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Another vote for McNulty's. Options galore. Beautiful store. Nice owners.
Right off the christopher path stop. Mail delivery is an option.

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so can one go into Kobrick on Marin and get like a retail sized bag of coffee?


Yes, but the time I did it I found it expensive and not impressive.

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I've been home roasting for several years and I'd go to Legal Grounds when I'd fall behind and needed roasted beans in a pinch. They sell by weight which is good, however, the quality of their beans is extremely hit or miss. I'm not sure if it's how they store them, but I've had several batches that have been nearly undrinkable.

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Legal Grounds on Grand St. has an array of beans they ground for sale.

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Sprove on Columbus has several barrels of beans laid out, ala Whole Foods. They also have a ton of pre-packaged ones of top notch brands.

Also, Beechwood sells by the weight, and it is pretty good typically.

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so can one go into Kobrick on Marin and get like a retail sized bag of coffee? I assumed they were wholesale, but now I'm thinking I was wrong.

If not Froth on Franklin Espresso Bar up in the Heights uses Kobrick perhaps he can sell you some of their ground roasted beans.

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so can one go into Kobrick on Marin and get like a retail sized bag of coffee? I assumed they were wholesale, but now I'm thinking I was wrong.

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yes, they'll grind what ever you want, how ever much you would like while you wait. even though an industrial environment, its good.

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Kobrick Coffee on Marin, just before Observer heading into Hoboken has really nice stuff. My neighbor picks it up pretty often, although I've never made it there. I believe they roast on site.

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I just moved from Manhattan (was also grabbing my beans on Bleecker) and have started using Empire Cofee and Tea Company in Hoboken on Bloomfield and 4th. Solid spot.

WOW! this looks fabulous! Thanks much!


+1 for Empire. the owner, Abbe Rivers, is a longtime member of the Hoboken music scene, and the regular chair-dwellers are a fun and friendly bunch.

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Not in JC I know, but there is an excellent coffee and tea store very close to the Christopher St. Path station called McNulty's. They have an excellent variety of both coffees and teas at reasonable prices.


Thanks, I have considered this place, but I stopped taking the 33rd street PATH like 2 years ago..

I hate that line. I only use WTC & (Hoboken Path only when I have to). Also visiting this spot means traveling with a huge knapsack into the city which I am trying to avoid. I can never run into the city just to get one thing... for some reason I always return with several shopping bags and a knapsack which sucks when you have to take the lightrail after the path.

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Not in JC I know, but there is an excellent coffee and tea store very close to the Christopher St. Path station called McNulty's. They have an excellent variety of both coffees and teas at reasonable prices.

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Yes, Legal Grounds is open again, after the flooding. They roast on-site in a very small roaster in the back.

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Try Legal Grounds on Grand St - http://www.yelp.com/biz/legal-grounds-coffee-company-jersey-city

Most whole beans are around $10/lb - some more, some less.


Is this place still open? I tried calling but never can get through....

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Kobrick Coffee on Marin, just before Observer heading into Hoboken has really nice stuff. My neighbor picks it up pretty often, although I've never made it there. I believe they roast on site.


Nice, this also looks promising.. a little more $ than PR, but much better packaging. I will give it a try. Thank you!!!!

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I just moved from Manhattan (was also grabbing my beans on Bleecker) and have started using Empire Cofee and Tea Company in Hoboken on Bloomfield and 4th. Solid spot.

WOW! this looks fabulous! Thanks much!

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I just found something down on Exchange Place, but their reviews don't look promising.

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Try Legal Grounds on Grand St - http://www.yelp.com/biz/legal-grounds-coffee-company-jersey-city

Most whole beans are around $10/lb - some more, some less.


Is this place still open? I tried calling but never can get through....

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Try Legal Grounds on Grand St - http://www.yelp.com/biz/legal-grounds-coffee-company-jersey-city

Most whole beans are around $10/lb - some more, some less.

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Kobrick Coffee on Marin, just before Observer heading into Hoboken has really nice stuff. My neighbor picks it up pretty often, although I've never made it there. I believe they roast on site.

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I just moved from Manhattan (was also grabbing my beans on Bleecker) and have started using Empire Cofee and Tea Company in Hoboken on Bloomfield and 4th. Solid spot.

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Looking for a place that has coffee beans either in JC, Bayonne or Hoboken.

I prefer to buy the beans by the pound, I normally buy my beans on Delancey or Bleecker street in NYC which not always the best when you buy 10-15 lbs a month (Yes we drink lots of coffee in our house) I was hoping to find something I can ride my bike to or even take the lightrail.

Thanks!


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