Labor Day Events in Jersey City
Labor Day weekend is a favorite time for family and friends to enjoy the last official weekend of summer. Maybe you’ll have a barbeque in the backyard, or head downtown for some nightlife. Either way, you can count on an eventful weekend to welcome the fall season. Here are some ideas to get you started in Jersey City.
Jersey City Weekend Events
Taste of Downtown Jersey City Food Tour - If you’ve never embarked on this culinary journey, this weekend is the perfect time. Sign up and meet the group for food tastings at 4-5 different Jersey City locations. Saturday, September 2 at 3 P.M.
Live Music at the Fox & Crow - Stop at the Fox & Crow for some great pub food and craft beer while listening to Conundrum. You’ll love their mix of instrumental hip hop, R&B and funk sounds.
Movies in the Park - Enjoy an end of summer movie event in Columbia Park. From 7:30 - 10:30 P.M. on Saturday September 3, you can enjoy an outdoor movie with the whole family.
BBQ and Craft Beer Festival - Another fantastic event takes place a short drive away at the Monmouth Park racetrack. From September 2nd through the 4th, enjoy the best of barbecue like pulled pork and ribs matched with the perfect brew.
Backyard Celebrations for Labor Day
If you’re staying close to home this Labor Day weekend, go whole hog with your barbecue plans. Try some new traditions or stick with tried and true recipes that are sure to please everyone. Don’t forget to stop by Jersey Wine & Spirits to ensure you’re a well-stocked host. Consider some of these delicious recipes.
Put your diet on hold until mid-September and enjoy some Beer Can Burgers.
Make the most of your farmer’s market harvest with these summer veggie recipes.
Some crowd pleasing sides like macaroni coleslaw or this broccoli salad are easy to make ahead of time. Grilled ranch potatoes or tomato bun sliders will keep your friends and family talking about your culinary genius.
Finally, check out this ultimate guide to grilling for perfectly flavored ribs, steak and fish.
This Labor Day, enjoy every minute you can with loved ones. Think of it not as an ending of summer, but as the beginning of fall.