The Best Hoboken + Jersey City Happy Hours of the Week {October 30, 2017}

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Fall is officially in full swing! We’ve got tons of fun events going on in Hudson County this week, from Spooky Kooky Karaoke to November Yappy Hour. Here’s what’s in store for you with the best Hoboken and Jersey City happy hours of the week:

*Please note: Events are subject to change. Please check event websites and social media for the latest updates and availability.*

Monday – October 30th

Spooky Kooky Karaoke at LITM {Jersey City}

LITM {140 Newark Ave.} is having Spooky Kooky Karaoke on Monday night. Sing a Halloween song for a change to win a bottle of champagne and a $25 LITM gift card + any guest who comes in costume can enjoy 10% off their tab. Whether you snap along to the Addam’s Family theme song, or do the Monster Mash, come out for a night of fun and book your table here.

Community Game Night at Aether Game Cafe {Hoboken}

Join your fellow game lovers at Community Game Night at Aether Game Cafe {519 Washington St.}. Eat, drink, and play games — and it’s BYOB. Starts at 6PM.

Tuesday – October 31st

Bumps in the Night at Pilsener Haus {Hoboken}

Pilsener Haus {1422 Grand St.} is having an interactive haunted house on Halloween night that will leave you terrified. Tickets will be $15 per person and doors will open at 5PM. The price of each ticket includes one free drink ticket – get tickets here.

Halloween Beer and Doughnut Pairing at FM Restaurant Bar and Lounge {Jersey City}

Doughnuts and beer pairing… it’s a match made in heaven, thanks to Growing in Jersey City. Come out to FM Jersey City {340 3rd St.} for four beer tastings and eight doughnut pairings {the kitchen will also be open for food}. Costumes are encouraged. Please bring a non-perishable food item to be donated to a local food bank. Buy your tickets here. BONUS: Hoboken Girl readers get $5 off their tickets with code: HobokenGirl.

Wednesday – November 1st

Pierogi Day at Taste of Poland {Jersey City}

Taste of Poland {located at 170 Grand St.} is gifting us with 4 for $3/8 for $5 homemade pierogis. From 5-8PM guests can choose from cheese, sauerkraut, and mushroom pierogis + other food. Don’t miss out!

Davy Knowles with Jamie McLean Band at Maxwell’s {Hoboken}

Maxwell’s {1039 Washington St.} Blues Series welcomes modern bluesman Davy Knowles with special guest Jamie McLean Band on Wednesday night. Enjoy original music and drink specials. Doors open at 7:30PM and the show starts at 8PM. Get your tickets here.

Thursday – November 2nd

Bad Moms 2 Private Screening and Pre-Party at Bow Tie Cinemas {Hoboken}

Little Hoboken is hosting a private screening of Bad Moms 2 and you’re invited. There are two ticket options available, option one: movie ticket, small popcorn, small drink, and pre-party drink ticket at Pilsener Haus {start time 6:45PM, $30}. Option two: movie ticket, small popcorn, and small drink {start time 8PM, $25}. Get your tickets here.

Crazy & The Brains, Dead Bars, Rebuilder, and Hermano Stereo at Pet Shop {Jersey City}

Get your choker necklaces and pink hair dye ready because Pet Shop JC {193 Newark Ave.} is having some great punk rock bands Thursday night. Eat, drink, and participate in some *slight* head banging. Doors open at 7PM and no cover!

Friday – November 3rd

November Yappy Hour at The Ale House {Hoboken}

All pups and their humans are welcome to the November Yappy Hour at The Ale House {1034 Willow Ave.} from 7-9PM. Get your $5 wristband at the door for drink specials and 100% of wristband proceeds will go to the Liberty Human Society. Dogs + booze = sure to be a great time. 

Read More: These 7 Hoboken Bars Allow Dogs

Paint & Sip with Mixed Medium Art at Rose Creations Gallery {Jersey City}

Rose Creations Gallery {152 Martin Luther King Dr.} is hosting a paint and sip on Friday night from 7-10PM. Guests will create a mixed medium canvas using acrylic paint, spray paint, and fabric while sipping some wine. There is a $30 all-inclusive fee due at the beginning of the class. Register here.

Saturday – November 4th

Sips, Nips, and Salsa at Temple Beth-El {Jersey City}

Join Temple Beth-El {2419 John F Kennedy Blvd.} for a saucy night of mystery bags, wine pull, and a silent auction to benefit Temple Beth-El. Tickets will include five tastings; choose from tequila, wine, and gourmet chocolate. Guests will also enjoy artisanal salsas and additional snacks with their drinks. Advance tickets are $30, and door tickets are $40 the night of the event.

Daniel Thomas Live at Maxwell’s {Hoboken}

New Jersey native Daniel Thomas is performing live at Maxwell’s {1039 Washington St.} on Saturday night. Enjoy this up and coming hip-hop artist and some fun drink specials. Doors open at 8:30PM and the show will start at 9PM. Get tickets here.

Sunday – November 5th

Back to the Future Music Festival at The Factory Restaurant and Lounge {Jersey City}

Come out to The Factory Restaurant and Lounge {451 Communipaw Ave.} for drinks and the best music all night long. Three different DJ’s will be spinning house/club music, hip-hop, and R&B from the 80s to present music. The event is $10 in advance but be sure to check out all of their awesome bottle service options here.

Bike the Hoboken Artists’ Studio Tour at Hoboken City Hall {Hoboken}

The city of Hoboken is hosting a free city-wide self-guided tour of artists’ studios, galleries, and group exhibitions. Walking this tour is  fun, but biking is even better {read: faster}. Meet with Bike Hoboken at noon at City Hall {94 Washington St.} to pick up a map and the tour will start from there. If you don’t have a bike, you of course can use the Hudson Bike Share.

 

 

No matter how you spend your week, we hope all of your hours are happy ones!

Let us know what you’ll be up to on Instagram @HobokenGirlBlog and #HobokenGirl. 

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Nicole's love for Hoboken was sparked during a summer internship at New York Magazine. While she's not working out or perfecting her brows, Nicole can be found at any place with a great breakfast menu. She is sometimes guilty of liking dogs a little bit more than people, but it's because her own huskies have left a permanent imprint on her heart — though she does have a low key corgi obsession {something about those little legs}. Nicole is also a firm believer that there's nothing a new pair of shoes can't fix. Being a lover of new adventures, Nicole can't wait to travel and see where her '20s lead her.


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