Hoboken is perfectly placed for work and play.
How I See Hoboken
We think of Hoboken as an urban oasis. It has all the great food, culture, and accessibility of a large city, but with a small town feel. Let our waterfront and NYC skyline views be your escape.
Know Before You Go
Halifax Restaurant features Northeastern farm and coastal cuisine, with an emphasis on local and sustainable ingredients. The vast majority of their product, if not made in-house, comes from farmers, fisherman, and artisans from Delaware north to our namesake, Halifax, the capital of Nova Scotia. Reserve your spot now for their Bubbles Brunch every Saturday and Sunday.
Talk Like a Local
Learn the slang from the streets.
Abbreviated word for creamy Italian mozzarella.
Tony, get the mutz from the fridge!
Neighborhoods to Explore
The business and transportation hub of our little town also hosts the liveliest bars and restaurants.
Steven's Institute of Technology, Church Square Park, and multiple bagel and pizzeria spots in a block radius. What more can you ask for?
Slightly quieter than its counterparts, Uptown has many hidden gems. Check out Little City Book's new location, grab a coffee at BWE café, see a movie at Bowtie Cinemas, and try the best wings in Hoboken at Carpe Diem.
4. The Waterfront
While the Hudson River Waterfront spans 18.5 miles, Hoboken's one mile contains many influential and historical spots. Visit Sybil's Cave which was inspiration for Edgar Allan Poe's "The Mystery of Marie Roget" and stop by numerous World War II memorials along the way.
122 Willow Ave
Head over to Antique Bar and Bakery for unique twists on classic cocktails and a speakeasy feel. While the décor is 70’s chic with walls plastered in movie posters and a menu that reads as a script, the coal oven creations are among the top rated for locals.
47B Harrison St
Looking for something eccentric? Check out this local thrift store where art, music and fashion link up. Their showroom exhibit select discoveries that span the past three centuries and elevate current trends beyond the generic monotony of thrift stores and mass retail.
104 Hudson St
Experience all that jazz at Hoboken’s newest cocktail bar complete with smooth drinks and classic American fare.
616 Grand St
Looking for an Irish Pub with great food, great music and free rides to and from the venue? You can find all these things at Willie McBride’s. Join them for live music by local bands every Friday and Saturday night and come back Sunday for a Full Irish Breakfast!
Either / Or
720 Monroe St
Slightly off the beaten path, CycleBar is located in the Monroe Center where they make every spin class a party.
With a town only a square mile, you can skip the Uber and walk from bar to bar.
2. Denim Jacket
Denim jackets have made a comeback and are no stranger to Hobokenites.
3. Faux-Leather Leggings
Trendy and versatile, you can dress these leggings up for a night out or pair with a sweater for a more casual look.
4. Mini Backpack Purse
Convenient to keep all your belongings with you.
Perched on the waterfront, right across the river from Manhattan, W Hoboken is perfectly placed for both work and play.