A new soul food cafe offering a nice selection of fish and shrimp is awaiting official approval to open at 331 Main St. in Hackensack, near Berry Street, replacing Lavash City, a fast-casual Armenian restaurant that was one of my favorites.
|A sign on the window of a former coffee shop next to the Johnson Public Library on Main Street in Hackensack, near Camden Street, announces that El Tango Argentina Grill is "coming soon."|
Once a BYO, Casual Habana Cafe, the popular Cuban restaurant at 125 Main St. in Hackensack, near Atlantic Street, now has a liquor license, "because no great story started with someone eating a salad," according to a sign we saw on Tuesday.
If you're hooked on hookah and vaporizing, check out Pharao Vape Cafe at 260D Main St. in Hackensack, above and below.
There were no signs that Wondee's Fine Thai Food & Noodles at 296 Main St. in Hackensack, near Camden Street, is still open for business.
The Record's one and only review of the restaurant -- from 1998 -- was in the window.
So far, these apartments overlooking the Atlantic Street Park in Hackensack are the only ones that have been completed.
A gutted Main Street bank building, which is being turned into luxury apartments and penthouses, as seen from State Street, where work continues to return the street to two-way traffic.