Hoboken restaurants will get the biggest boost in the city’s dining calendar with the opening of an El Paso restaurant.
The El Pasos in Hobos Point, Hoboken, and on the waterfront will be open at 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., and the rest of the city will get a few extra hours of dining.
The first of these two restaurants, El Pasas, opened last week.
“We’re going to have a lot of people there who will come out and try the food, the ambiance, the service,” Hoboken Mayor Derek Schenire said.
“That’s the key to a great dining experience.
And this will be our first El Pasó in Hobo.””
This is a great opportunity to give the neighborhood some great food in Hobokern and it’s going to be a lot more affordable than anything else in the state,” said Hoboken City Manager Tom Smith.
The restaurants will be located at the corner of Elm Street and Elm Street, near the Hoboken Plaza, in the neighborhood of Hoboken.
Hoboken is one of New Jersey’s busiest food markets, with more than 2,000 restaurants, restaurants supply stores, and retail shops catering to a growing population.
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