New Year’s Eve 2015 in Hoboken

New Year’s Eve 2015 in Hoboken

New Years Eve in Hoboken NJMany residents and visitors already have their New Year’s Eve plans worked out already – more power to them!

Of course, not everyone plans ahead – or they like “keeping their options open.” But as common sense would suggest, the longer you wait – the less chance you have of guaranteeing a spot. Then again, it might be prudent to see what the weather is like too – which is impossible at this point in time.

Which is why we detailed some places below that have no cover, and a standard “cash bar” like any other day. You might just have to wait in line depending on when you arrive.

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No cover New Year’s 2015 options in Hoboken, NJ

So if you’re not the type that feels like doling out $100 or more for “open bar” booze access – here’s a few places that you can check out that have no cover charges:

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Hoboken New Years Eve 2015

The most expensive places you can go to (or not) in Hoboken are Brass Rail, The W Hotel, Wicked Wolf and Smokin’ Barrel – they all want $100 and over!

Other New Year’s Eve options in Hoboken

Most “open bar” parties are limited to four or five hours. Typically plenty of time to black out. But what if you want to avoid the hassle of paying for drinks after 12am or 1am?

  • Mikie Squared has an open bar the entire time – until they close at 3am! Plus, the location is pretty much smack dab in the middle of town – which may prove to be convenient for everyone in your party. Cost is $85 per person. Call (201)792-0001 for reservations.

Not too many places have “modest” offerings – typically costly “all inclusive” packages – however, there are some excellent options uptown at the largest party venues in Hoboken (15th & Grand Streets):

  • Pilsener Haus: $20 Cover includes admittance, a free pint on the “haus,” a raffle ticket for a Mountain Creek Ski Resort pass and a cup of “anti-hangover” goulash soup at midnight!
  • The Kolo Klub: Upstairs from the Pilsener Haus, Kolo Klub offers the same – but only a $15 cover. Both venues have a DJ spinning music all night.

Enjoy, whatever you do!


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Monday, December 15, 2014 12:48 pm

Laying low. Saves money and less chance for something bad happening out there on amateur night!

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