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The Best Bottomless Brunch Spots in Hoboken and Jersey City

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When it comes to brunch, you know that Hudson County does not have a shortage of spots that will knock your brunch-loving socks off. We’re sharing the best bottomless brunch spots in Hoboken and Jersey City so that you can enjoy that hair of the dog and some delicious {+ non-stop} food and drink with your crew. Now make sure to note these aren’t “exactly” bottomless brunch — as there are limitations and variations in pricing as technically unlimited brunch is not allowed according to the ABC, but they’re as good as bottomless brunch gets in New Jersey. Here are our favorite places to enjoy unlimited booze and eats on the weekend:

PLEASE NOTE: These deals are subject to change. Please contact each location beforehand to confirm the offerings.


Halifax {225 River Street at The W Hotel}

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Here’s the deal: Saturdays and Sundays, 11:00AM-3:00PM. Unlimited small plates and a bottle of sparkling wine for $35 for 2 hours.

Fab food, amazing waterfront views and an elegant ambiance — it’s hard to think of a better spot to sit back and take in the Sunday scene before the work week grind starts again. Like tapas, sin a Spanish spin, Halifax’s small plates and sparkling wine bottle brunch combo is perfect for picky and adventurous eaters alike. With a menu that ranges from french toast to fruit salad, there’s bound to be a taste or two to satisfy every palette in your squad.

Birch Hoboken {92 River Street}

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Here’s the deal: Saturday and Sunday 12:00PM – 4:00PM, a brunch buffet is available. 

Best known for its out-of-this-world milkshakes, Birch Hoboken now serves a bottomless brunch buffet {plus mimosas + bloody Marys are available too}. So basically, you can come for brunch and stay for dinner. Just wear spandex.

Bin 14 {1314 Washington Street}

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Here’s the deal: Saturday and Sunday 11:00AM – 4:00PM, $29 includes zeppoles, one small plate, one entree, and one brunch cocktail. Any additional brunch cocktail are $3 for 90 minutes. 

Known for their delicious small plates and extensive wine list, Bin 14 does not disappoint when it comes to brunch. For the brunch sitch, you get zeppoles with three dipping sauces, one small plate {ranging from truffle fries, to tuna tartare, to bruschetta and beyond} plus one entree {you can change up your brunch-game with their meatballs + eggs or go classic with some waffles}, and of course, a brunch cocktail.

Coco Havana {32 Newark Street}

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Here’s the deal: Saturday and Sunday from 11:00AM-3:00PM, two hours of bottomless mimosas, bellinis, or manmosas 

As the locale where Havana meets Hoboken, indulge in entrees such as guava cream cheese stuffed French toast, a Desayuno Havana, and more while sipping on classic brunch cocktails all afternoon. PS: Mention Hoboken Girl for 50% off your mojitos any day!


Jersey City

Frankie {264 Grove Street} 

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Here’s the deal: Saturday and Sunday from 11:00AM-3:00PM, $20 bottomless Bloody Marys and mimosas

Frankie’s in JC keeps the drinks flowing every weekend with the restaurant’s special bottomless brunch every weekend. Diners can enjoy classics such as avocado toast or a bacon + egg roll {with tomato chutney} while sipping on fizzy  + refreshing brunch drinks.

Just a few of our favorite boozy brunch spots in Hoboken and Jersey City. Any we missed? Leave a comment below and we’ll add to our ever-expanding list!

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A Jersey girl born and raised, Kelly moved from Hoboken to Weehawken a year and a half ago and loves exploring all of the history and hidden spots in her new city while still making frequent trips to her favorite spots in the Mile Square (because while she signed up for a new zip code, she definitely didn’t sign up for a life without Black Bear buffalo bites, sunsets at Pier 13 or Sunday football on Washington!). After graduating from the University of Maryland in 2011 with a degree in journalism, she spent five years as a style editor and now freelances on everything from fashion to finance. When she’s not working on her next story, you can usually find Kelly swimming at the Stevens pool, checking out new happy hour spots (bonus points always given for a spot with a view) or cheering on her Maryland Terrapins (Go Terps!).

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