Quiet Woman – Northern Soul

6/10/2008 Video:

What do you get when you stop by Northern Soul on their Grand Opening night, take only 12 quick segments of video, and leave after two beers towards the next destination?

Another quality Hoboken411 video production:


Northern Soul Hoboken – Grand Opening from Hoboken411 on Vimeo.

Stop by for a beer soon. You’d be pleased with their diverse selection of tap and bottled beers, unlike most typical taverns.

See location, and other info after the jump…

6/5/2008 Update:

Nice to have some fresh blood in the neighborhood!

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Grand Opening Party Tonight!

Date: Tonight, Thursday, June 5th
Time: 8 till late
Address: 557 1st st. Hoboken, NJ, 07030
“Please join us for our grand opening party, a very soulful celebration of 1st streets newest establishment. The festivities will include dj’s, hors d’oeuvres, drinks promotions and giveaways. Feel free to pass this email on to any of your friends. See ya there! Cheers, Marc and John.”

3/19/2008 Update:

Ok, not breaking news (who ever said 411 was a newspaper anyway?), but the old Quiet Woman quietly has new owners, and will be changing the name to “Northern Soul.” While that sounds more like a band name, I’m sure they wanted to establish a new identity for the place.

From what I heard, some renovations are planned to spruce up the place, and have already even installed a new red felt on the pool table.

Description – Irish Pub in the back of town.
Services – Bar, jukebox, darts, pool table, live music.
Address – 557 1st St, Hoboken, NJ 07030
Telephone – 201-963-9122

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73 Responses

  1. chacha17 says:

    any grand opening specials?

  2. jerk store says:

    [quote comment=”86557″]any grand opening specials?[/quote]

    I believe the credit card minimun is only $18 tonight.

  3. BC says:

    Is it a new bar or a new awning?

  4. chacha17 says:

    [quote comment=”86565″][quote comment=”86557″]any grand opening specials?[/quote]

    I believe the credit card minimun is only $18 tonight.[/quote]

    nice!
    :mrgreen:

  5. whewwhewwhew says:

    You can change the sign, but this place still has the same old red nosed irish drunks….

  6. strand tramp says:

    i haven’t noticed any red noses. and i have been in there and i’m not irish. but since it is an irish owned establishment i suppose it would not be surprising to find some with irish ancestory among the patrons, as well as some nationals. by your comment i’ll assume you won’t be dragging your stench in the door, and for that i thank you.

  7. Stabone130 says:

    i like their awning.

    therefore, i shall patronize this establishment.

  8. HomeTeam says:

    [quote comment=”86588″]You can change the sign, but this place still has the same old red nosed irish drunks….[/quote]

    Place has been eeeeeempty. Walked by on a Saturday night and there were 8 people at the most in there(incl bartenders).

  9. bokenite says:

    Place was PACKED on the Grand Opening! Hope these guys can make it. They seem to really care about the bar and their customers. Big change from the previous owners.

    It may seem like an odd recommendation… but you HAVE to try their agave margaritas!!!

  10. HobokenPRguy says:

    Place is actually ok, although, I did notice some of the old patrons of the Quiet Woman there the other night. Not only did it need a makoever, it needed new customers. They were probably the worst part about the old Quiet Woman, old, weird, stuck in some college warp.

    Oh well, good luck new guys.

  11. sullyx says:

    [quote comment=”86600″][quote comment=”86588″]You can change the sign, but this place still has the same old red nosed irish drunks….[/quote]

    Place has been eeeeeempty. Walked by on a Saturday night and there were 8 people at the most in there(incl bartenders).[/quote]

    Really, an empty bar on a Saturday night during the summer? who would have thought.

  12. shockey says:

    I was there Thurs. for the opening party and the space looks much better than it used to. Good selection of same uncommon European beers, though the choice of domestics is, strangely, sparse.

    The bathrooms are still atrocious, really bad. They threw a candle in there to offset the mildew coming from the walls.

    No real specials to speak of on opening night, which I thought was weak. It was $10 or $12 for a pitcher of Bud Light or something, but nothing for the good beers that they should be trying to promote.

  13. nbm3 says:

    went by…cool place

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