Here is another Bar that is readily hosting Hoboken’s Second annual Lepre-Con otherwise known as Hoboken’s St. Patrick’s Day without the parade. Marty O’Brien’s located at 94 Bloomfield Street is having the following activities on Saturday March 2nd.
First off they are opening up early at 9am, serving a breakfast buffet and drink specials ($3 Coors light, $3 yuengling, $3 killians, shot specials every half an hour). The cover charge will be $25 and DJ Watts will start at 11am. They are also trying to procure a live bagpipes player in the morning. More bars and events to come for this festive day For Irish pros and amateurs alike (but mostly amateurs)
Marty O’Brien’s located at 94 Bloomfield Street in Hoboken would love you to ring in the New Year with them. They are offering a $70 5 hour premium open bar from 8pm-1am December 31st 2012 which excludes shots and rocks. DJ Watts will be spinning tunes. Contact them for more details at email@example.com or phone 201-420-9222.
Also, Marty O’Brien’s has a pre-fixe dinner option as well from 5-7pm for $35 per person. Details below….
Below are some of the upcoming events and specials the will be happening at Marty O’Brien’s in Hoboken located at 94 Bloomfield Street at the intersection of 1st and Bloomfield Streets…..
Marty O’Brien’s (MOB’s) has Football Specials both Saturday and Sunday. Their football specials for College Football Saturday and NFL Sunday are the following:
Food and Drink Specials:
- $10 Coors Light Pitchers and $12 Yuengling pitchers
- $3 Coors light drafts and $3 Yuengling drafts
- $15 pitchers of sangria
- $18 domestic buckets and $22 Corona and Corona light buckets
- $5 Appetizers
- Also, there is a complimentary bloody mary and mimosa with the purchase of a brunch entree.
Also, tonight Thursday October 25th MOB’s will be having a Jim Beam promotion from 9-11pm with $4 Jim beam drinks and shots. This event will occur every Thursday Through November.
Finally, Wednesday October 31st aka Halloween, MOB’s will be having their Halloween party that will feature drink specials and a Costume Contest. First prize for best costume will be a cash prize.
Please join Hudson County CASA for a Happy Hour on Wednesday night October 24th, 2012 tonight at Marty O’Brien’s in Hoboken from 6 to 8 pm. Some terrific people will be acting as “celebrity bartenders” and donating their tips to CASA. Come and meet Mayor Dawn Zimmer, Councilman Jim Doyle and local civic leaders Jim Kocis, Sandi Reinardy and Erin Bellissimo, and other public dignitaries. There will be “Cassatinis” as well as drink specials. If you needed a good excuse to enjoy a cocktail, this is one! Marty O’Brien’s is at 94 Bloomfield Street, right behind City Hall.”
About Hudson County Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA):
Hudson County CASA is an independent, non-profit organization committed to advocating for the best interests of abused and neglected children in foster care. CASA works through trained community volunteers to ensure that needed services are made available to children while helping move them toward safe and permanent homes. Children in Hudson County are among the poorest in the state and are the most diverse population of children in New Jersey. Children here have few resources and services, making the advocacy of CASA volunteers critical to their lives. It is CASA’s mission to help these children grow up in safe, permanent environment that enables them to become productive, happy adults. Our volunteers work tirelessly to give a voice to children in need.
Learn more about CASA’s success:
- Last year CASA served 174 children.
- 48 children found safe and permanent homes with 12 adoptions, 26 reunifications, and 13 placements with legal guardians.
- CASA Volunteers donated 3,371 hours of their time last year.
- CASA Volunteers advocate by making recommendations to the judges of the Hudson County Family Court. Last year 80% of CASA’s recommendations were converted into court orders, making an immediate impact on the lives of the children served.
- Hudson County has the lowest median income of families with children in the state.
- 3% of all children in Hudson County live in poverty while only 1,490 of all children in New Jersey find themselves in such dire straits.
- In FY12 it cost CASA $2,231 per year to support a child with a CASA volunteer.
To learn more visit www.hudsoncountycasa.org