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Complete Hoboken {Thanksgiving Eve} Guide 2018

Nationally dubbed as one of the most popular nights of the year to go out, Thanksgiving Eve is here, and Hoboken (as always) is be the place to be. Whether you and all of your friends from high school and college are meeting in the Mile Square and taking it by storm, or you are a resident of Hoboken who will be hosting the pre-game then moving to a bar-of-choice, the options are plentiful. Let’s take a look at different events that will be going on.

Cadillac Cantina

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Party the night away with DJ MALO at Cadillac Cantina!

 

Green Rock Tap & Grill

Green Rock Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving Even Green Rock style…start the holiday throwing napkins and dancing to the music of DJ Nunz.

 

The Madison Bar & Grill

Madison Thanksgiving

Pumpkin beer tap takeover at the Madison. Enjoy drink specials of the pumpkin and apple pie flavor all night long.

 

Texas Arizona

Texas Arizona Thanksgiving Eve

DJ Burak will be getting the Holiday Pregame started! Drink and shot specials all night long.

 

Black Bear

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Trivia presented by Trivia AD as well as drink specials including:

  • $4 Wild Turkey Shots
  • $4 Coors Light Drafts
  • $6 Jack Daniels Drinks

 

Birch

Birch Thanksgiving

Birch will be serving a free buffet from 9-11pm as well as Power Hour drinks specials:

  • $3 Shots
  • $4 Beers
  • $5 Drinks

Doors open at 9 and tickets are going fast so be sure to get yours now.

 

Kolo Klub

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Fall cocktail specials are on from 7pm-12am at Kolo Klub! Also wine and beer specials, no cover and games all evening.

 

Tally Ho

Tally Ho Thanksgiving

Tally Ho will be hosting a 90’s themed rager – grab your friends and your best Full House costume and get ready to dance the night away.

 

Village Pourhouse

Pourhouse Thanksgiving

Village Pourhouse will be bumping with music by DJ CAM all night long, so be sure to stop by.


Written by Anthony Montufar

Anthony is a die-hard Dallas Cowboys fan and although it has been a rough year, he is very thankful for the opportunity to once again watch his beloved team play on Thanksgiving Day. During the day you will find Anthony in mid-town Manhattan looking out of the window of his office and wishing he was anywhere but there. By nightfall he can found rounding the blocks of Hoboken as he prepares for his first half marathon. Anthony is extremely grateful for the bonds and relationships that he has made with the Hoboken Happy Hours family as well as all of those who interact with us.