Intriguing Restaurants in Hackensack

One of the best ways to get a feel for the revitalized downtown? Dining out.

Noches De Colombia is known for ample portions and authentic Colombian food. Photo by Joe Polillio

In a city with an eclectic variety of cuisines, some of the most intriguing restaurant choices in Hackensack are on or just off a fast-changing Main Street.

Casual Habana Cafe

Cuban fare and tropical cocktails in a smart setting. The front window opens fully, giving the feel of outdoor dining.
125 Main Street; 


Lively Argentinian steak house with tent seating in rear.
10 Sussex Street; 201-880-7941

El Turco Grill

A cozy spot for Turkish specialties, including kebabs and okra stew.
270 Main Street; 201-880-7450

Lido Restaurant

Old-school, wood-paneled mainstay known for thin-crust pizza and sliced steak sandwiches.
701 Main Street; 

Noches de Colombia

Part of tristate chain known for large portions and authentic Colombian fare. Ample sidewalk seating.
382 Main Street; 201-880-8400

Paula’s Soul Food Cafe

Short ribs, chicken wings, fried fish, plus all the sides. Counter service.
331 Main Street; 201-880-6888

Pho Saigon

Traditional southern Vietnamese cuisine.
296 Main Street; 201-342-3490

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