Porter Collins Restaurant – Closed!

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1426 Willow Avenue, Hoboken, NJ 07030


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*** This restaurant was confirmed permanently closed on 9/7/2017 ***
For more details on this closing please here.

Chef Anthony and Liz Pino, owners/founders of Pino Hospitality, are pleased to announce their newest restaurant project, Porter Collins, slated to open early 2017 at 1426 Willow Avenue (at 15th Street) in the rapidly burgeoning uptown area of Hoboken, New Jersey. This will be the Pinos’ third restaurant in Hoboken, in addition to their critically acclaimed Anthony David’s and Bin 14.

Porter Collins will offer inventive American cuisine in an expansive, stylish, mid-century modern space. A spacious dining area will be flanked by two cocktail bars, a raw bar, and a private event space and a kitchen featuring a wood-burning oven. Lunch and dinner will be served daily, with brunch on the weekends and a late night menu as well. Porter Collins will feature old-school amenities like table-side cocktail service, lending an easy elegance to a restaurant meant for everyday accessibility. Regular live music will energize a convivial, uptown atmosphere.

Pricey - $36 - $60,



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  1. Porter Collins: Hoboken’s Newest Restaurant
    Porter Collins: Hoboken’s Newest Restaurant
    March 14, 2017 at 1:03 am

    […] much-anticipated opening of Porter Collins (1426 Willow Ave.) is nearly a reality, with the uptown cocktail lounge and restaurant on […]

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