• Hoboken Restaurants Participating: Hudson Restaurant Week {Summer 2014}

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    Tag your #HudsonRW photos to share your meals!

    Tag your #HudsonRW photos to share your meals!

    It’s that time again! Hudson Restaurant Week–when great restaurants in Hoboken (and outside of town) offer awesome deals and specials on dinner, drinks, and more! Running from July 28 through August 8, here’s a run-down of all the restaurants in Hoboken participating, and what they’re offering:

    3 Forty Grill — 340 Sinatra Drive

    Discounted lunch or dinner right by the Hudson!

    Discounted lunch or dinner right by the Hudson!

    3 Forty Grill is offering a 2-course lunch for $20 and a 3-course dinner for $40–with lots of great options! Special menus for Restaurant Week are found here.

    Amanda’s Restaurant — 908 Washington Street

    Beautiful dining room and amazing food--what more could you ask for?

    Beautiful dining room and amazing food–what more could you ask for?

    A prix-fixe dinner menu for $38 per person, with yummy choices such as grilled skirt steak with bacon-braised kale, and the most delicious key lime pie ever! Amanda’s is also offering a bar dinner special: a cocktail, glass of house wine/craft beer and entrée for $35. Menu can be found here.

     

    Arthur’s Tavern — 237 Washington Street

     

    Arthur’s is offering a 3-course lunch for $15 and a 3-course dinner for $30. Menu can be found here.

     

    Brass Rail — 135 Washington Street

    Nutella creme brulee--so yum and also part of their Restaurant Week special!

    Nutella creme brulee–so yum and also part of their Restaurant Week special!

    2-course lunch for $20 and 3-course dinner for $38! Menu is featured here.

    Clinton Social — 700 Clinton Street

    Mason jar drinks?! Yes please!

    Mason jar drinks?! Yes please!

    $20 3-course lunch on Saturday and Sunday, $35 3-course dinner every day of the week. Menu is here.

    Court Street — 61 Sixth Street

    court st 5

    Cozy ambience!

    3-course dinner for $30! Menu is featured here.

    Dino & Harry’s — 163 14th Street

    The scallops are SO delish.

    The scallops are SO delish.

    Live piano music, delicious food, and a 3-course meal for $40. Menu here.

    The Fig Tree — 306-308 Park Avenue

    From their brunch recently

    From their brunch recently

     

    Yummy 3-course dinner for $40. Menu can be viewed here.

    Hoboken Gourmet Company —  423 Washington Street

    Cozy little hidden gem

    Cozy little hidden gem

    New to Hudson Restaurant Week, Hoboken Gourmet Company is offering 4 courses for dinner for only $38! Excludes Mondays. Menu is featured here.

    The Madison — 1316 Washington Street

    Madison Bar and Grill

     

    Offering first-seating bottles of wine for $15, 3-course lunch for $18 (excludes weekends), and 3-course dinner for $38 (excludes Friday and Saturday). Menu is here.

     

    Marty O’Brien’s 94-98 Bloomfield Street

     

    3-course dinner for $30! Menu here.

     

    Cafe Matt & Meera — 618 Washington Street

    matt and meera

    Wash down your meal with a refreshing watermelon juice!

    3-course dinner + drink option for only $35! Excludes Mondays. Menu is here.

    Stewed Cow — 400 Adams Street

    stewed cow

    3 yummy courses for only $25! Excludes weekends. Come see the menu here.

    Sushi Lounge — 200 Hudson Street

     

    3 courses (yes, even sushi!) for $35. Menu is featured here.

     

    Trinity — 306 Sinatra Drive

    One of the best outdoor dining spots in town!

    One of the best outdoor dining spots in town!

    3-course lunch for $18 and 3-course lunch for $38–all chosen from the regular menu. $5 surcharge for the NY Strip Steak.

     

    Turtle Club — 936 Park Avenue

    Uptown little hidden gem

    Uptown little hidden gem

    3 yummy courses for $30! Excludes weekends. Menu here.

     

    Zylo  225 River Street

    Discounted Italian food? Yes please!

    Discounted Italian food? Yes please!

    3-course lunch for $20 (excludes Sundays, which is a bummer, since they have a great all-you-can-eat brunch) and 3-course dinner for $38. Menu can be viewed here.

     

    Restaurants participating outside of Hoboken:

    A&W Steakhouse — 456 Avenue C, Bayonne

    Battello — 502 Washington Boulevard, Jersey City

    Bistro La Source — 85 Morris Street, Jersey City

    Boca Grande — 564 Washington Boulevard, Jersey City

    Box — 176 Newark Avenue, Jersey City

    Chart House — Pier D-T Lincoln Harbor, Weehawken

    Crab House — 541 River Road, Edgewater

    Edward’s Steakhouse — 239 Marin Boulevard, Jersey City

    Fire & Oak — 479 Washington Boulevard, Jersey City

    GP’s Restaurant — 236 Pavonia Avenue, Jersey City

    Hamilton Inn — 708 Jersey Avenue, Jersey City

    HAVEN — 2 Main Street, Edgewater

    Komegashi — 103 Montgomery Street, Jersey City

    Komegashi Too — 99 Town Square Place, Jersey City

    KP Sarelli’s — 241 Broadway, Bayonne

    Liberty House Restaurant — 76 Audrey Zapp Drive, Jersey City

    Liberty Prime Steakhouse — 111 Montgomery Street, Jersey City

    Maritime Parc — 84 Audrey Zapp Drive, Jersey City

    The Merchant — 279 Grove Street, Jersey City

    Molos — 1 Pershing Road, Weehawken

    Porto Leggero — 160 Greene Street, Jersey City

    Porto Lounge — 286 First Street, Jersey City

    Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse — 1000 Harbor Boulevard, Weehawken

    Satis Bistro — 212 Washington Street, Jersey City

    Skylark on the Hudson  70 Town Square Place, Jersey City

    Sky Thai — 62 Morris Street, Jersey City

    Son Cubano — 40-4 Riverwalk Place, West New York

    Happy eating! xo

    *3 Forty Grill is now closed. 

    *Trinity is now closed. 

    *Clinton Social is now closed.

    *Fig Tree is now closed.


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    Jen is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of Hoboken Girl. She started the site to discover and share the wealth of things happening in Hudson County. Her roots in the area extend to her maternal grandparents, who owned two textile factories in Weehawken and North Bergen. When not planning the next Hoboken Girl event/volunteer project or editing her life away, she can usually be found shopping at local boutiques, eating an Insta-worthy meal, walking her French bulldog + rescue pup, or watching the latest murder doc on Netflix with her husband.


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