When you walk into Hoboken’s cozy, tucked away The Little Grocery , you feel like you’ve walked into a little piece of Paris. The New York Times writes of the tiny café/ grocery: “Buttery brioche French toast, quiche and cassoulet are among the comforting dishes that the owner, Neamet Elsayed, prepares for breakfast, lunch and dinner.”
And that’s not just lip-service. Mr. Elsayed, former owner of Baladi Restaurant in Montclair, was named one of the state’s best new chefs by Zagat in 2000. Visit them at 214 Jefferson Street for a sandwich or meal made with the finest ingredients picked with great care by Mr. Elsayed and his wife/co-owner Peggy. Or, pop in for your choice of fine cheeses, deli meats, tasty salads, world Coffee & Tea, Specialty imports and Baked goods. And LoyalBlocks members, take advantage of a free drink when you purchase a sandwich there between 3-5 PM. Bon Apetit!
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