Looking Ahead: Porter Collins Coming to Hoboken

Anthony and Liz Pino owners/founders of Pino Hospitality will be opening Porter Collins in the late summer at 1426 Willow Avenue, Hoboken. This will be the Pinos’ third restaurant in Hoboken joining Anthony David’s and Bin 14.

Porter Collins will offer inventive American cuisine in an expansive, stylish, mid-century modern space that seats 180. A spacious dining area will be flanked by two cocktail bars, a raw bar, private event space and a kitchen featuring a wood-burning oven. Lunch and dinner will be served daily with brunch on the weekends and a late night menu as well. Porter Collins will feature old–school amenities like table-side cocktail service and live music.

 

OTHER NJ RESTAURANT OPENINGS

The Alementary Brewing Co, a brewery and tasting room, has opened at 58 Voorhis Lane, Hackensack (201-968-1290) featuring a rotating collection on eight taps.

Koy Turkish Grill, 280 Rt 9 North & Union Hill Road, (732-955-6449); BYO. There is also a location in East Brunswick.

Nina’s Waffles & Ice Cream of Princeton, a Belgium waffle shop, which offers more than 100 flavors of handcrafted ice creams and sweet and savory waffles, has opened at 252 Nassau Street, Princeton.

Prost Bar & Restaurant, 1638 Schlosser Street, Fort Lee (201-461-1600).

 Sfizio Pizza, 1030 Rt 206, Bordentown (609-291-0303); BYO.

 

CLOSINGS
Desi’s,
North Caldwell has closed and will be reopening under a new name and menu.

Martini’s Bistro & Bar, Millburn is closed. Telephone message states that they are closed for renovations and will reopen “March 28.”

Nancy’s Sweet Shoppe, featuring specialty chocolates, Hoboken

Scallopini’s, Whippany

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