New York City



Italian, Authentic, Wine



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1036 Washington St, Hoboken, NJ 07030, USA

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"Welcome to Sorellina! We are an Italian Kitchen & Wine Bar located on the historic Washington Street in the heart of Hoboken. Our mission is to provide first class hospitality while celebrating Italy’s vibrant culinary culture through food and wine.

Sorellina, which means “little sister” in Italian, was created as a tribute to my lively Italian heritage and intimate family upbringing. As a “sorellina” myself, I learned at a young age that lots of love, great food and good wine is the heart of the Italian home!

Executive Chef Jan T. Christie combines creativity and simplicity in a seasonally inspired menu designed for sharing. We focus on locally sourced ingredients to serve up modern twists on classic Italian dishes.

Our newly renovated space blends rustic charm with contemporary flair, creating a warm and welcoming environment. The original 25ft bar from the 1930's remains the anchor of the restaurant, where we are proud to offer an exclusively Italian wine list, an assortment of Italian craft beers, and signature cocktails.

Sorellina encourages a vibrant and social atmosphere where guests can meet, share and enjoy! Come with an appetite and relish in the atmosphere! "

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We ordered the the lamb fettuccine and the Cacio d Pepe and I would definitely recommend the Caico d Pepe! It was delicious. The lamb was a little on the heavy side just because it is lamb but also very delicious. Atmosphere was calm and a great place to take a date. Overall great experience, would definitely come again!



The vibe was relaxed but classy. Evening lighting but still bright enough to see one another and the menus. We had bottles of Aglianico, a red wine, and that was good. For apps we tried the roasted carrots, which were served with a slightly sour creme fresh and I loved it. We also tried Nonna's meatballs and the rice balls. Both were solid choices. The tomato sauce on each was fresh and floral. There were complementary crostini with honey ricotta, and those were great for cleaning the palate ahead of the mains. Others ordered the bronzini, the chicken, and several pastas. Everyone enjoyed it. All pasta was home made so I tried the cacio e pepe pasta dish with roasted pork. It was simple and flavorful. Overall, this was not the absolute best Italian I've ever had, but I will definitely be back for both the food and the service.



Always a great atmosphere for a cocktail or nice glass of wine. Homemade pasta is by far the best in town with a creative menu that changes seasonally.

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