Step out for the time of your life by visiting one or more of the New Jersey's popular bars, pubs, and clubs.
The night life in New Jersey can best be experienced by visiting one of the the top watering holes in the state.
The range of bars includes sports bars, singles bars, Irish Pubs, Country Bars, German Beer gardens, and neighborhood bars.The listed selections of the popular and best NJ bars and pubs along with picks for the best in class.
Best Bar in it's Class - A destination bar that you would travel out of your neighborhood to visit!
Mannion's Irish Pub
150 West Main Street (Route 28)
Irish beers, DJ music, Karaoke, and a second floor Club House Sports Bar that features 8 HD TV's, Pool Table, tournaments, DJ Dancing every Friday and Saturdays, Thursday night Karaoke, beer and shot specials Daily . A great place to celebrate St. Patrick's day.
58-60 New Street
A "Cheers style" neighborhood bar frequented by retired cops, college students and local Newark residents
Miami Mike's Sports Zone
130 Route 10
East Hanover, NJ
On of NJ's top sports bars with over 50 satellite TV's covering every game available. They have a full lunch and dinner menu daily with nightly entertainment including live bands, all UFC and PPV events
Molly Maguire's Pub & Restaurant
1085 Central Avenue
A good place to experience a taste of Ireland with pints of Guinness draught and glasses filled with Smithwick's Irish Ale as you experience to music of their Irish Sessi'uns and other performers who know and play the occasional rebel tune.
159 First Street (Between Bloomfield & Garden)
Hoboken, New Jersey
Very popular Hoboken Pub ... especially with European /soccer. It is considered to be the best place in New Jersey to watch soccer. The bar is adorned with soccer related stuff. Also a good place for Phillies sports. Lots of large screen TV's, packed house when sports are on TV and great beers... especially Guinness.
233 Harrison Ave
An Irish pub with the finest beers and whiskies of Ireland and Scotland with live and original Irish music
15 Firehouse Lane
A Sports Bar featuring satellite TV, dart boards, arcade style golf, touchscreen gaming, Wi-Fi internet access, trivia, Karaoke and great local cover bands on Fridays and Saturdays! They also have agrest Beer Tower.
The Ship Inn
61 Bridge st.
Milford, NJ 08848
Situated in rural western New Jersey's scenic Delaware valley, The Ship Inn has the distinction of being the first brew pub in New Jersey to brew beer since prohibition. The reason to come to this brew pub is for a bit of history, and their seven barrel craft beer brewing system! It's also a good place for a low-key casual place to meet with friends for some craft beers and casual food.
Plank Road Inn
1538 Paterson Plank Rd
One of NJ's top sports bars with sports events covered on 40 TV's. Coverage includes every NFL game, over 750 NCAA Basketball games Including every March Madness game, 35 Major League Baseball games a week, and NCAA Football on ESPN. Domestic beers are half price during happy hour.Â
1081 Route 46
A popular sports bar and pub featuring TV football and UFC fight nights. Local cover bands are also a draw packing the crowds in every nightÂ
The Auld Shebeen
on the lobby level inside the Hanover Marriott
1401 Rte 10 East
An Irish pub with Irish whiskies, ales, and beers in a reconstructed Irish Pub with the interior made from imported construction fixtures from Ireland. popular spot for Monday-Friday Happy Hours.
96 River Street
Draft Irish beers with the 2nd floor having darts and a DJ on Fridays and Saturday nights, Sports TV's for Sunday football.
616 Grand Street
Live Irish music and beers with 18 HD Large Screen TV's for sports events, as well as a pool table and dart boards.
Zeppelin Hall Restaurant and Biergarten
88 Liberty View Drive
Jersey City, NJ
Zeppelin Hall is as close to an authentic German style Biergarten as you will find in the U.S. This is a huge restaurant with both indoor and outdoor seating and spaces where hundreds of people gather to drink beer, eat, and socialize in a festive atmosphere. The crowd is young and energetic, and is popular with college students and the 21 to 30+ crowd who come in groups to have a unique beer drinking experience. During Oktoberfest, there is a huge outdoor Biergarten almost the size of a football field with trees, beer-branded umbrellas, and long tables, that can accommodate over 800 people