Four Hoboken restaurants were named on Wine Spectator's list of Restaurant Wine List Awards.
. 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 fancy place along the waterfront is being recognized for its California wines. According to the Wine Spectator's web site, wines are moderately priced.
, 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, 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.
If you're not a wine drinker, don't worry. You can consult to see where the best beer can be found in town.
With reporting by Jamie Schuh.