Mulligans 159 1st St, Hoboken, NJ07030 Mulligans on First Street is a classic Irish Pub with plenty of beers on tap and a menu that includes a full Irish…More breakfast served all day. Mulligans is also known as "New Jersey's premier football venue," and it means the kind of football that is known as soccer here in the U.S. Mulligans also has a private party room available.
ABL Sports 77 Park Ave, Hoboken, NJ07030 ABL Sports is an organizer of adult sports leagues servicing the counties of Hudson, Passaic and Bergen. Individuals can…More sign up to join volleyball, flag football, soccer, basketball and softball teams and leagues. Teams meets at a variety of different venues in the area, including Branch Brook Park Fields in Belleville, Reese Field in Bogota, Nutley-Yantacaw Park in Nutley and the Hoboken High School gym and football field. Schedules for upcoming games and competitions and information on league standings and player stats are all available through the website. Registration also may be completed through the website.
BPOE No. 74 1005 Washington St, Hoboken, NJ07030 The Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks 74 holds meeting on the first and third Thursday of every month. The Elks is…More a national fraternal organization that works to support youth, veterans and the general community. Hoboken's Elks lodge has a bar and offers Monday night football parties for the community at large.
Lepore's Homemade Chocolates 105 4th St, Hoboken, NJ07030 Mario Lepore's chocolate shop design desserts to order and allows guests to customize traditional milk or dark…More chocolates. The display cases feature chocolate footballs, turkeys and cake decorations.
Gaslight Restaurant & Bar 400 Adams St, Hoboken, NJ07030 Gaslight is a neighborhood pub, very popular for its brunch, football games, and six plasma televisions. It runs…More several specials throughout the week, including ladies night, trivia, steak night and daily happy hours with half-price drafts, wines by the glass and well drinks. Everything is made to order, so vegetarians can feel free to make special requests.
Texas Arizona 76 River St, Hoboken, NJ07030 Texas Arizona is a popular sports bar and restaurant. There are 28 high-definition monitors, two large televisions and…More free Wi-Fi available. There is live music and DJs on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. There are specials for Sunday football.
Three A's 500 Grand St, Hoboken, NJ07030 Set back from the hustle and bustle of Washington Street, Three A's is a neighborhood restaurant and bar featuring…More hardwood floors and original tin ceilings. Floor to ceiling velvet curtains separate the bar and the dining room, allowing Three A's to create a quiet dining experience while also providing a great spot to watch your favorite teams in action. There are drink and appetizer specials at the bar during football games. The name comes from the names of the owner's wife and daughters, Antoinette, Amanda and Adriana.
10th & Willow Bar & Grill 935 Willow Ave, Hoboken, NJ07030 10th & Willow Bar & Grill has a plethora of hearty food and drink selections. It is open for lunch seven days a…More week and has a happy hour on weekdays. It also has daily specials, such as $5 all-you-can-eat wings on Mondays and half-price entrees on Wednesdays. If you are a football fan, this is a great place to watch the game and eat a delicious meal.
Clinton Social Club 700 Clinton St, Hoboken, NJ07030 Clinton Social is the newest midtown establishment, offering a sophisticated dining and drinking experience located at…More 700 Clinton St. Opened in the summer of 2009, the bar and restaurant is great for large groups, with the hardwood floors, wood-paneled walls and exposed brick creating a classy atmosphere. There is a separate dining room in the back of the space, and there are daily drink and happy hour specials, as well as half-price fusion plates on Thursdays. During the football season, it offers half-price wings and draft beer for $4.
Hobson's Choice 77 Hudson St, Hoboken, NJ07030 Opened in 1996, this low-key downtown bar is conveniently located across the street from the PATH. It's easy to find, on…More the corner beneath the historic Hotel Victoria sign, and is one of the best spots for people-watching or shooting pool. It draws an average happy hour crowd. Extra tables are added on Sundays during football season, as Hobson's features 12 plasma televisions. There are always beer specials, as well as Sangria Sundays in the summer months.
Farside Bar & Grill 531 Washington St, Hoboken, NJ07030 Farside is an incredibly laid-back neighborhood bar, with a private deck, accessed through the back of the bar and open…More all year. It also features a fireplace and wicker furniture. The crowd is full of regulars, and the bartenders get to know new faces in minutes. The kitchen is closed for the beginning of 2010, so patrons are welcome to bring in food from other restaurants. It opens earlier during football season, based on customer demand.
Buskers Bar & Grill 94 Bloomfield St, Hoboken, NJ07030 With three dining rooms, Buskers is one of Hoboken's largest bars. The bar area dominates the main room, with two…More smaller dining rooms to the left. Each room features a working fireplace and carved wooden decor. The bar, tiled flooring and all decorations were imported from Ireland. Buskers is busiest at happy hour and all day on Sundays during football season. There are 21 plasma televisions, 15 inside and six outside, so fans never miss a game. Hoboken natives and childhood friends Joe Mascolo and Christopher Metclafe have owned the Irish pub since summer 2008.
Lisa's Italian Deli 901 Park Ave, Hoboken, NJ07030 Since 1971, Lisa's Italian Deli has been serving mozzarella to its loyal customers. It's how Anthony Lisa earned the…More title "Mozzarella Boss." NJ Monthly named Lisa's "Best Deli, Italian Style" in the 2008 and 2009 Reader's Choice Awards. The family ages its wheels of imported provolone cheese. There is one standing table in the center of the space so most customers take their orders to go as they catch up with the Lisa family. On Sunday mornings the place is packed with football fans picking up their tailgating fare.