Hangover Cure

Best Hoboken Hangover Cures

Unfortunately, there is a bad side to going out and having a good time all night: the dreaded hangover. While there are many ways to help your hangover feel less (at least it feels like it) life threatening, there is only one proven way to completely eliminate it (I’ll get to that in a little bit). Everyone has their own special methods to cure their hangover. This is the official Hoboken Happy Hours hangover cure method.

1) Drink a glass of water before you go to sleep

This is the hardest one. You actually have to remember to drink a glass of water before going to sleep, and once you remember you have to stay awake long enough to drink it. It may be asking a lot, but you’ll be thanking me in the morning.

2) Replenish those electrolytes

I’m no scientist, so I’m not sure what electrolytes are but I know that when you’re hungover you don’t have a lot of them. I’ve done extensive research to determine that Cool Blue Gatorade is the best hangover drink in the morning. I’ve also heard Pedialyte works well, but I’ve never brought myself to purchase an infant’s beverage.

3) Porkroll, egg, and cheese

No explanation needed. (No, not Taylor Ham, porkroll)


This is the most important step. As I hinted at before, drinking is the only way to cure a hangover. Luckily in this lovely town of Hoboken we have the best drinking options around. May I suggest some bagels on Sundays at The Ale House. Or maybe the all you can drink (while eating) brunch at The Brass Rail is more your style. If you’re feeling adventurous you will probably want to check out the DIY Bloody Mary’s at Black Bear. Or you can get a bottle of champagne and bring it to Rosticeria da Gigi and mix it with some of their fresh squeezed OJ for some mimosas that are out of this world. I think you probably get my point by now. Find yourself somewhere to go and two drinks later you’ll be feeling like a million bucks.

If you follow these four simple guidelines, you’ll be feeling better in no time. Also, make sure you don’t have work the next day. If you do, there’s no way I can possibly help you, your day is going to suck.