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REVAMPED: The Ultimate Hoboken {Brunch So Hard} Guide

Whether you’re curing a hangover, trying to get drunk before noon without being judged, or simply looking for a perfectly poached egg to post on Instagram – brunch is a necessary part of any successful weekend. Luckily, there’s a place for everyone to brunch in Hoboken! 

Here it is everyone – the new and improved Hoboken Brunch Guide. WARNING: The following content contains yolk porn.



halifax brunch

Unlimited bottles of champagne, small plates, and a new make-your-own bloody mary bar – Halifax is a basic bruncher’s dream. And with that waterfront view, you better believe your Insta will hit well over 100 likes.

Willie McBride’s

willies brunch

At Willies, you can either get one free drink with your meal, or you can pay for a bottomless mimosa option for $10 extra. I think we all know the right decision here…


birch bloodies

Image: @birchhoboken

Birch recently began its bottomless brunch series, where you have the option to indulge in a brunch buffet, a bloody mary with so many toppings that it could be a meal, unlimited mimosas, or a mimosa tower for your squad.

Coco Havana

cocohavana brunch

Image: @cocohavananj

Bottomless brunch with a Cuban twist. Need I say more? I hear chorizo and black beans are just as effective as the Hair of the Dog.


Feels like Bottomless:

The Ainsworth

mac and cheese burger ainsworth


For everyone out there that posts Instagram pictures of their food, The Ainsworth is the place to be. You can keep it basic with the avocado toast, or you can break the internet with their legendary mac and cheeseburger.

Bin 14

bin 14 brunch

Bin 14 offers zeppoles (3 dipping sauces), 1 small plate, 1 entrée, and 1 complimentary Mimosa, Bellini, Bloody Mary, coffee, or tea for $29 (plus tax & gratuity). After complimentary beverage, all Mimosas, Bellinis, or Bloody Marys are $3 each for 90 minutes. This place takes your average breakfast dish and adds an Italian flair, like combining eggs and meatballs. Yes, it’s as good as it sounds.

City Bistro

city bistro

City Bistro isn’t messing around with the term “Sunday Funday” (cough cough, half price bottles of wine after 5pm). Top off your brunch with a rooftop pic of your squad!

House of ‘Que

hoq breakfast tacos

Image: @houseofque

House of ‘Que’s weekend brunch is served from 11am-4pm with all things BBQ; including these Smokehouse Breakfast Tacos. Pair these with one of their many brunch drink options!

The Shepherd & the Knucklehead

shep brunch

Brunch at The Shep combines your favorite brunch classics with breakfast tacos and quesadillas. Most importantly, they offer $27 Prosecco buckets and $15 sangria pitchers.

Brass Rail

brass rail

It may not be bottomless, but your wallet won’t notice the difference when every additional mimosa after your first complimentary brunch cocktail is only $2.

Court Street

court street


All brunch items are served with Court Street’s famous homemade Irish Soda Bread. You also have the ability to turn your glass of mimosa into a pitcher for only $12. #winning

Mikie Squared


When you’re looking to ditch the juice, Mikie Squared offers $10 Sangria pitchers. This way, you can have your fruit parfait and drink it too.

Stewed Cow

stewed cow

Stewed Cow’s $20 “Infamous Brunch” includes a choice of entree, two free drinks, and a “lil’ somethin’ from the house”. Take that as you will…

Union Hall

Union hall bloody mary

Union Hall is famous for their “unfinishable” brunch drinks. For $24 you can get four small plates and a giant chug of mimosa or bloody mary. Challenge accepted!




napolis brunch pizza

New to the brunch game, Napoli’s is serving up an epic breakfast pizza that oozes with yolk. Their tomato sauce is already drinkable, so all you have to do is bring your own vodka and you’ll have yourself the best bloody mary of all time.

Anthony David’s

anthony david's

The Lobster Benedict at Anthony David’s is not for the faint of heart (in the best way possible), especially when you break into it and experience some serious yolk porn. 

La Bouche Cafe

la bouche waffles

This charming French cafe is the perfect place to enjoy a chai latte and a dessert crepe that’s socially acceptable to eat for breakfast. They also serve one of the fluffiest omelets I’ve ever had.

Otto Strada

otto strada brunch

Because who doesn’t want pasta for breakfast? But that’s not your only option. Otto Strada’s brunch menu is full of variety… and lots of carbs.


Bring the Parents:

The Madison

madison brunch

If you plan on going to the Madison on a Sunday, make sure to wear your stretchy pants. For $31 per person, enjoy one brunch cocktail and a buffet that is sure to make everyone happy.

Pilsener Haus

Pilsener Haus pretzel

Don’t worry, Pilsener’s famous Bavarian Soft Pretzel is also available on their brunch menu, along with the Bavarian Radler cocktail. Swap out your eggs and orange juice and experience a new twist on brunch!


Amandas brunch

Image: @amandasretaurant


If you’re looking for an upscale brunch option, Amanda’s is your place to go. The cozy atmosphere and fancy cocktails are a great way to impress out-of-towners or parents.

Antique Bar & Bakery

antique bad ass brunch

Between its “Big Bad Ass Brunch” option, craft cocktails, and vintage charm, this place is a crowd pleaser. The exposed kitchen allows you to watch them perfectly char your 58-week dry-aged breakfast ribeye.

Elysian Cafe

elysian cafe

This is an old-fashioned brunch destination on Washington Street with great people-watching. If you’re a bloody mary enthusiast, these ones have a serious kick. Don’t say you weren’t warned! 

La Isla

la isla uptown

Whether you choose the old-school downtown location or the uptown location with fancy cocktails, you’ll be pleased. You can even ask Bobby Flay about their Food-Network-famous stuffed french toast!

Written by Gab Cerami

Gab is a full-time desk jockey, but fuller time foodie. Born and raised in New Jersey, Gab made her way to Hoboken over two years ago and has been on the hunt for the trendiest food scenes in the NYC area ever since. You can find her cooking her way through Chrissy Teigen’s cookbook (#gabandchrissy) and spending too much time capturing the right light to photograph a plate. Follow @brbcookingdinner on Instagram to check out all of her food pics and captions that include rap lyrics that replace the word “Yeezy” with “cheesy”.