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It will be plenty of food for each of you, and you won't put too much of a dent in your wallet.
The apple strudel is a flaky delight, and even if the date goes south, at least you learned what a raspberry "quark ball" is.
Nearly 200 machines dating back to the '50s await you, as do a few dozen old-school arcade games.
And if you like your companion enough, make a little wager: "if you win, I'll buy you dinner One can imagine how many first dates must take place in Hoboken every day -- the city is overflowing with young, single professionals ready to spend their lucrative paychecks.
But Cibo e Vino, just off Cookman, serves its fare in "cicchetti" small plate smile.Cork City If you and your date share an affinity for brews, check out Cork City in Hoboken, a block off bustling Washington Street.Hudson River Waterfront Walkway The old, "let's go for a walk" idea takes new life on the Hudson River Waterfront Walkway, a man-made island and small park with a reach-out-and-touch-it view of the Manhattan skyline.Luckily, romance can blossom on this side of the Hudson, too.
Porta This industrial-chic spot is popular in Jersey City (and Asbury Park) for its neapolitan-style pizzas and cocktails, as well as a trendy rooftop bar, which also offers food.
She is classy, educated, and has a very strong sex appeal to men, especially because she is so preserved and doesn’t reveal much—we want more!