Hoboken Bakery Closes After 43 Years; Other Dining News

Plus: An omakase spot has expanded to Leonia, while Montclair is getting a taste of Nashville-style spicy chicken.

Dom's Bakery in Hoboken
Dom's Bakery in Hoboken closed after its owners announced their retirement. Photo courtesy of Dom's Bakery

Restaurant Closings:

Dom’s Bakery Grand, Hoboken

This family-run operation has closed its doors after 43 years of business. Dom and Flo Castelitto, the owners since 1979, announced their retirement before enjoying one last weekend of bread making. Patrons commented on Facebook, thanking the couple for all the delicious treats and for being a mainstay of the Hoboken community.
506 Grand Street, Hoboken

Restaurant Openings:

Shumi, Leonia

This omakase spot is expanding to Leonia after opening in Ridgewood in 2017. Complete with an omakase room that can seat eight guests, the restaurant focuses on serving fresh sushi and fish imported from Japan. There is an 18-seat sushi bar, a 42-seat dining room and a full menu of hot and cold dishes. BYO.
354 Broad Avenue, Leonia; 201-272-6577

Rooster’s Nashville Hot Chicken, Montclair

This Nashville-style spot debuted spicy chicken with five levels of heat: naked, mild, medium, hot and on-fire. Options include tenders, sliders and chicken with waffles. Sides include mac and cheese, loaded fries and cole slaw. Online ordering and delivery are available.
369 Bloomfield Avenue, Montclair; 973-337-8204

PrimoHoagies, Allendale

Joining more than 20 other Jersey locations, PrimoHoagies in Allendale will offer free hoagies to the first 100 customers on opening day, February 14, according to owner Jeff Beaudette. The sandwich shop offers hot and cold hoagies, cheesesteaks, wraps, salads, fresh-baked cookies and more.
57 West Allendale Avenue, Allendale; 856-742-1999

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