Cafe Maman, a New York-based cafe, announces opening date for JC Location

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Popular New York-based French cafe and bakery, Maman, is making its way to Jersey City. A large storefront at 70 Hudson Street has been secured and renovations are underway. The cafe has locations in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Montreal, Toronto and now Jersey City. Read on to find out when the opening date will be.

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About Mom

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Founded in 2014 as a “Soho loft cafe” by Benjamin Sormonte and Elisa Marshall, Maman has quickly become a local favorite for parents, business people and everyone in between. Its versatile design, products and overall vibe come together to create the Mom experience.

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Patrons know and love the rustic decor and comfort food inspired by family traditions, a nod to the mothers of the founders of southern France and North America. Hence the name Maman, which translates to “mother” in French.

The menu

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In true cafe style, Maman offers a selection of baked goods, coffee, juices, teas, fresh breakfast and lunch options including bowls, platters and parfaits, as well a seated lunch including soups, a weekend brunch and a full bar. at selected locations. A kids’ menu is also available and features classics like grilled cheese, PB+J, and breakfast potatoes.

The menu offers a variety of farmhouse salads, quiches, sandwiches and pastries + sweets. Cafe regulars recommend the Nutty Chocolate Chip Cookie, named one of Oprah’s “Favorite Things” for 2017, and one of New York’s Best Chocolate Chip Cookies. NY Magazine.

Maman is also known to be a popular event space and catering provider.

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The other Manman locations are open seven days a week, so the new Jersey City outpost may follow the same schedule.

The official opening date for the Jersey City cafe is February 14, 2022 – Valentine’s Day.

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Written by: Victoria Marie Moyeno

Victoria is HG’s associate editor and social media coordinator for the Hoboken Historical Museum + Fire Department Museum. She is also a board member of the LUPE Fund, a non-profit organization created by Latinas for Latinas. Victoria is a fourth generation hailing from Hoboken, BNR in Mile Square and Jersey City. Playing softball in town for fourteen years, playing trumpet for the Hoboken High School Redwings Band, and graduating from New Jersey City University, these two towns hold a special place in his heart. When she’s not a styling assistant or a volunteer at the Symposia bookstore, she explores all that the concrete jungle has to offer. You can see her at art shows, trying new restaurants, traveling, diving into a new book, saving money, or indulging in some form of arts and crafts.

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