• Bars to Watch Super Bowl LII {2018} in Hoboken Depending on Your Mood

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    If you can’t make it to Minneapolis for Super Bowl LII, you won’t be disappointed if you’ll be spending your Super Bowl Sunday 2018 in the good ol’ Mile Square {although we can’t promise the weather will be any colder than it is in MI}. There’s no lack of things to do in Hoboken on a regular Sunday Funday, so you can imagine that Super Bowl Sunday is no different {and then some}. Whether you’re looking to chug some beer or eat an endless amount of wings {or both because, duh}, we’ve got you covered. Keep reading for a list of bars where you can watch Super Bowl LII 2018 in Hoboken.

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    SUPER BOWL 2018 in HOBOKEN:

    Black Bear Bar + Grill {205 Washington Street}

    For when you want TVs {and a whole lot of ’em}: Black Bear has over 50 TVs including a 25 foot HDTV above the bar, making this the perfect place to watch the big game {or 2…}, and not to mention, they have a full menu with great food and drinks.

    Regular Sunday Specials {11AM-3PM} — $7 make your own bloody mary, $5 mimosas, $5 blue moon, $6 manmosas + $6 sangria

    Super Bowl Sunday Bonus — prize raffles

    Mikie Squared {616 Washington Street}

    For when you want a good burger or mimosas: Mikie Squared does not disappoint when it comes to their burgers and wraps, but more importantly, they have mimosa flights. Yup.

    Regular Sunday Specials {All day} — $10 sangria pitchers, $15 specialty pitchers, $12 pitchers of Coors Light + Yuengling, specialty mimosa menu, + mimosa flights

    Super Bowl Sunday Bonus — jersey raffles

    Mill’s Tavern {125 Washington Street}

    For when you want fresh food with your drinks: Mill’s Tavern takes pride in their menu as all of their bread comes from local bakeries {they even hand-cut their fries #yum}. They also have “NFL” Sundays with some great drink specials {listed below}.

    Regular Sunday Specials — $3 mimosas, $6 Jack Daniels, $11.99 Bud Light Pitchers, $15 Bud Light buckets

    Super Bowl Sunday Bonus — giveaways

    Green Rock {70 Hudson Street}

    For when you want a s#!t load of wings and cheap ones at that: Home of dollar beers on Tuesdays, Green Rock also offers 50 cent wings on Sundays {yes please}. Keep an eye out for their burger + beer of the month, too.

    Regular Sunday Specials — 50-cent wings.

    1 Republik {221 Washington Street}

    For when you’re over the typical bar-scene: 1 Republik has a huuuge island bar in the middle that is surrounded by 40+ TVs. They have over 80 beers on tap and some of the yummiest apps in town {two words: truffle. tots.}

    Regular Sunday Specials — $2 mimosas, $5 margaritas {until 1PM}, $12 select pitchers, $6 split of sparkling {8PM til close}, $40 bucket — 5 domestic bottles + 5 green tea shots {1PM-close}.

    Madison Bar & Grill {1316 Washington Street}

    For when you want to fill up before the big game: The Madison is known for their delicious Sunday brunch that features an entire buffet full of goodness. They also have great specials for football Sundays {listed below}.

    Regular Sunday Specials — wings, beer + slider specials, bucket + mule specials, and a DJ.

    City Bistro {56 14th Street}

    For when you wanna hangout on a rooftop: City Bistro is one of the few Hoboken restaurants/bars that have a rooftop. Plus, with this crazy cold/warm weather, maybe the rooftop will be practical on Superbowl Sunday {we can dream, right?}

    Regular Sunday Specials — $4 mimosas, bellini’s, + bloody marys, $10 signature brunch cocktails, $8 specialty coffees {Brunch — 10AM-3PM} + half-priced bottles of wine all night.

    10th & Willow {935 Willow Avenue}

    For when you want dessert in drink form: Not only is the food aaamaaazing at 10th & willow {buffalo calamari and shrimp FTW}, but they literally have a part of the menu dedicated to dessert martinis. Sign us up, PLZ.

    Regular Sunday Specials — happy hour from 7PM-11PM.

    Hotel Victor {77 Hudson Street}

    For when you want to be close to the PATH: There’s no time limit on these specials. Hotel Victor has an extensive list of alcohol specials that you can enjoy ALL day.

    Regular Sunday Specials — $12 beer pitchers, $15 buckets, $25 mimosa buckets, $7 bacon Bloody Mary.

    Wicked Wolf {120 Sinatra Drive}

    For when you want to go to a LEGIT football party: Wicked Wolf hosts their “Sunday Football Party” every Sunday during football season. The party is filled with specials, food, and entertainment {read: DJ plays beats at commercials}.

    Regular Sunday Specials —$3 Modelo drafts, $20 modelo towers, $4 Coors Light cups, $4 Coors Light bottles, $20 Coors Light towers or buckets.

    Pilsener Haus & Biergarten {1422 Grand Street}

    For when you want a huge pretzel with your beer: Grab a pretzel bigger than your head then wash it down with some beer at Hoboken’s only biergarten {they are also family-friendly — kids are welcome until 8pm}.

    Regular Sunday Specials — $6 haus wine, $6 speciality apps, $7 haus cocktails, $13 beer + brat, 50% off pretzels {8PM-closing}.

    McSwiggin’s Pub {110 1st Street}

    For when you want smoke coming out of your drink: Home of the “smoking Phoenix Bomb”, this Irish-pub has a whole lot of other drinks to choose from.

