• 6 Fun Ideas for {Boozy} Brunch in Hoboken

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    Whether you are looking for a hair of the dog, a cute brunch with friends, a romantic brunch with a special someone, or hosting parents – there are so many choices for boozy brunch Hoboken for your Sunday Funday excursions. That’s why we’ve rounded up a few of our favorites {depending on whom you’re with}, so you can enjoy some eggs + ‘mosas in the appropriate atmosphere. Here are six fun boozy brunch ideas for your Hoboken weekend.

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    ^{Editor’s note}: Sorry friends, unfortunately this bad boy Bacon Bloody Mary was made in the comfort of my own home.

    Brunch with the ladies:

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    The Brass Rail offers a great brunch deal. For $30, you can enjoy a two-course brunch along with unlimited mimosas, bloodys, beers, or sangria. Need we say more? Keep the drinks coming throughout the meal — complete with delicious, locally-sourced bites. In the Bloody Mary department, Brass Rail’s Bloody was refreshing with just the right kick — not too spicy and not too bland. Even though they have them pre-mixed in a pitcher, the wait staff was more than accommodating when some brunch buddies asked for extra spicy or to hold the spice.

    Boozy brunch with your man:

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    If you’ve been paying your football dues in the early morning tailgate wake ups or cooking for the big games, it’s time for a treat. The Stewed Cow is another option for an affordable, delicious, and boozy brunch that will be sure to please the fellas. For $20 at The Stewed Cow, you can enjoy 2 cocktails of choice along with an entree. The Stewed Cow offers mimosas, manmosas {a more “manly version of the previous with beer!}, beers, sangria, bloody marys, and Arnold Palmer vodkas. Their bloody Mary is full of horseradish flavor, and their touch of the olive juice/olives gives it that extra salty kick. Another {lighter} drink pick that is a go-to here: an Arnold Palmer. In general, the food is pretty filling — so an AP is a refreshing and sweet topper. FYI – upon ordering, the table will receive oatmeal and a basket of muffins and other treats. Brunch appetizers? Please and thank you.

    Boozy brunch with a group:

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    The Malibu Diner offers a casual easy brunch. Perfect for a morning when it takes all you can muster to switch pjs to yoga pants — and honestly, if you can’t even do that, you prob won’t be judged here, it’s a diner after all. Another plus: $2 drinks on the weekends! While the bloody marys and mimosas are a little strong on the mixers and light on the alcohol, they are only $2 so order as many as you need to cure that hangover and keep ya going! Plus, FREE PARKING — something we all know is a true gem in the Mile Square.

    Brunch with your parents:

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    Amanda’s is a great place if you’re looking for a more upscale brunch or when parents are in town. Their mimosas are made with fresh squeezed OJ — making all the difference. Not feelin the OJ? Make it a Bellini with peach purée or a Bloody Mary with a sundried tomato-infused vodka. For your sweet tooth cravings, there is also a chocolate liquor drink. Definitely something for everyone in your party!

    Boozy brunch on a Sunday:

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    Mikie Squared has, hands-down, the best deal on Sangria — $10 pitchers on Sundays! Their tasty brunch is nothing to scoff at, either. Ideal for a large group or just a brunch date, it boasts a super casual vibe that will keep your Sunday Funday alive and kickin’ for most of the afternoon. They also serve Irish Coffees for the early risers.

    Where is your favorite spot for a boozy brunch in town? Share with us in the comments!

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    Alex is a Hoboken girl who, like many other Hoboken ladies, understands the importance and sometimes necessity of a beverage after a long day. Her local libations posts will focus on the best places to enjoy a cocktail in and around Hoboken. Alex believes in pushing yourself to try new things and enjoying new experiences. When not working her 9-5, you can find her going for a run on the water, hanging out on the pier in the sun, and trying new places to eat and drink. A few of her local go-tos are Hoboken Gourmet, Anthony David's, Carpe Diem, and Turtle Club's Thursday night wine tastings!


    5 comments

    • Hi there! Do the Brass Rail or Stewed Cow have a dj? If so, what’s the music like? Looking to do this for a birthday so looking for a party atmosphere. Thx!

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    • What about the brunch at the W? Surely this should have made the list; they do bottomless food (tapas style) as well as bottomless booze! Have you been? This should have definitely made the list especially as a place to brunch with friends. Value for money too.

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