• It’s Time! Vote for The Best of Hoboken + Jersey City 2018 {FINALISTS ANNOUNCED}

    One step closer to revealing the Best of Hoboken + Jersey City 2018! It’s hard to believe it’s already that time again— but we see you, 2019. And while we’re already planning exciting things for the new year, first we have to wrap up this year.

    Below, the finalists are in, thanks to your nominations {we received over a thousand nominations by our readers!}, and now it’s time for the final stage of voting before the big reveal. We’ve narrowed down the list to the top three businesses in 48 {lulzzz — concise, we know} categories total for Hoboken and Jersey City. From the best spot for a late-night snack to the brunch to {our new categories!} Hoboken Girl / Guy of the Year, there are a ton of things to vote for, and a lot of top-notch people and businesses contributing to this place we call home. And of course, you should vote for each category, but especially the best breakout business of the year in Hoboken and Jersey City.

    You can vote once per day through December 10th at 11:59PM.

    The holiday hustle is almost in full swing, so make sure to cast your ballot before you forget. And if you’ve been wondering what the hot spots are around town, these polls are the best way to start. Your new go-to hair salon, pizza spot, or wine bar might just be a few scrolls away. We can’t thank our readers enough for your expert input. This poll is by you and for you. Share this with friends so they can help support your favorite businesses, too.

    We’ll announce the winners in each category after December 15th. Happy voting! 

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    VOTING IS CLOSED

    Thanks for your vote! There are so many amazing businesses here — we wish we could include them all! Results will be in after December 15th.

    You can vote once per day for each category. 

     

    Don’t see a category listed? Drop us a note: hello@hobokengirl.com so we can start thinking of our 2019 list — it’s never too soon to start planning.


    Written by:

    Martin heads a creative agency developing websites for small businesses and touring musicians based in New York, Nashville, San Francisco and Los Angeles. While not in Hoboken, Martin can be found at a watering hole somewhere on the tiny island of Key West.


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