Hudson Restaurant Week 2008


Two days left. Why not sample a restaurant you haven’t been to yet?



January 28 – February 8, 2008


hudson-restaurant-week-hoboken-logo.jpgPut aside those New Year’s Resolutions and take a break to visit restaurants in the area for Hudson Restaurant Week. The dining promotion returns for the fourth winter from next Monday January 28 through February 8, 2008. There are 33 restaurants this time including 8 new restaurants that have never participated before: Hudson Tavern, City Vino, Azucar, East LA, Gaslight, Harsimus Cove, Ox and Sawadee. There are a variety of price points to choose from – prix-fixe lunches range from $13-18 and dinners from $23-35 (excluding beverages, tax and gratuity).

Although Restaurant Week is usually Mon-Fri many are offering it over the weekend and if you’re not watching the Big Game on Feb 3rd – might be a good day to try a new restaurant.

The list of restaurants in Hoboken are:

Also check out an even more diverse list of restaurants in Jersey City, Union City & North Bergen!

Visit for all the menus and exact price points.

Bon Appetit!

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If you’ve spent $10 for food at Arthurs you’ve been overcharged. Their food is crap IMO.


Arthurs is the only Hoboken restaurant that is any sort of good deal…

Why spend $35 at Trinity for Restaurant week when their normal everyday Prix Fixe dinner is only $25?! Same with Madison and their $35 restuarant dinner, where their normal prix fixe is $16.


I guess it’s just a way to attract and overcharge suckers from the burbs. As a resident of Hoboken I don’t need to be told that we have restaurants here (I already know) and I don’t need a “special feast menu” like they give you on Mulberry Street during San Generro…$30 linguine & clam sauce…

Sorry to be so negative on this, but I don’t like paying MORE than usual during a promotion.


Amanda’s has a great and reasonable wine list too.

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YEAH…HCRW is a joke. I bet I can get better meals at less of a price during NON HCRWs.

$95 for steak for 2 people with no booze????…how is that a deal??? Going anywhere Non-BYOB in Hoboken is silly.

The only two non BYOB restaurants I can think of, that are worth it…

Arthurs ($12 for a bottle or red) and Elysian