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THE EATIN O’ THE GREEN in HOBOKEN


WHERE TO GET IRISH EATS IN HOBOKEN ON ST. PATRICK’S DAY.


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Hoboken will be hopping this Weekend with some organized pub crawls (pubcrawls.com).  Although the City cancelled the parade a few years ago, the mile square city is still a fabulous place to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.  If you are looking to get some traditional Irish fare in the bonny mile square city, the following are serving it this weekend. With this list, you can organize your own pub crawl or corned beef crawl, but remember, crawl responsibly.

Court Street Tavern.  Court Street has always been one of the best places to have a traditional corned beef and cabbage dinner.  Court Street will be serving Irish fare on March 16 and March 17 from 5-10 both days. Reservations are a great idea for this popular spot.

61 Sixth Street,

201-795-4695

Elysian Café: Owner, Eugene Flynn, will be adding Corned Beef and Cabbage to the Elysian menu on Sunday only.

1001 Washington St.

201-798-5898

Piccolo’s Interesting, an Italian Deli will be serving a special corned beef deli sandwich on March 15-16.

92 Clinton Street

201-653-0564

The Brass Rail Typically a spot for upscale continental, the BR will be offiering a special add on for March 17, traditional corned beef and cabbage

Corner 2nd and Washington

1-201-659-7074

Mulligans Corned Beef and Cabbage Sandwiches and traditional corned beef will be offered

159 First Street

201-876-4101

Maxwell’s  No corned beef and cabbage here, put the usual totally awesome Shepard’s Pie

11th and Washington

(201)798-0406

O’Nieals  Corned Beef and Cabbage on Sunday.

345 Fourth Street

201-6531492

Carpe Diem Corned Beef and Cabbage Saturday and Sunday.

1405 Grand Street

1-201-792-0050

McSwiggans:Corned Beef Sandwiches all weekend.

110 First Street

201-798-6800

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