What You'll Get
Before inventing the café, Parisians made street urchins stand still for hours at a time while their beret tops served as plates and saucers for pastries and coffee. Put your midmorning meal in an accommodating place with today's deal: For $5, you get $10 worth of café fare, coffee, tea, and more at The Little Grocery, nestled between 2nd and 3rd streets on Jefferson in Hoboken. You can also use your Groupon toward the private buffet ($19.95 per person) if you have a party of six or more and a reservation.
The Little Grocery delivers delightful coffee-shop cuisine with a menu that straddles the Greenwich median between Old World delectables and classic comfort food. Breakfast bites include locally baked Balthazar pastries, Hoboken bagels, and delectable yogurt muffins, as well as eggy delights. The uber-popular egg sandwich ($3.25–$4.50) is served on multigrain bread, sandwich roll, croissant, or bagel. Store up enough energy to hibernate through nuclear winter with the Big Breakfast, a belt-busting cornucopia of brioche french toast, one of seven gourmet omelettes, and a side of ham, bacon, or sausage ($7.50). During lunch, ingest a hearty deli sandwich ($7.50), panini ($6.75), or homemade salad, quiche, or European-style dessert. Herbivores can nibble the roasted veggie sandwich with hummus, avocado, and cucumber, while globetrotters can take a pleasure cruise aboard the Croque Monsieur (ham, swiss, dijon), Genoa (Genoa salami, asiago, sun-dried tomatoes), and Cubano (pork tenderloin, ham, swiss, pickles) paninis.
Due to The Little Grocery's compact proportions, it caters mainly to the take-out crowd, though seating is available. In the sunny season, eager eaters nab one of the patio tables in front of the cheery, red-trimmed café to supplement their petit déjeuner with a dose of vitamin D. With its cozy, intimate bistro vibe, The Little Grocery is the perfect place to enjoy an early morning cup of organic, locally roasted Kobricks coffee before clocking in at the novelty-wig factory.
- The owner of the store is so helpful and friendly. It is a great little cafe. – New Mom, Kannekt
- I have had many meals from the Little Grocery as the food is always the best quality, everything tastes homemade and Neamat, the owner, is so customer focused and friendly. – Happy Customer, Kannekt
- The freshly made dishes in the case always look superb and taste even better. The quiches (artichoke stands strong as my favorite), phyllo pastries and bread puddings are all top notch. – Kristy S., Yelp
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 24, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may purchase up to 2 additional as gifts. Tax and gratuity not included. No cash value or credit back. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.