Starbucks Coffee Shop In Uptown Hoboken Closes Temporarily

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HOBOKEN, NJ — The uptown Hoboken Starbucks in the Shipyard development — a favorite place for comedian Artie Lange to grab his caramel macchiato — has been temporarily closed since Saturday, with signs posted saying, "We are working to re-open our store as quickly as possible."

The store was dark Sunday and Monday. On Monday evening, their website mysteriously said they'd be open from 12:15 to 12:30 a.m., then be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. again for the rest of the week. Their phone line rang on Monday with no answer.

(UPDATE: On Tuesday, their site only listed regular hours starting this coming Friday, New Year's Eve.)

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Patch has reached out to a Starbucks spokesperson for more information. Last year, when the store temporarily reduced its hours, the company said this was due to COVID precautions and related matters.

Meanwhile, there are two other Starbucks stores in Hoboken, at 314 Washington St. and at 51 Newark St. Hoboken also has dozens of small coffee shops, including a pop-up run by two female baristas a block north of Starbucks in the Hoboken Historical Museum alcove.

Will Starbucks reopen Tuesday? The post will be updated if we receive information. In the meantime, post your favorite local Hoboken coffee shop or drink below!

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