Four Hoboken restaurants were named on Wine Spectator's list of Restaurant Wine List Awards.
The Turtle Club. According to Wine Spectator the restaurant's strenght lies with international wines, which are decently priced.
According to their website, The Turtle Club was derived from a social club that began in 1796, counting Alexander Hamilton, Aaron Burr and John Jay as members. Today, it is a bar where you can get fancy appetizers and mixed drinks and catch a sports game.
Also on the list of the 2011 restaurant wine awards is the Melting Pot. The fancy place along the waterfront is being recognized for its California wines. According to the Wine Spectator's web site, wines are moderately priced.
Madison Bar and Grill, located in uptown Hoboken, was named as one of the best places to have a glass—or a bottle—of wine. The cuisine at Madison is American fare, and may very well be worth the hike uptown.
Lastly, Court Street Bar and Grill is named as a place to go in Hoboken. This establishment will be given an award for its excellent wines, especially the California collection. According to Wine Spectator, wines are inexpensive.
With reporting by Jamie Schuh.