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Suggestions for places to go to in Hoboken when you are looking for a good time. Eat at an exotic restaraunt and party on at the many nightspots

Eat, Drink and Be Merry at Hoboken, New Jersey

Feb 21, 2014

A small city in Hudson City, New Jersey, Hoboken was once known as the birthplace of baseball and the famous Frank Sinatra. However, now Hoboken is famous for having a good time, especially with its bars, clubs and various restaurants all over the city.

Should you and your friends be looking for a place to party it out, or maybe planning for a foodie trip, hire a charter bus to Hoboken in New Jersey, and you will be more than spoilt for choice.

An Abundance of Eateries

There is a large variety of restaurants in Hoboken - whether you are in the mood for Cuban, Mexican, Spanish, Middle Eastern, French, Portuguese, German, Japanese or Chinese, you can find at least one restaurant that serves your favorite cuisine.

  • Trattoria Saporito: Italian cuisine at its finest, Trattoria serves killer gnocchi and pappardelle to die for, while their pastas are all homemade. It’s first come, first serve basis, so make sure you plan your timing properly before heading over. 328 Washington St., (201) 533-1801.
  • The Cuban Restaurant and Bar: If you are looking for a place with beautiful ambience, this is the place to be. Both restaurant and bar exudes class in a cultural Cuban setting. Signature dishes here are the Churrasco and Pollo Criollo. 333 Washington St., (201) 795-9899.
  • Mamoun's Falafel Restaurant: For some Middle Eastern cuisine, you won’t go wrong at Mamoun’s. Here, bus rental visitors can enjoy a variety of Lebanese food such as Falafel, Tabouleh, Hummus, Kabobs and Shawarmas. 502 Washington St., (201) 656-0310.
  • Biggie's Clam Bar: For seafood lovers, head over to this place for great seafood while watching the game. Biggie’s offer the freshest clams in town, and delicious Seafood Combo. 318 Madison St., (201) 656-2161

Partying at Bartown

Hoboken is also known infamously as Bartown, since they own more liquor licenses per capita than any other part of New Jersey. There is always something for every type of charter bus visitors in this area full of bars and lounges.

  • Maxwell's: For live bands in an intimate and casual place, this bar is a paradise for music enthusiasts. 1039 Washington Street, (201) 798-0406.
  • The Chandelier Room: Looking for something more upscale? This would be the place to go for a cocktail or a martini. 225 River Street, (201) 235-2520.

For a ball of a time with no hassle about driving back to your abode, call 1-800-304-1993 or 973-622-8143 to book a coach bus or to get a quote from the bus company.