Hoboken Bars

Hoboken Bars (current)

Bars in BOLD are the most recent additions to Hoboken.





1 Republik
10th and Willow Bar and Grill

Baja Mexican Restaurant
Biggie’s Clam Bar
Bin 14
Black Bear
Brass Rail
Cadillac Cantina
Carpe Diem
City Bistro
Clinton Social Club
Cooper’s Union
Cork City
DC’s Tavern (dive bar)
East LA
Elysian Cafe
Farside Bar and Grill
Finnegan’s
Green Rock

Hotel Victor
Hudson Tavern
Leo’s Grandezvous

Lola’s
Louise & Jerry’s (dive bar – renovated late 2014)
Madison Bar & Grill
Maggie’s Place (dive bar)
Marty O’Brien’s Social Club
McCarthy’s Pub
McSwiggans
Mikie Squared
Mills Tavern
Moran’s
Mulligans
Nag’s Head
Northern Soul
Onieal’s
Pilsener Haus & Biergarten
Room 84
Scotland Yard
Shannon Lounge
Sky Lounge (Dubliner)
Sushi Lounge
Teak
Texas Arizona
The 8th Street Tavern

The Squeeze (strip club in Weehawken)
The Stewed Cow Saloon
Trinity
Turtle Club
West 5 Supper Club
Wicked Wolf Tavern
Willie McBride’s
Wilton House(dive bar)
Zack’s Oak Bar & Restaurant (renovated 2014)

Closed Hoboken Bars

3 Forty Grill (340 Grill)
Avenue Bistro & Bar (now Grimaldi’s Pizza)
Bahama Mamas
Bar None (now Room 84)
Buskers (now Marty’ Obrien’s)
Clam Broth House (Now Biggie’s Clam Bar)

Downtown Pub (now Jack’s Cabin)
Duffy’s (Now Cork City)
Four L’s (unoccupied as of spring 2015)
Frankie & Johnnie’s (now called Dino & Harry’s)
Goldhawk (now Turtle Club)
Gaslight (now The Stewed Cow Saloon)
Helmers (unoccupied as of spring 2015)
Hobson’s Choice (now Hotel Victor)
Kelly’s Pub (now Bin 14)
Liberty Bar & Restaurant (empty as of spring 2015)
Little Town New Jersey (will be House of ‘Que summer 2015)
Lounge 11 Bar & Restaurant (now West Five Supper Club)
LUA (became McLoone’s Pier House)
Mario’s Bar (dive bar)
Maxwell’s (the “original” gone, now under new modern ownership)
McCarthy’s Pub (now Cooper’s Union)
McMahon’s Brownstone Alehouse (dive bar)
Mile Square (now 1 Republik)
NINE (Now The Cuban)
O’Donoghues (now Little Town Social)
Oddfellows (now Cadillac Cantina)
Privee (now Hoboken Bar)
Quays (now Little Town NJ)
Quiet Woman (now Northern Soul)
Railhead Bar (under renovation – to become Phoenix Bar)
Rogo’s (now Finnegan’s)
Sammy’s Roadhouse (now Brasserie de Paris)
S Sullivan’s (Stinky Sullivan’s)

Ted & Jo’s (Now Johnny Pepperoni Pizza)
The Cage (now Havana)
The Melting Pot (supposed to become “World of Beer” in 2015)
Three A’s Olde Bar & Grill (sold in 2015, under new ownership, awaiting “transformation)
Tonic (awaiting a new tenant)
Village Pour House
West End Station (Became Sammy’s Roadhouse)
Whiskey Bar (now Mills Tavern)

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19 Comments on "Hoboken Bars"


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Stephaniecac
3 years 8 days ago

Hi, I’m looking for a nice upscale lounge like atmosphere. It’s my friends bachelorette party with 10 girls and I don’t know where to go. Any suggestions??? I want a mix of all the hot songs out. Please help 😕

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3 years 7 days ago

Kolo Klub?[quote comment=”216805″]Hi, I’m looking for a nice upscale lounge like atmosphere. It’s my friends bachelorette party with 10 girls and I don’t know where to go. Any suggestions??? I want a mix of all the hot songs out. Please help [/quote]

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SoulSoldSeparately
3 years 5 months ago

Can anyone think of an establishment in Hoboken that would allow 4 people to play Scrabble (assuming, of course, that we make purchases) ?

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wfs4
3 years 5 months ago

most bars wouldn’t mind, as long as you do it when they’re ‘quiet’. Many bars at peak time, remove the tables & chairs.

I’d suggest either the Nags head on 1st St, or the Shannon, which already has a games night on Mondays.

From he Shannon web site:

GAME NIGHT!
Mondaze = Game Night! Catch MNF, NHL, MLB games on 26 TVs while you play classic board Games, card Games, mind games & bar games.

(as a disclaimer – I drink at both bars)[quote comment=”214760″]Can anyone think of an establishment in Hoboken that would allow 4 people to play Scrabble (assuming, of course, that we make purchases) ?[/quote]

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HomeTeam
3 years 5 months ago

Northern Soul probably wouldn’t have a problem with it in the front seating area. They have groups of people drinking with their little shit bandits running around with no supervision so I can’t see 4 adults playing Scrabble being an issue.[quote comment=”214760″]Can anyone think of an establishment in Hoboken that would allow 4 people to play Scrabble (assuming, of course, that we make purchases) ?[/quote]

Member
6 years 7 months ago

Re 6-8: Better yet “dude,” just stay home in your LaZyBoy with a 6-pack & fiddle with your own ponytail.

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greentea
6 years 7 months ago

[quote comment=”130508″]Where do rock type dudes go, if I don’t score me some tail with a pony tail soon… *mutters*[/quote]
Just go to the city. It’s not that hard.

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xofalconxo
6 years 7 months ago

Man, you’re in the wrong town. Cut that shit off, clean it up, and take a shower.