Scotland Yard

PATH Bar with live music

Description – Bar close to the PATH station
Services – Bar – single malt scotches, microbrews, martini, live music
Website – www.scotlandyardbar.com
Address – 72 Hudson St, Hoboken, New Jersey ( NJ ) 07030-5629
Telephone – (201) 222-9273, Fax – (201) 222-2180

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hobokenj
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hobokenj

Hoboken ranks 9th in best Happy Hour in the country.

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bearclaw0011
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bearclaw0011
I have lived in Hoboken for 5 years now and have stopped into Scotland Yard a few times over the years. It has always appealed to my genre of bars, but I have never truly found myself to have a great time there mainly due to the bands playing there. It was always such a nuisance to me to have a band playing 5 feet away from me while I’m trying to just relax and not to mention having to sidestep everyone because the band is sprawled out everywhere in the front entrance. Well I recently I decided to go in for Sunday football and found a very relaxed atmosphere with very friendly and attentive staff. I had a blast and decided to give it a shot on a Saturday night and again found myself having the time of my life with no band in site. I have been frequenting the establishment on weekends quite a bit lately and love it. I have to say though that I decided to stop in on my way home from work last Monday only to find a band playing again, I had one drink and left. Please don’t let the bands come back, I have seen every week a greater number of younger people stopping in to check this place out. Hoboken is a young town now and although I can only speak for the people I know, none of my friends between the ages of 25-30 do not enjoy jazz bands. It… Read more »
goldsoundz
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goldsoundz
Wow bearclaw we probably wouldn’t like the same bars. I actually find it dispointing that they don’t have more live music. I’ve never heard a jazz band there before but have caught some blues shows. Its a good break from the same old Hoboken bar with awful music playing in it. I also wish more people would listen to jazz. There are so many good cutting edge jazz bands out there. The Charlie Hunter album “Baboon Strength” and Medeski Martin and Wood’s Radiolarian Series are some to check out. All new and probably not what you perceive as traditional jazz. In response to bearclaw0011 who said: I have lived in Hoboken for 5 years now and have stopped into Scotland Yard a few times over the years. It has always appealed to my genre of bars, but I have never truly found myself to have a great time there mainly due to the bands playing there. It was always such a nuisance to me to have a band playing 5 feet away from me while I’m trying to just relax and not to mention having to sidestep everyone because the band is sprawled out everywhere in the front entrance. Well I recently I decided to go in for Sunday football and found a very relaxed atmosphere with very friendly and attentive staff. I had a blast and decided to give it a shot on a Saturday night and again found myself having the time of my life with no band… Read more »
HomeTeam
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HomeTeam
Well, obviously you don’t listen to music since the bands playing there are generally BLUES bands, not Jazz bands. So did you go in there because your homies at Green Rock had a line? You wanted to go back to your fratastic ways and play beer pong? You sound like an awfully pathetic guido. Did you catch the hair gel sale at CVS this week? Scotland Yard used to be a great place for live music. The new owners turned it into a glorified frat with beer pong and such. I didn’t know they even had bands anymore since most of the musicians who played there followed the old staff over to the Dubliner. In response to bearclaw0011 who said: I have lived in Hoboken for 5 years now and have stopped into Scotland Yard a few times over the years. It has always appealed to my genre of bars, but I have never truly found myself to have a great time there mainly due to the bands playing there. It was always such a nuisance to me to have a band playing 5 feet away from me while I’m trying to just relax and not to mention having to sidestep everyone because the band is sprawled out everywhere in the front entrance. Well I recently I decided to go in for Sunday football and found a very relaxed atmosphere with very friendly and attentive staff. I had a blast and decided to give it a shot on a Saturday… Read more »
ricky roma
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ricky roma
so out of the literally 100’s of other bars you could go to, you still want one of the last bars to have original live music to stop the bands? go some place else In response to bearclaw0011 who said: I have lived in Hoboken for 5 years now and have stopped into Scotland Yard a few times over the years. It has always appealed to my genre of bars, but I have never truly found myself to have a great time there mainly due to the bands playing there. It was always such a nuisance to me to have a band playing 5 feet away from me while I’m trying to just relax and not to mention having to sidestep everyone because the band is sprawled out everywhere in the front entrance. Well I recently I decided to go in for Sunday football and found a very relaxed atmosphere with very friendly and attentive staff. I had a blast and decided to give it a shot on a Saturday night and again found myself having the time of my life with no band in site. I have been frequenting the establishment on weekends quite a bit lately and love it. I have to say though that I decided to stop in on my way home from work last Monday only to find a band playing again, I had one drink and left. Please don’t let the bands come back, I have seen every week a greater number of younger… Read more »
Tama Murden
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Re 64.: Thanks for the update! Christine is great—great to know where she’s moved on to.

Loved this place when it was still “Redheads.” All those great cheesecake-photos of the owner.

Ditto re the long-gone/fondly-remembered Fabian’s BrauHaus. Weiss beer and a great Sinatra/polka jukebox.

jhicks
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jhicks

Long a fixture of the Hoboken live music scene, Christine Santelli and Friends have moved their shows to a new location, The Dubliner @ 96 River St, Hoboken.

There are three jams every week. All shows feature outstanding performances by talented professional and amateur artists in a warm atmosphere with a friendly community of enthusiasts. Never a cover!

Saturday Blues Jam 4:00 – 7:00 : Hosted by VD King, this open jam is mostly electric blues format.

Sunday Singer/Songwriter Series 9:30 – 1:30 : Hosted by Christine Santelli and Mike Frensley, this is an acoustic-oriented session with an emphasis on original material.

Monday Blues Jam 9:30 – 1:30 : Hosted by Big Ed Sullivan, this electric blues jam is one of the longest running open jams in the NJ/NYC area.

swordfish
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swordfish

smells like a dirty toilet in here…

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