• Super Bowl LIII {2019} in Hoboken: Where to Watch

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    Atlanta might be a bit of a trek from Hudson County to watch Super Bowl LIII, but fear not Hoboken football fans. Sundays are already fun in Hoboken {ahem, a choice bottomless brunch spots}, but Super Bowl Sunday brings some extra excitement into the city. Whether you’re itching to watch the game, craving chicken wings, or hunting for some seriously delicious + amazing Sunday specials, Hoboken has no shortage of options. Keep reading to find which bars to watch Super Bowl LIII 2019 in Hoboken:

    *Featured Superbowl Event*

    Lutze Super Bowl Harborside

    Harborside {210 Hudson Street, Jersey City}

    Yes, this is in JC, but it’s worth the trek. Catch the game on not one, but TWO 15-foot-tall screens, enjoy a complimentary buffet of football food favorites, play some beer pong, and sip on drinks specials over at the Harborside Atrium’s Super Bowl Party at Lutze Biergarten. Get tickets here {plus use the code HOBOKENGIRL for $5 off ticket purchase}.

    SUPER BOWL 2019 in HOBOKEN

    10th + Willow {935 Willow Avenue}

    For a guaranteed table to dine at and watch the game from, 10th & Willow is accepting reservations and private parties for the game.

    Black Bear Bar + Grill {205 Washington Street} 

    If a good ‘ol fashioned Super Bowl party is what you’re seeking, head over to Black Bear Bar + Grill. There’s no cover charge for the party and guests can reserve a table ahead of time to guarantee seating.

     Carpe Diem {1405 Grand Street} 

    Head to Carpe Diem to watch the game and indulge in savory Sunday specials.

    Losurdo’s Italian Deli + Bakery {410 2nd Street}

    For those hosting a Super Bowl Sunday party of their own, Losurdo’s is offering a catering special, which includes a 40 piece tray of chicken wings, a three-foot Italian sub, and two large pizzas for $134.99.

    McSwiggan’s Pub {110 1st Street}

    Although the usual Sunday specials will be on, guests can watch the Patriots take on the Rams while indulging in $11 Bud Light pitchers, $5 Goose Island Draft, $6 Bloody Mary or Mimosa, and more.

    Mill’s Tavern {125 Washington Street} 

    Join friends and fellow football fans while sipping on $4 Stella drafts, $11.99 Bud Light Pitchers, $15 Bud Light buckets, or $6 Jameson shots.

    Moran’s Pub {501 Garden Street}

    Head to Moran’s Pub to catch the game playing on the TVs while indulging in the pub’s brunch options – think a full Irish breakfast, a croque-Moran’s, and more.

    Mulligan’s Pub {159 1st Street}

    Indulge in Mulligan’s Sunday specials while watching the game –  sip on $3 pints, $14 buckets of domestic beers, and $10 pitchers of Bud Light, Coors Light, and Yuengling.

    O’Bagel {600 Washington Street} 

    Skip wait and host a party at home. O’Bagel is offering catering services on Super Bowl Sunday, featuring savory options like the jalapeño topped Jumbo Ridge.

    Wicked Wolf Tavern {120 Sinatra Drive}

    For a full-fledged party, look no further than Wicked Wolf. The doors open at 11:00AM, and guests can reserve a table {for a $100 spending minimum per person for drinks and food}. There will be a DJ too {for serious party vibes} starting at 1:00PM so guests can dance their way right into the game at 6:30PM.

    Wille McBride’s {616 Grand Street} 

    Book a reservation to watch the Super Bowl and enjoy classic football-themed food and drinks specials all Sunday long. Think $3 domestic drafts, $15 domestic buckets, $6 pretzel bites, $10 chicken finger basket, and more.

    Have somewhere to add to the list? Comment below or email us and we’ll add it in!

     


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    Arielle is a born-and-bred Jersey girl and like a true NJ native, half her diet consists of bagels and the other half pizza. As a graduate of both American University and City, University of London, she’s been a passionate writer ever since she wrote her first “book” in the first grade. When she’s not furiously typing away at her keyboard, she spends her time ticking places off of her “to travel to” list, trying any and all new foods, and trying to stop herself from spending too much money at Zara.


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