Join Art House Productions tonight for Cocktails Under The Stars, a glamorous mid-summer party honoring actorMatt Servitto (The Sopranos, Sex and the City, Brotherhood),Robert PolicastroandMorgan Refakis(Producer of Art House Productions’ Your Move Festival) with awards. Cocktails Under the Stars will be held tonight; Thursday, August 1st, 2019 from 6pm-9:30pm on the rooftop terrace of Charles and Co., located at 201 Montgomery Street, Jersey City, NJ 07302.
Cocktails Under the Stars will feature hors d’oeuvres, cocktails, wine and beer, music, and a 50/50 raffle.
Hudson Restaurant Week is a dining promotion twice a year when the restaurants are usually slow, January and July. You pick a participating restaurant, make a reservation or visit, and enjoy a meal at a discount. It’s a biannual celebration of dining in Hudson County with prix-fixe discounted menus. During Hudson Restaurant Week, get social and tag your photos or post while your eating with #HudsonRW for a chance for Hudson Restaurant Week to pay your meal!
How it works?
Enjoy a great discounted meal is sooo easy!
Choose a restaurant: search and find a restaurant right for you, your group, your taste.
Make a reservation: either online through OpenTable, call a restaurant or take your chance and walk-in.
Bon Appetit: skip cooking and enjoy your prix-fixe meal!
Hoboken: Amanda’s, Anthony David’s, Barbes, Bin 14, Birch Hoboken, Brass Rail, Coco Havana, Court Street Restaurant, Del Frisco’s Grille, Dino & Harry’s, Halifax, House of ‘Que, Hudson Taven, Leo’s Grandevous, The Madison, Soul Curry, Stewed Cow, Sushi Lounge and Union Hall are all participating in Hudson Restaurant Week.
Restaurants located on 14th Street, Bloomfield Street, Grand Street, Hudson Street, Newark Street, Park Avenue, River Street, Sinatra Drive, Sixth Street, and Washington Street.
Hudson Tavern, 51 14th Street
Dino & Harry’s, 163 14th Street
Stewed Cow, 400 Adams Street
Anthony David’s, 953 Bloomfield Street
Leo’s Grandevous, 200 Grand Street
Sushi Lounge, 200 Hudson Street
Coco Havana, 32 Newark Street
Barbes, 1300 Park Avenue
Cadillac Cantina, 80 River Street
Birch Hoboken, 92 River Street
Del Frisco’s Grille, 221 River Street
Halifax, 225 River Street
Union Hall, 306 Sinatra Drive
House of ‘Que, 340 Sinatra Drive
Court Street Restaurant & Bar, 61 Sixth Street
Brass Rail, 135 Washington Street
Amanda’s Restaurant, 908 Washington Street
Bin 14, 1314 Washington Street
Madison Bar & Grill, 1316 Washington Street
Jersey City: Amelia’s Bistro, Ani Ramen, Barge Inn, Bistro La Source, Edward’s Steakhouse, Fire & Oak, Hamilton Inn, Hamilton Pork, Hard Grove, Harry’s Daughter, Hudson & Co, Hudson Hall, Jersey Social, Laico’s, Latham House, Liberty House Restaurant, Liberty Prime Steakhouse, Pasta Dal Cuore, Pasta e Vino, Piggyback Bar, Rumba Cubana, Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse, Satis Bistro, South House, Talde, The Franklin and Green Pear Cafe are all participating in Hudson Restaurant Week.
Restaurants located on 1st Street, 2nd Street, 3rd Street, 10th Street, Erie Street, Hudson Street, Jersey Avenue, Marin Boulevard, Montgomery Street, Morris Street, Newark Avenue, Pavonia Avenue, Terhune Avenue, Warren STreet, Washington Boulevard and Washington Avenue.