    Regular Sunday Specials — $11 pitchers of Bud Light, $5 wings, $6 nachos, $15 Blue Moon pitchers, $15 Goose Island pitchers, $6 mimosa or Bloody Mary.

    Tally Ho {215 Washington Street}

    For when you want to play games while you drink: From darts, to shuffle board, and even monthly beer pong tournaments, Tally Ho is sooo much more than just a bar {but they definitely don’t lack in the drink department either}.

    Regular Sunday Specials — $9.99 personal pitchers, $5 green tea shots, plus beer pong tournaments and a chance to spin their prize wheel.

    Hudson Tavern {51 14th Street}

    For when you just want to chill: Hudson Tavern, {located uptown away from the more hectic bar scene} is a good Sunday option if you’re looking for more of a laid back scene.

    Regular Sunday Specials — $13 fish n chips with a choice of beer or glass of wine

    Willie McBride’s {616 Grand Street}

    For when you want to play pool: If you’re a Hoboken native, you’ve seen Willie McBride’s free limo driving around {unfortunately it’s only available on Fridays + Saturdays}. That’s not the only awesome thing about this bar, though — they have pool tables in the back along with darts and arcade games.

    Regular Sunday Specials — $5 Bacardi mixed drinks, $15 bucket of Bud Light, Budweiser, or Miller Lite, $3 Blue Ribbon, Miller Lite, Bud Light, + Coors Light pints, $12 Blue Ribbon, Miller Lite, Bud Light, + Coors Light pitchers plus discounted apps.

    The Stewed Cow {400 Adams Street}

    For when you want to ride a bull: The only place in Hoboken with a mechanical bull, the Stewed Cow brings a taste of the South to Hoboken. They also have yuuuummy food and a pretty impressive whiskey selection.

    Regular Sunday Specials — Brunch {$20 per person} includes 2 brunch cocktails, one entree, + a “little something” from the house.

    The Shepherd & The Knucklehead {1313 Willow Avenue}

    For when you want a huuge selection of craft beer: Beer lovers rejoice, this pub has 60 beers on tap.

    Regular Sunday Specials — 75 cent wings + $15 pitchers.

    Birch {92 River Street}

    For when you’re feeling nostalgic: Birch is uniquely Hoboken’s go-to milkshake spot as well as nightclub. Grab a milkshake along with your bottomless mimosas; we’re not judging.

    Regular Sunday Specials —  bottomless mimosas + Bloody Marys per USH.

    Hoboken Bar & Grill {230 Washington Street}

    For when you wanna do brunch first: Start with brunch {10AM-4PM} then hang around for happy hour and play some shuffle board while you get your drink on.

    Regular Sunday Specials — happy hour {4-8PM} $4 all draft beers, house wines, well drinks, + fireball shots, $5 Jack/Captain + Coke, + $15 sangria pitchers.

    ***The following bars’ specials are TBD***

    Mulligan’s {159 1st Street}

    For when you’re an Eagle’s fan: If you’re an Eagles fan, you’re in luck — not only because your team is going to the Super Bowl, but because Mulligan’s is an Eagles bar so there’s no need to travel to Philly to properly root for your team.

    Mike’s Wild Moose Saloon {30 Newark Street}

    For when you’re feelin’ country: Enjoy drinks, food, + country music in a saloon-atmosphere at Hoboken’s only country bar.

    Biggie’s {36-42 Newark Street}

    For when you want a Hoboken classic: Sit at a table + order some some food or hang at the bar while you watch the game at this staple Hoboken joint.

    East LA {508 Washington Street}

    For when you want frozen margaritas: If you live in Hoboken you know how dangerous East LA’s margaritas could be {dangerous, or a good time? you decide}. Order some apps and chug some frozen margaritas for the ultimate Sunday Funday.

    The Hub {16 Hudson Place}

    For when you want to go to an ULTRA sports bar {see what we did there?}: Hoboken Ultra Bar {HUB} is the ultimate sports bar by day + nightclub by night.

    Union Hall {306 Sinatra Drive}

    For when you want to enjoy tapas, Sunday-style: Union Hall’s menu is faaaar from your typical bar menu. From porter house steaks to french onion mac + cheese balls {this is not a drill, that’s a real thing}. They also have some unique {+ yummy} cocktails and a great wine selection.

    Carpe Diem {1405 Grand Street}

    For when you want the best wings in town: Football = wings and it’s no secret that Carpe Diem is known to have the best wings in town. Their drink list is also impressive — from cocktails, to beers, to wines, and boozy hot chocolate {mmhmm}.

    Cadillac Cantina {80 River Street}

    For when you want Mexican-style bar food: From guac, to fajitas, to tacos + more, reschedule your Taco Tuesday for Sunday and enjoy some drinks + Mexican fare while you watch the game.

    Village Pourhouse {205 1st Street}

    For when you wanna party with a DJ downtown : Village Pourhouse almost always has a live DJ and this bar takes football pretty seriously.

    Where will you be spending Super Bowl Sunday? Do you have any other fave Sunday Funday spots? Let us know in the comments so we can check them out too!


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    Briana is a born-and-raised Hoboken Girl who embraces both the new and old aspects of the Mile Square. She’s a freelance writer, works in social media, and more importantly (but not really) — a cat lover and total foodie. When she’s not working, she can be found convincing herself to buy something at Sephora or Target, eating mussels with her fiancé at Leo’s, or planning her next Disney vacation.