• New Year’s Eve 2016: Hoboken Girl’s {Top 10} Party Destinations

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    It’s that time of year again. A time to party & reminisce over the past year—with a champagne flute in hand, of course. But where? We’ve selected our top 10 destinations for this Thursday night’s festivities so instead of searching, all you have to worry about is what you’re wearing {and perhaps a reservation or two!}.
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    Here are our {Top 10} New Year’s Eve Parties in &  around Hoboken…in no particular order:

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    1. Anthony Davids || 953 Bloomfield Street {Hoboken}

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    Anthony David’s is hosting three different seatings again this year for those who like to wine and dine on NYE. Choose from a 3 or 4-course dinner {which get progressively more expensive depdning on time and amount of menu items} at one of our favorite BYOB restaurants. Be sure to reserve your table early before it’s too late.

    2. Onieals || 343 Park Avenue {Hoboken}

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    If you’re not looking to spend an arm & a leg on a ticket for NYE but still want to go out, head on over to Onieals—$10 {$15 at the door}.

    3. Battello || 502 Washington Blvd {Jersey City}

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    For $200 per person, experience an enchanted evening at Battello. From 8:30 PM – 12:30 AM this black tie affair includes a premium open bar, gourmet passed hors d’oeuvres, a photo booth, champagne toast at midnight, hookah lounge & DJ. Sounds like so much fun – especially with this “Alice and Wonderland” theme they have going on!

    4. Blue Eyes ||  525 Sinatra Drive {Hoboken}

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    Spend the night on Hoboken’s waterfront {with NYC views!} at Blue Eyes. Enjoy a pre-fixed menu for just $65 per person{+ gratuity} that includes two glasses of wine {or beer} and champagne at midnight! {You know that will include their pizza, which won Best of Hoboken 2015}.

    5. Wicked Wolf || 120 Sinatra Drive {Hoboken}

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    From 8:00pm-1:00am, Wicked Wolf will have a 5 hour open bar, a full dinner buffet, a complimentary champagne toast at midnight, party favors, and a DJ for $95! {+ an after party starting at 1:00amequipped with late night snacks!}. You can always count on the wolf for a good time.

    6. Pilsener Haus || 1422 Grand Street {Hoboken}

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    Who says kids can’t go out for NYE? Pilsener Haus says they can! {from 4:30pm-8:40pm, that is}. Later on, Pilsener Haus is offering adults table packages for $10 per person (10 person table minimum) or general admission for just $20 per person.

    7. Zeppelin Hall || 88 Liberty View Drive {Jersey City}

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    Zeppelin Hall is offering FREE parking, complimentary party accessories and a DJ  all for NO cover. Just no drinking and driving, ladies and gents. The light rail is your best option!

    8. House Of Que’ || 340 Sinatra Boulevard {Hoboken}

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    For a country-themed New Year’s Eve, House Of Que’ is the place to be! New York’s country radio station, NASH 94.7 fm, is hosting the party with special guest, Big Hix. A $75 general admission provides a four hour open bar, champagne toast and breakfast buffet at  3:00AM. The $125 VIP ticket gets you all the general admission perks, with an additional BBQ dinner & reserved table.

    9. Barcade || 163 Newark Avenue {Jersey City}

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    NO cover, oysters, complimentary champagne & games? Sounds like a fun night to us!!

    10. Lulu’s || 225 River Street {Hoboken}

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    Who doesn’t love a Masquerade ball? Especially one with a 5 hour open bar, that is.

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    Whatever you decide to do, have a wonderful {safe} night ringing in the new year!

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    Cheers to 2016!


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    Meg is a twenty-something “old soul” and is known to leave {red} lipstick marks on her coffee mugs. She moved to Hoboken last year for a boy {a wonderful one at that} and has happily resided uptown since. When she’s not writing our weekly events guide, she’s a real estate agent and an amateur photographer. You can usually find Meg at a local coffee shop, a hot yoga studio, or home with her two cats, Penny Lane & Lucy. She loves a good glass of wine and cooking to her favorite band, The Beatles. Show this girl a sense of humor or recommend some good fiction and she’ll love you, dearly.


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