Steven’s Cafe Opens Second Location; Other Dining News

Plus: A new Indian restaurant introduces itself to Carteret, while a South Jersey diner shuts its doors after 60 years.

Steven's Cafe
Steven's Cafe has opened its second location, bringing breakfast, cold brew and more to Rutherford. Courtesy of Steven’s Cafe

Restaurant Openings:

Steven’s Café, Rutherford

This coffee shop from Weehawken opened its second New Jersey location in Rutherford in early December. The menu includes breakfast, sandwiches, açaí bowls, bakery goods and more. Chai tea, juices, cappuccinos, matcha lattes and an assortment of cold brews and hot coffees are also available. Open daily from 6 am-8 pm. Closed Mondays.
106 Park Avenue, Rutherford; 347-863-0137

Famous Dhaba, Carteret

This casual Indian restaurant announced its opening in early 2020, but due to the pandemic was unable to fully operate until recently. In early December 2021, Famous Dhaba hosted its official grand opening. The menu includes breakfast dishes, samosas, chicken tikka, butter chicken and other Indian favorites. Open daily at 10 am. Closed Tuesdays.
1293 Roosevelt Avenue #101, Carteret; 732-352-0628

Pour Amor, Hoboken

In late summer 2021, this new café announced it would be coming to Hoboken in the new year. The menu will include specialty coffee drinks with each batch of coffee roasted to order. Pour Amor is being opened by Nico Aronson and Massimo Aronson. Massimo is also the owner of Bagels on the Hudson, the only 24-hour bagel shop in Hoboken.
123 Washington Street, Hoboken

Restaurant Closings:

Mastoris Diner & Restaurant, Bordentown

After more than 60 years of operating, this beloved South Jersey diner is closing its doors. The Foggia Restaurant Group LLC bought the diner in 2020, shortly before the pandemic. Due to supply issues and other complications from the Covid-19 pandemic, the group decided it was time to close for good.
144 US-130, Bordentown

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