Pier 13 – Perfect Summer Happy Hour

Hoboken’s Pier 13 – A summer happy hour option

Many of you know about the new Pier 13 which debuted this past July 4th uptown.

This venue is very unique in Hoboken. For one, they have very limited hours – for the sake of keeping the surrounding community happy. And two, while their three biggest days of the week – Friday, Saturday and Sunday – can get quite crowded, the rest of the week you can have yourself a civilized, peaceful drink on the waterfront. Typically open at 4pm.

They specialize in craft beers, but luckily have a small wine selection for those that don’t drink the suds or follow a low-carb life. During the weekend, they do have food trucks set up at the base of the pier if you get punchy.

Enjoy!

3 Responses

  1. NorthKrissy says:

    The early closing time is frustrating, because you have to leave right when things are getting fun.

  2. hobokenparent says:

    The guys checking id’s there are total jerks. We know 3 other couples (including us) who have had issues with the way they were treated by these so called bouncers. The oldest one of the lot is a smart alec and talks down to people. This guy acts like he owns the place and makes snide comments while he is checking your id.
    If these bouncers are the ‘face’ that the promotors want the patrons to see, then it says a lot about the type of crowd they want patronizing their place.
    Also, do you really need 4 guys checking ids at this Pier?

    • homeworld says:

      Are you the guy with the stroller and the kid that got into an argument with the bouncer on Friday because he wouldn’t let you in to the wedding on the pier but you had walked 20 blocks and just wanted a drink?[quote comment=”216738″]The guys checking id’s there are total jerks. We know 3 other couples (including us) who have had issues with the way they were treated by these so called bouncers. The oldest one of the lot is a smart alec and talks down to people. This guy acts like he owns the place and makes snide comments while he is checking your id. If these bouncers are the ‘face’ that the promotors want the patrons to see, then it says a lot about the type of crowd they want patronizing their place. Also, do you really need 4 guys checking ids at this Pier?[/quote]

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