A List of New Year’s Day {2018} Brunch Spots in Hoboken + Jersey City

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Even if you’re not celebrating New Year’s Eve traditional champagne and club/dinner style, New Year’s Day brunch is something that EVERYONE should celebrate. So since it’s technically a national holiday, we thought it’d be helpful to make a handy dandy list of Hoboken and Jersey City restaurants and bars that are open for New Year’s Day meals. Whether you’re looking for a hair of the dog Bloody Mary or a BYOB situation OR straight up lunch sans drinks, here’s a relatively comprehensive list of Hoboken and Jersey City spots open for New Year’s Day eats.


Disclaimer: These times and availability are subject to change; we recommend calling restaurants/bars for reservations.


Ainsworth {11AM-5PM}
Amanda’s {12AM-2:30PM}
Anthony David’s {9AM-3PM}
Bluestone Lane {8AM-6PM serving food all day}
Brass Rail {11-4PM} City Bistro {11:30-3:30PM}
Coco Havana {11-3PM}
Court Street {Early dinner 3PM-9PM}
Del Frisco’s {11:30AM-3:00PM}
Elysian Cafe {10-3:00PM}
Halifax {2 seatings: 11 and 11:15AM + 1:45 and 2PM}
Hoboken Gourmet Company {8AM all day} BYO
La Isla Downtown {7AM-10PM}
La Isla Uptown {10AM-3:45PM}
Madison Bar & Grill {10AM-4PM}
Malibu Diner {24 Hours}
Mikie Squared {10AM-2PM}
Northern Soul {12PM-4PM}
Onieals {Lunch starts at 11:30AM}
Stewed Cow {11AM-3PM}
The Shepherd and The Knucklehead {12PM-4PM}

That’s Hoboken, now here’s Jersey City:

Jersey City

Amelia’s Bistro {10AM-3PM}
Brownstone Diner {6AM – 9PM}
Beechwood Cafe {9AM-4PM}
Brightside Tavern {11AM-1AM}
City Diner {24 Hours}
Ed & Mary’s {Dinner starts at 5PM}
Fire & Oak {11AM open}
Hamilton Inn {10AM brunch all day}
Hamilton Pork {11AM brunch all day}
Hutton {11AM-3:30PM}
Iron Monkey {11AM-2PM}
Kitchen Step {11AM-2:45PM}Roman Nose {12-9:00 PM}
Light Horse Tavern {11AM-3PM}
Orale {12PM-3PM}
Patsey’s {10AM-3PM}
Porta {12PM-11PM}
Roman Nose {12-9PM}
Skinner’s Loft {11AM-4PM}
South House {4PM-7PM}
Talde {11AM-3:30PM}
VIP Diner {Open 24 Hours}
White Star Bar {11AM-4PM Brunswick Street}

These brunch and food spots were the businesses that responded to outreach from a larger, comprehensive list of restaurants and bars. We highly recommend calling to make a reservation or inquiring to make sure nothing has changed. But no matter where you end up, we hope it’s a great brunch and first day of 2018!

Haven’t made NYE plans yet? Click here for our full New Year’s Eve guide.

Did we miss anything that’s open? Leave a comment below!

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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.