We’re big fans of the W Hoboken. And it’s hard not to be – it beautifully makes up Hoboken’s downtown waterfront. Plus it’s our only hotel.
The W has been around nearly 10 years, and it was a matter of time before some of its dining options started to get spruced up.
Enter Halifax Hoboken – a new restaurant by Chef Seadon Shouse. They describe themselves as featuring “North-Eastern farm and coastal cuisine, with an emphasis on local and sustainable ingredients.”
The majority of their food, if not made in house, “comes from famers, fisherman, and artisans from Delaware north to Halifax – the capitol of Nova Scotia. Their beverage program also includes a selection of spirits, wines, and beers from local, reputable producers.”
What really excites Hoboken, Inc. is how seriously Halifax takes doing things locally. Their website already lists their food providers – many from the area:
What’s even cooler is that their bar is made from local craftsmen – Recycled Brooklyn to be exact:
— Halifax (@Halifax_Hoboken) May 18, 2016
Their inside space looks beautiful:
We love seeing business owners re-invest in their product to better cater to their clientele. Let’s welcome Halifax to Hoboken.