Founded in 1796 by Colonel John Stevens, the original Hoboken Turtle Club was this country’s first organized social club. Re-established in Hoboken in 2009, the present Turtle Club (936 Park Avenue) has created its own unique atmosphere: casual, comfortable and sophisticated.
Today, the owners take pride in their wide selection of bourbons and whiskeys, but their focus on wine truly sets them apart. The selection is extensive and sophisticated, with many offerings available by the glass. In addition to other unique special events, the club regularly hosts wine pairing dinners, and, this March, they’re starting a Wine Club. Every other Thursday night will feature four wines from a particular region, and the goal is simply to have fun, learn a little, and meet new people.
So enjoy a glass over a meal – The Turtle Club serves lunch and dinner daily and stays open late – or you can take it with you. Wine & beer are available to-go ’til closing time.
Go to www.hobokenturtleclub.com and visit their Facebook page for updates.
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