• It’s {LDW}, So Here Are The {Best} HG Posts of Summer

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    It’s Labor Day, so we’re taking a long weekend ourselves! In honor of the unofficial end of summer, we’ve compiled a list of the best Hoboken Girl posts of the summer. Have a fun-filled and celebratory Labor Day Weekend, enjoy the weather and three-days off!

     

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    {Best of} SUMMER 2014 ARCHIVES

    Cafe Verde Vita: Bringing {Italy} to Hoboken

    Delicious Hoboken Delivery Options {Part IV}

    The Hoboken Bride: A New {Local} Series

    Spring Cleaning: Eat Clean {And Be Lean}

    {Healthy Hoboken Girl} Restaurant Survival Guide: 1o Tips for Healthy Dining

    Celebrating {National Sushi Day} in Hoboken

    The Spray Tan Chronicles: Planet Sun {Heated} Evolv Airbrush Tan

    The Hidden Hoboken Restaurant: The Fig Tree {Sunday Brunch}

    Hoboken Fitness: Fit RxN {An Amazing Sweatfest, Basically}

    Hoboken Girl Summer Mixes {on 8tracks}

    Hoboken Fitness: {Crazy in Love} with Banana Skirt Productions

    Operation {Give Back} Hoboken: Volunteering with TRUE Mentors

    {Pop-Up} Boutique Heaven: Spotlight on Gypsy Warrior

    Mangiamo! Hoboken: Gluten-Free Products {And Where to Find Them in Hoboken}, Part III

    Brain Freeze Bonanza: 5 {Hoboken} Hot Spots to Help You Cool Off

    Tales of a Hoboken Homeowner: AQP Creative Interior Design {is a Lifesaver}

    Tour de S’mores: 9 Ways to Celebrate National S’mores Day {in Hoboken + NYC}

    Hoboken Girl of the Week: Allison Strong {+Where You Can Watch Her Sing}

    The Hoboken Bride: A Guide to New Jersey Waterfront {Wedding Venues}

    10 Things $5 Can Buy You {in Hoboken}

    Hoboken Drinks: Best {Sangria} Spots in Hoboken

    …and lots more!

    We’ll be back Tuesday! Enjoy the break 🙂

    xo

    *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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