The Best Hoboken Happy Hours of The Week {April 24th, 2017} Edition

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The weekend is already calling, and it’s only Monday {cue the long sigh}. Thankfully, we have another weeks worth of happy hours in Hoboken to get you through it! Our list of happy hours, from half-price food + drinks, rosé tasting, DIY’ing your own succulent plant + more, is sure to be your vice this week {summer, where are youuuu?}.

Monday — April 24

Half-Price Monday at City Bistro


City Bistro’s half-price Monday specials are the perfect way to spend your happy hour without breaking the bank. Starting at 5 PM, all food + drinks are half-priced {yes, really}. Additionally, all house wines, beer + drinks are half-off from 4-7 PM as well. We bet that’s the best news you’ve heard all Monday. {Insider tip: nice weather = head on up to the rooftop. See ya later, Monday blues}.

Tuesday — April 25

Cigar City Brewing New Jersey Release Party at The Shepherd & The Knucklehead

Beer lovers, you do not want to miss Cigar City’s release party at The Shep this Tuesday night — and by release party, we mean all new Cigar City beers on draft. Try out Jai Alai IPA, Florida Cracker, Tampa Lager + a bunch of other new brews while they’re available.

Wednesday — April 26

Plant Nite at House of Que 

^this is what you’ll be making – sooo cute!

Earth Day may have just passed, but that doesn’t mean we should stop going green. This hump day at House of Que, instructor Kim Lockett will be hosting a Plant Nite, where you can create your very own rose + succulent bowl {complete with an adorable little mini-gnome}. Not your typical happy hour, but it’s a super-cute decoration to bring home for spring. Purchase tix here {+ use the code HOQ30 for 30% off}.

Thursday — April 27

Tap That NJ: Speed Dating + Mixer Over Craft Beer at Pilsener Haus and Biergarten


So many fun spring/summer activities in Hoboken, but no one to do them with? Join Tap That NYC for a speed dating event at Pilsener Haus this Thursday and you just might find that special someone to spend all of your future date nights in the Mile Square with. From 7-7:30 PM, enjoy drink specials + picky foods, followed by a round of speed dating from 7:30 – 8:30 {plus, a craft beer taster for each round}. And if speed dating isn’t your scene, no problemo: there will be a post-event mixer at 8:30, which is a super casual way to meet other people + mingle over drinks without so much pressure. Tickets to the event are $25, and you can snag ’em here.

Friday — April 28

Wine Knowledge Happy Hour at Bin 14 Wine Bar


It never hurts to brush up on your vino-knowledge, folks: that’s why every Friday, Bin 14 Wine Bar hosts it’s weekly Wine Knowledge Happy Hour, bringing you one step closer to becoming a wine connoisseur. From 5-7 PM, you can try out 4 different kinds of wine for only $20 per person {plus, you can grab a bite to eat and sit out on the patio}.

Saturday — April 29

Brunch at Porter Collins

It’s brunch o’clock somewhere, and this Saturday, it’s at Porter Collins. Their all-new weekend brunch special includes a mouthwatering buffet from 11 AM – 3 PM {as well as raw bar selections} all for $35 per person {$17 for kids}. And because going back for seconds isn’t even a question, they’ll have a seconds cart circulating to make your life easier. And, not to mention, a table-side mimosa + Bloody Mary cart – yes, and yes. 

Sunday — April 30

2nd Annual Rosé Tasting at Grand Vin 

Wine tasting at Grand Vin this Sunday? Yes way, rosé! From 3-5 PM, enjoy live music outside by Mike Buscio while you test out a multitude of rosé wines to be featured on Grand Vin’s wine menu — a well-spent Sunday Funday idea for you + your girlfriends, indeed {PS: tickets are $35 online or $45 at the door — you can get them here}. Can you say, rosé allllll day? Grand Vin can. 

Read More: Everything You Need to Know About The New Rosé 40 {And Where to Find It in Hoboken}

Here’s to another week of the happiest hours – cheers!

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Krista is a 20-something Jersey Girl who lives in oversized sweaters and oversized sunglasses. Although she currently resides in North Jersey, she was born and raised in South Jersey and will always choose a hoagie over a sub and a pork roll over Taylor ham in the endless debates. She believes wholeheartedly in Sunday dinners, retail therapy, and stellar Instagram captions. When she’s not writing, shopping, or pretending to be a better skier than she actually is, she can be found winding down with a glass of Riesling in one hand and a good book or magazine in the other.