We introduce the best tasting coffee and premium grade quality tea. The flavor can be enhanced with our house made syrups such as our most popular toasted almond. As always, each art of the cup is finished to your liking. With over 25 espresso based drinks and over 25 tea beverages, your craving will sure to be satisfied. W
Named after the initials of owner Cosimo Noto's wife and daughters, Three A's Olde Bar & Grill welcomes family and new friends with an upscale pub menu that combines Italian specialties with comfort-food classics. Chefs craft authentic vodka sauce to blanket pillows of the house-specialty lobster ravioli ($14) or toss with green peas, fresh shallots, and basil in the rigatoni with scallops ($16). A sextet of traditional pizzas ($5−$8) are tossed daily, providing saucy slices of homemade pesto, shrimp, and olives in the pizza pesto ($8), or ham, chorizo, and mushrooms in the pizza Cosmo ($7), which is served neat instead of on the rocks. Porterhouse steaks ($22) char to order on the grill, coyly hiding their appetizing tan lines under the house-made mushroom gravy, and sauce takes center stage in 17 specialty martinis ($10) available at the full bar.
Hummus Bar, recently featured in the New York Times, tickles taste buds and fills tummies with delectable vegetarian or carnivorous Mediterranean fare. Parties of two or all-kazoo barbershop quartets adorn compartment plates with the veggie thai combo, grilled tofu topped with crisp peppers and onions. The Seniya platter unites poultry rivals chicken and turkey in an effort to make peace over a supportive chorus of onions and mushrooms. Pita bread and the choice of two sides, such as hummus or baba gannouj, accompany combo platters, as does a small, shareable falafel side, or a larger regular side, such as fried cauliflower, for parties of four.
Stacks Pancake House and Café offers early-rising breakfasteers and midday-rising lunchatoons a menu brimming with fluffy pancakes, double-decker sandwiches, and piping-hot cups of Joe. But Stacks’ dishes aren’t the usual diner mess; they are elegantly presented and often overflowing with fresh fruit. Peruse the list of more than 20 pancakes varieties and order a stack of Strawberry Fields (infused with farm fresh strawberries, $7.25) or Addiction (banana-mixed pancakes topped with melty chocolate chips, $7.25), or opt for oversized pancake wraps, which are named after Hoboken streets, such as the Hudson filled with scrambled eggs with home fries, melted cheddar, bacon, and salsa ($7.95). Those hankering for protein can chomp a flavorful omelette, such as the tomato-infused American ($6.95), paired with breakfast all-stars crispy bacon and toast. Stacks' talented team of batter-flippers also serves an array of hearty sandwiches, including corned beef on rye ($6.95) and Philly cheesesteaks ($7.25). Stacks' dining room, which has bare brick walls and high ceilings, makes diners feel at home with a blend of traditional and trendy decor.
OYO's delectable brand of organic frozen yogurt tickles taste buds and delights digestive tracts with a wallop of probiotics and live cultures. The five flavors—original tart, chocolate, green tea, pomegranate, and vanilla bean—make for a fat-free, low-calorie frozen dessert, providing that they are enjoyed in birthday-suit form. A trip to the bountiful toppings bar may add to the calorie count and price (servings are sold at $0.55 per ounce) but is sure to please non-minimalists' variegated palates. Organic fruit and wholesome dried toppings keep your frosty treat health conscious with strawberries, bananas, and sliced almonds, but a Gatsby-esque pinnacle of dessert decadence can be achieved through sprinklings of brownie bites, cookie dough, and M&Ms. In addition to promoting healthy snacking, OYO supports a healthy planet with sustainably harvested bamboo tables, recycled-paper countertops, and energy-efficient LED lighting. Do your duty to Mother Earth by relaxing in greeny splendor with a cup of chocolate fro-yo topped with sinful cheesecake bites, rainbow sprinkles, Butterfingers, and Raisin Bran.
Smart phones and cafes go well together—a hot drink and internet access are a natural match. However, a broken screen can ruin the fun. Mon Cheri Cafe and iPhone Repair neatly solves this problem, offering phone and tablet screen repair on premises and a full menu of delicious libations. As experts retool and replace LCD screens, cappuccinos and hot chocolate keep innards warm and melt snowmen who don’t know when to withdraw from hugs.