Best Brunch: O’nieals’ Irish Breakfast

Best Brunch: O’nieals’ Irish Breakfast

Posted on 06. Aug, 2009

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Before O’neals, I have never dealt with the massive undertaking of a traditional Irish Breakfast. A popular dish raved across the foodie community as a plate piled-high with a full fry-up of delectable ingredients packed with distinct Irish flavors. And when it comes to those flavors, O’nieals makes sure they get it right each time, with most of their main ingredients delivered by a company specializing in fresh Irish gourmet foods. So if you’re looking for an Irish restaurant that’s got a nice classy, homey feel, and the food that will make you bust out that Irish stepdance, visit O’nieals and try this classic dish.

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1st Annual Hoboken Pub Golf Bar Crawl

1st Annual Hoboken Pub Golf Bar Crawl

Posted on 02. Aug, 2009

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What do you get when you combine golf rules with beer drinking and leave out all the boring stuff in the middle? One truly epic night of drunken debauchery! Hoboken buddies Tommy “Stizzles” and Mike T. hosted the 1st annual Hoboken Pub Golf Bar Crawl this past weekend, and I was honored to be invited and take part in this pinnacle game of choice in the modern sporting era. We all finished strong after an amazing 8 bar course and because we were all too smashed to keep track of the champion, I would say we all ended the night victorious.

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Hoboken Historical Museum

Hoboken Historical Museum

Posted on 01. Aug, 2009

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Anyone could say that the actual city of Hoboken is a museum in and of itself. We walk on ground that was once trekked on by the Lenape Indians, Henry Hudson, Colonel Stevens, Frank Sinatra and Gideon Sundback, the Swedish engineer who invented the first zipper. Everyday we pass historical landmarks, from Elysian Park, baseball’s birthplace to the first Blimpie establishment. Being a history buff myself, once in a while I like to take a step back and think how history is all interconnected and appreciate everything that has happened up until my existence. Recently, I satisfied my craving for Hoboken history by visiting the Hoboken Historical Museum.

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Hoboken Boat House: Free Kayaking Day

Hoboken Boat House: Free Kayaking Day

Posted on 25. Jul, 2009

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I finally got the chance to take advantage of the free kayaking this weekend in Hoboken. Yes, I came in contact with Hudson River water and did not turn into a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle! And overall, I have to say it was one of the most relaxing activities I’ve done in a long time in town. Once you get into that river, you can paddle your way to a clear, relaxed mind and of course, get some much-needed exercise. Last day to kayak for free until next summer is on August 15, so be sure to check it out!

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St. Ann’s Festival 2009

St. Ann’s Festival 2009

Posted on 22. Jul, 2009

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Over the next few days, you’ll be hearing live music and smelling irresistible food aroma traveling all the way from Jefferson Street in Hoboken. St. Ann’s Church will be hosting their annual festival to commemorate the feast of Saint Ann, the patron saint of women in the Roman Catholic Church. Today marks the festival’s 99th year, so come enjoy the games, rides, food and live entertainment this week. View dates, times and performance details after the jump.

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