We all knew it already, but now it's official: Hoboken is one of the best places to live.
In a new NJ TV television show, Daily News Editor Jason Sheftell takes a tour through the Mile Square, visiting places like Elysian Cafe, Truglios, the Hoboken Historical Museum and Madison Bar and Grill.
He also takes a tour through the Hoboken Terminal, admiring the historic building with explanations from NJ Transit Representative Alan Krantz.
"This is really a world class historic structure," marveled Sheftell during his tour through the station.
Walking throught own, Sheftell dropped by Truglios meat market.
"This is like a time capsule!" Sheftell said. The interior of the meatshop is virtually unchanged since 1952.
"Every great neighborhood," Sheftell said, "deserves a Truglios."
On his walking tour through town, Sheftell looked for some amazing brownstones and dropped by Elysian Cafe. Owner Eugene Flinn, who also owns Amanda's, told Sheftell that Elysian was built in 1895 with the purpose of being a bar. It has functioned as such since then.
If you're interested in the video, take a look here.