No New Year's Plans Yet? Worry Not: Hoboken is Full of Options
It's party time!
The end of 2012 is near. And what better way to celebrate the end of this news-filled year, and the beginning of 2013, with a big party in Hoboken?
So, get your party outfit ready and take a look at some of the Mile Square's options to party the night away in Hoboken.
The Pilsener Haus is offering food, booze and the Times Square Ball drop on big screens. Entrance is $20, big parties should reserve. If you like beer and brats, this is your place.
For cocktails in a fancy loft, you can head upstairs, to the Kolo Club. Tickets are $100, which includes an open bar from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
The Brass Rail is promising "the best party" in town, with drink specials all night long, as well as a DJ. The Brass Rail is also offering a sit down gala dinner for $135 per person. If you prefer a more loungy feel, the party is upstairs.
The Village Pour House on First Street will also ring in the new year in style. You'll spend between $95 and $150 (depending on which package you pick). The more you pay, the more you can drink.
Across the street, at the Shannon, there will be a cover as well as a cash bar. DJ SkinnyJimmy will be there all night long and the bar is encouraging people to arrive as early as possible.
If you're going to ring in the new year in the comfort of your own home, Sushi Lounge is encouraging Hobokenites to do so with a stomach full of sushi. Reservations are available and the Sushi Lounge is also taking orders.