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  • Hoboken St. Patty’s Day Celebration 2014: Events Guide


    It’s that time of year (even though snow is a’comin…) — the Annual Hoboken St. Patrick’s Day is HERE!

    SPD Celebration

    Over 30 venues will be participating and starts at 10AM – more info HERE.

    participating bars

    A few places that you can get your day started:

     Teak on the Hudson:

    16 Hudson Place

    SPD Teak on the Hudson

    Texas Arizona:

     76 River St.

    SPD Texas Arizona

    Wicked Wolf:

    120 Sinatra Dr.

    SPD Wicked Wolf



    Room 84:

    84 Washington St.

    SPD room 84


    Village Pourhouse:

    205 1st St.

    SPD Pourhouse


    Little Town New Jersey:

    310 Sinatra Dr.

    SPD Little Town


    The Stewed Cow:

    400 Adams St.

    SPD The Stewed Cow


    West 5:

    505 Madison St.

    SPD West Five


    Willie McBrides:

    616 Grand St.

    SPD Willie McBrides 2


    Pilsner Haus:

    1422 Grand St.

    SPD Pilsener Haus 3

     Why there is no Hoboken St Patty’s parade via

    The city would only allow the committee to hold a parade on a weekday, which made it nearly impossible to book performers — who typically work during the day, said Bill Coughlin, committee spokesman. Holding the event at night would be equally impractical, he said. The parade was held for the last 25 years in the city on the first Saturday of March, but in 2012, it stopped due to 34 arrests and two sexual assaults.The St. Patrick’s Day parade has long been a point of contention, and resurfaced during the recent elections. In October, mayoral and council candidates sparred over whether or not the parade should be revived.


    What are your thoughts? Will you be participating in the “unofficial” St. Patty’s Day celebration on Saturday in Hoboken? If you are, make sure to check out the HG Survival Guide HERE.

    Happy Festing!

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    Jen is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of She started the site to discover the wealth of fun things happening in Hoboken and Jersey City and surrounding Hudson County areas. When not planning the next Hoboken Girl event or #HobokenGirlHelps volunteer project, she can usually be found shopping at local boutiques, eating an Insta-worthy meal, walking her French bulldog Pierre, or watching some really bad {but oh-so-good} reality TV and ordering takeout with her husband.

    One comment

    • As a recently arrived Irish person this will be an essential guide in planning tomorrows fun thanks. One small point though…its St PaDDys not St PaTTy.
      Have a good one tomorrow, and might even see ye about.


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