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The Heights Bar and Grill, a casual gourmet burger restaurant, has a large selection of burger toppings and sides. The Heights Bar and Grill does not prepare their menu with low-fat items, though, so those following a strict diet may have better luck elsewhere. Cheer on your favorite team at The Heights Bar and Grill, a local restaurant with TVs. The Heights Bar and Grill is a great location to host a group dinner. For those who enjoy entertainment while dining, The Heights Bar and Grill hosts live DJs. Interested in eating out over the weekend? Keep in mind that the bar gets swamped on Fridays and Saturdays, and service may take longer than expected. Shake off the stiff workday duds at The Heights Bar and Grill — attire is casual. Always five minutes behind schedule? Pick up your food to go instead. The Heights Bar and Grill is located in a prime location where street parking is always readily available. The Heights Bar and Grill offers various parking options, including bike parking. If you don't want a night that will cost you an arm and a leg but you do want a delicious meal, come to The Heights Bar and Grill.
163 Boulevard
Hasbrouck Heights,
NJ
US
Kilroy's Sports Bar welcomes drinkers, diners, and sports fans of all stripes into a colorful and lively atmosphere. As a proud New York Jets bar, its roomy interior is illuminated by the glow of more than 100 TVs airing sports, as well as a roaring fireplace during the colder months. A full menu of pub classics is available throughout the day, satisfying cravings for wings in one of five sauces and prime-rib sliders with horseradish sauce. In addition to the food, bartenders pull cold, foamy pours from 44 different taps, and they also craft specialty drinks such as jalape?o margaritas and cake-flavored martinis.
645 Washington Avenue
Carlstadt,
NJ
US
When the big game spills into overtime, the last words you want to hear are "last call." That's why Pub 46's bartenders stay on the safe side by whipping up mixed drinks and pouring beer until 3 a.m. every night. The kitchen closes at midnight, ending its daily feasts of American bar food staples such as handmade sausage-and-pepper pizzas, hot turkey sliders, and buckets of fried or broiled wings. Feasts unfold on the pub's outdoor, smoke-friendly patio or indoors amid more than 30 HDTVs tuned to everything from baseball and ultimate fighting to the reality hit Coolest Referee Coin Flips.
1081 U.S. 46
Clifton,
NJ
US
Whether you love them dunked in ranch dressing or smothered in barbecue sauce, the wings at Clifton's Sharkey's Wings and Raw Bar will fit any taste. Both low-fat and gluten-free menu items are offered at Sharkey's Wings and Raw Bar. For your viewing pleasure, Sharkey's Wings and Raw Bar also stocks TVs in the bar area. At Sharkey's Wings and Raw Bar, your large or small party can easily enjoy a meal. Wifi is on the house at Sharkey's Wings and Raw Bar, so bring along your tablet or laptop. Loud music and boisterous crowds keep decibel levels ultra high at this bar. It tends to get especially busy on weeknights, so be sure to call ahead and make a reservation. Casual dining at its best, Sharkey's Wings and Raw Bar customers are free to enjoy themselves in jeans and a T-shirt. For those in a hurry, the bar lets you take your grub to go. At Sharkey's Wings and Raw Bar, you can easily find street parking just steps away from the door. Your bill at Sharkey's Wings and Raw Bar will rarely go over $15, so you can really indulge!
545 Highland Ave
Clifton,
NJ
US
Joseph Yaccarino emigrated from Naples, Italy, with his parents and 11 siblings at the turn of the century. He was just an infant at the time, allowing him to build nearly his entire life on North American soil. Joe's first professional endeavor was on stage, where he established himself as a comedian dubbed "Biggie." However, it wasn't long before he decided to lend his charisma—and nickname—to a different arena, one in which he'd never go hungry. Joe entered the food industry, starting by selling clams door to door. The modest mobile business grew increasingly popular, and Joe eventually decided to apply his passion for mollusks toward opening a full restaurant in Hoboken. Three generations later, the original red brick location still thrives, as do three other locations that maintain the same family atmosphere and sea-bound smells of fresh raw oysters on the half shell. Warm italian sandwiches with fillings such as meatballs and sausage with peppers round out the menu.
430 State Rt 17
Carlstadt,
NJ
US
Several years ago, 381 Main Bar & Grill had an existential crisis. It was a sleek martini bar with white leather couches, white barstools, and white walls, all accentuated with pink uplighting. It was a place people could go for a stiff drink, but it wanted to be something else—an edgy sports bar that fed people tasty food in addition to good drinks. So the owner, Steve Baskinger, shuttered 381's doors and set to work on an intensive overhaul. He ripped out the old wood floor and polished the 100-year-old cement floors to a sheen. He created foot rails for the bar with 8,000 pounds of railroad track, and he added industrial-size ceiling fans, 17 LED TVs, and kitchen appliances, including a brick pizza oven. According to Nightclub & Bar magazine, the new decor includes a 1970s-era Yankees scoreboard and custom-made Yankees and New York Giants surfboards and sharks. It even has a drumhead signed by Ringo Starr. The bar opened after five months of construction and quickly became a hot spot—locals were drawn to the bar's neighborhood feel, classic American eats, and craft beers. They also enjoyed the freshly baked pizzas crisped in the brick oven, which uses flames made from a fire recipe that's been passed down for generations. 381 is now a sports bar, but if people are busy the night of the game, they can show up for Trivia Tuesdays, Acoustic Wednesdays, and monthly craft beer events. During the summer months, they can sip a chilled beer on the outdoor patio.
381 Main St
Little Falls,
NJ
US
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