Hard Grove, 284 1st Street
Hudson & Co., 3 2nd Street
Barge Inn, 324 3rd Street
Hamilton Pork, 247 10th Street
Talde, 8 Erie Street
Piggyback Bar, 200 Hudson Street
Kitchen Step, 500 Jersey Avenue
Pasta Dal Cuore, 527 Jersey Avenue
Hamilton Inn, 708 Jersey Avenue
Edward’s Steakhouse, 239 Marin Boulevard
Latham House, 299 Marin Boulevard
Hudson Hall, 364 Marin Boulevard
Liberty Prime Steakhouse, 111 Montgomery Street
Bistro La Source, 85 Morris Street
Porta, 135 Newark Avenue
Pasta E Vino, 136 Newark Avenue
The Ashford, 145 Newark Avenue
South House, 149 Newark Avenue
Ani Ramen, 218 Newark Avenue
Rumba Cubana, 235 Pavonia Avenue
GP’s Hamilton Park, 236 Pavonia Avenue
Laico’s, 67 Terhune Avenue
Amelia’s Bistro, 187 Warren Street
Villa Borghese III, 475 Washington Boulevard
Fire & Oak, 479 Washington Boulevard
Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse, 499 Washington Boulevard
Light Horse Tavern, 199 Washington Street
Satis Bistro, 212 Washington Street
Chart House, House of ‘Que, Molos and Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse are participating in Hudson Restaurant Week!
Your Key To The City savings are offered exclusively through NY Waterway. NY Waterway staff negotiated great deals and made it even better by discounting 28% off round-trip transportation from Port Imperial to Midtown. They have easy, secure parking at the terminal; you can hop on the frequent ferries and use their free shuttles to get to your location. It couldn’t be easier, safer or a more fun way to visit the city with family, friends or out-of-town guests. Adults pay $13 (instead of $18), children ages 6-11 pay $10 (instead of $12) and children 5 and under are always free. With each package you also receive a $2 savings coupon off the posted rates for parking at the terminal.
Unlock the best New York City has to offer; attractions, destinations, culture, arts and more in Midtown and Downtown Manhattan.
Attractions: Empire State Building, Madame Tussaud’s and Ripley’s Believe It or Not!
Empire State Building – America’s most famous landmark and international icon has been featured in more than 250 films. Enjoy unmatched views of New York from the 86th and 102nd floor observatories.
Madame Tussauds – Madame Tussauds has all the stars, politicians, supermodels and superheroes in one place 365 days a year.
Ripley’s Believe It or Not! – Believe It or Not! showcases the odd and celebrates the weird. Robert Ripley traveled the world collecting the unbelievable, the inexplicable and the one-of-a-kind.
CitySights 90-minute Midtown Cruise – The most convenient cruise in midtown! Your NY Waterway ferry pulls up right next to the tour ferry pier. See the sights, then stay in town and explore on your own.
Double Decker Bus – Enjoy this double-decker sightseeing bus combo to see the best of New York City. The All Loops Tour includes Uptown, Downtown, Brooklyn Loops and the Night Tour.
CitySights 90-minute Twilight Cruise – Our romantic evening cruise offers you the glittering lights of New York City, as you float by the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, and lots more.
Intrepid Sea, Air & Space – This 1943 air craft carrier saw service in the Pacific from WW II to the Vietnam War. It opened in 1982 as a floating museum with a full range of interactive exhibits and is now the home to the space shuttle Enterprise.
American Museum of Natural History – One of the largest and most celebrated museums in the world, this is a must visit for tourists and residents. With 32 million specimens and artifacts relating to the natural world and human cultures, you will never stop being amazed.
Solomon R. Guggenheim – The cylindrical museum building was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. It is the home of a renowned collection of Impressionist, Post-Impressionist, early Modern and contemporary art.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art – It’s Time We Met. Discover nearly two million works of art spanning more than 5,000 years of world culture at NYC’s most-visited tourist attraction.
Shows: Aladdin on Broadway, The Imbible, Jersey Boys, Anastasia, Kinky Boots, Avenue Q Off Broadway, The Lion King, The Band’s Visit, Mean Girls, Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, Once on this Island, The Blue Man Group, The Phantom of the Opera, The Book of Mormon, The Play that Goes Wrong, The Musical Puffs, A Bronx Take, The Musical Puffs, Carousel Rocktopia, Chicago, School of Rock, Children of a Lesser God, Spongebob Square Pants, Come from Away, Stomp, Escape to Margaritaville, This One’s for the Mean Girls, Gazillion Bubble Show, Hello, Dolly!, Waitress, The Iceman Cometh, and Wicked.
Save up to 20% off the following dining partners: Hudson Blue Bar, Son Cubano, Molos Restaurant, Jack Austin’s and Pier 115.