The small city of Hoboken, New Jersey, sits just across the Hudson River from Manhattan. There is a lot of cool stuff happening there, especially when it comes to the celebration of Halloween. It’s a fabulous place with a thriving waterfront and some amazing people who have created a community of fun. So plan your costume, and then sit back for the scoop on how to have a blast in Hoboken after dark. This is a must-see city!

Hoboken by the Numbers

They fondly call Hoboken the “Mile Square City.” The location measures about two square miles in size, and the population in 2023 is about 55,000-plus residents. For a tiny town, Hoboken delivers great energy, sidewalk cafes, cool architecture, fantastic shopping, memorable street fairs and festivals and the Hudson Walkway. It’s a colorful urban town, and folks enjoy the vibrant, busy street life.

Did you know that Hoboken also holds a unique title from any other location in the United States?

Indeed. These residents and visitors know how to party. Hoboken boasts the most bars per square mile in America! There are some 120 drinking places, and that’s why participating in a bar crawl across Hoboken is the ultimate Hallow’s Eve activity to pursue.

Halloween Hoboken Jersey-Style

Quaint neighborhoods and small city life make Hoboken the perfect place to explore the area and enjoy the best bars around. NYC next door can be an overload of the hustle and bustle, but in Hoboken, it’s easier to navigate and the ideal size for a Halloween night of fun, frivolity and flowing drinks.

Get this: Tickets are only $20 per person for the awesome Hoboken Halloween bar crawl! That’s a wee amount for such a spectacular time. You will be welcomed into the best entertainment venues across the “Mile Square City” without paying the door cover charges. Also, the best DJS around will be spinning the tunes for hours.

You and your friends and 100s of participants will be treated to up to 50% off drinks and up to 20% off select foods. It will be a spooktacular time for all, and three dates are scheduled.

The bar crawl is set for October 21 (Sat.), October 27 (Fri.) and October 28 (Sat.). Why not party at all three events?

Hoboken Bars on the List

No one can top this pub crawl, especially when it’s happening after dark in Hoboken. There are lots of bars on the list with exciting Kick-off, Halftime and After Party Entertainment:

  • Green Rock Tap & Grill
  • Wild Moose Saloon
  • Birch Nightclub
  • Texas Arizona
  • 80 River Bar
  • Lola Nightclub
  • Wicked Wolf Nightclub
  • Fat Taco Tequila Bar

Each venue is unique and offers an evening packed with drinks, food and good times. So put on your favorite Halloween costume and comfortable shoes to make your way across this happening small city. Hoboken has the finest drinking establishments, all located within walking distance.

From a Tequila Bar to an Industrial-Inspired Bar and More

Your pub crawl experts have arranged for the best collection of bars and nightclubs to experience in downtown Hoboken. For example, Fat Taco Tequila Bar serves up delicious tequila, margaritas and Sangria. The food is yummy, whether you’re biting down into tasty tacos or churros.

Meanwhile, 80 River Bar is another good one on the Halloween pub crawl party route. There, you’ll find a vintage auto garage-style bar with tons of music, live entertainment and plenty of beer and spirits.

Mike’s Wild Moose Saloon is another must-see spot with a sports bar scene, friendly vibe and fab DJs. You’ll have a ball, and the drinks keep comin’.

The Lola Nightclub is a fantastic establishment located on Sinatra Drive featuring a wonderful ambiance, elegant food and beautiful cocktails. It’s a great place to celebrate the Halloween evening Jersey-style.

Nothing can rival the ultimate bar crawl, and with a theme like Halloween, it will be massively fun. Don’t wait; buy your tickets now. Partying in Hoboken is one you’ll remember.

About the Author

Max Twin

Max Twin is currently a reporter for The US Voice based in United States. Prior to joining The US Voice in August 2022, he was a entertainment & News Reporter. Max studied journalism at Washington and Lee University, graduating in 2018.

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