15 of New Jersey’s Most Popular Destinations
photo via NJ.com
2016 has already taken New Jersey by storm, but it hasn’t stopped the Garden State from fending off the winter blues. New Jersey is on the move, exploring more and spending less since we dropped uberX prices by 15% across the state.
We wanted to better understand how riders were embracing the January 9th price cuts, so we looked at our data to find some of New Jersey’s most frequented destinations since then. See our findings below, and share your thoughts (and travels) with us on social media with the hashtag #ExploreForLess.
Locals and tourists alike wine and dine at LULU’S (pictured below) and ZYLO in the W Hoboken while taking in the New York City skyline in all its glory.
photo via W Hoboken
With Taco Tuesdays, happy hour specials, and a rich selection of margaritas, Cadillac Cantina never has a dull moment.
photo via Cadillac Cantina
Texas Arizona is far from where its name suggests. Located in the heart of Hoboken, Texas Arizona is a local hub to unwind with sports, beer, and bar food.
photo via Life in Hoboken
Open 7 nights a week, Iron Bar keeps things interesting with Monday Night Steak Night and Wednesday Wine and Dine specials.
photo via Iron Bar
The Westin Governor Morris is located just outside downtown Morristown and a short distance from the Morris Museum. Unwind after your museum visit at the hotel’s Blue Morel Restaurant and Wine Bar, which serves seasonal ingredients from local, regional, organic and sustainable farms.
photo via Westin Governor Morris
This Irish pub and restaurant is chock-full of events. From DJ Dance Parties and live music to bar pong and more, Grasshopper off the Green keeps Morristown moving and grooving.
photo via TripAdvisor
Whether you’re heading off to work or out to play, catch a train from Princeton Junction. You can ride from downtown Princeton to Princeton Junction in just a few minutes.
photo via New York Times
Princeton University is one of the nation’s oldest institutions of higher learning. While here, stroll the campus and take in its extraordinary architecture, including a variety of colonial, Collegiate Gothic, Italianate, and Romanesque styles.
photo via Princeton University
This mid-Atlantic regional brewpub invites guests to come visit the first Wednesday of every month to try a new and unique beer hand crafted by Triump’s very own brewers. The fun starts at 6pm.
photo via Triump Brewing
Centrally located on the border of Hoboken and Jersey City, Cast Iron Lofts is one of the area’s newest apartment buildings, offering close proximity to the waterfront promenade and local nightlife.
photo via Cast Iron Lofts
Journal Square Station sits beneath a ten-story tower and retail plaza abuzz with commuters, tourists, and locals alike.
photo via CBS New York
Newport Centre offers 3 levels of shopping in the heart of the Newport Hudson Waterfront Community. It also boasts an 11-screen cinema so you can top off your shopping with a flick.
photo via Newport Centre
Looking to find the perfect Valentine’s Day gift? Look no further than the Cherry Hill Mall. Munch on an Auntie Anne’s pretzel as you stroll this 1.35 million square foot shopping mall with an endless array of stores, anchored by Nordstrom, Macy’s, and JCPenney.
photo via National Real Estate Investor
At Jay’s Elbow Room you can play Big Buck Hunter as you choose from a host of craft beers. Plus, you can control the music if you’re willing to spare a few quarters on the jukebox.
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In warmer weather, you can enjoy the outdoor swimming pool at the Crowne Plaza. For now, book a stay, and take advantage of the hotel’s close proximity to Philadelphia and the Camden Waterfront.
photo via IHG
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