to time. Everyday from 11 AM to 4 PM it’s all about the customer. First, you choose the dish itself (General Tso’s is always a must.) Second, you choose what type of rice you want (of course it should be pork fried.) Just when you thought you had no more options, you have to select the soup (Wonton all the way!)
From: Mamoun’s Falafel in Hoboken, NJ
This is their classic falafel and hummus pita sandwich, but anything from this place is good and extremely affordable. I love mixing it up with grilled chicken instead of falafel and it gives it that extra dose of protein action.
From: Anthony David’s Gourmet Specialties in Hoboken, NJ
This weekend I finally got to try Anthony David’s in Hoboken. It is always packed for brunch, and now I know everyone must have been eating the prosciutto panini. It had (prosciutto of course) with taleggio cheese, oven dried tomatos, and arugula.
From: Green Rock Tap & Grill in Hoboken, NJ
If you have gone to Green Rock’s Happy Hour on Thursday, you know you can get buy one get one appetizers. I always load up on their buffalo wings and chicken quesadillas. So good, and such a good value.
From: Marty O’Brien’s in Hoboken, NJ
I am a quesadilla fanatic so I am also very picky when it comes to this food item. I need the tortilla shell to be slightly crisped, the cheese to be oozing out of the shell, and the meat to be fresh. On that note, the pulled pork quesadilla from their bar menu is worth a try.
From: Little Town NJ in Hoboken, NJ
Okay. This dish isn’t actually called the Lobster Mac Daddy and Cheese, but I couldn’t help it. Just like I couldn’t help digging into this mound of happiness.
From: You Guessed It.. Fiore’s Deli in Hoboken, NJ
Thursdays and Saturdays you can get the roast beef special, topped with fresh mutz on a crusty Italian hero dipped in a vat of gravy. Yes.. a vat!