New Jersey Other

Looking for the Top Other in New Jersey?

Check out our listing of the hottest clubs in New Jersey, read reviews, view upcoming events and more.

Roleplay Lounge

3426 Atlantic Ave,, Atlantic City, New Jersey United States

855-475-2977

The RolePlay Lounge is an Erotic Couples Playground. A venue dedicated to the exploration into voyeurism and exhibitionism, A Hotspot that is away from the crowds, yet hosts the hottest crowds. A discreet location filled with couples just like yourself who are looking to let their hair down without having to look over their shoulders. At [more]

Susquehanna Bank Center image

Susquehanna Bank Center

1 Harbor Blvd, Jersey City, New Jersey United States

(215) 336-2000

Susquehanna Bank Center The Susquehanna Bank Center is an outdoor amphitheater/ indoor theater complex located in Camden, New Jersey, on the Delaware River waterfront across from Philadelphia. The Susquehanna Bank Center opened in June 1995 as the Blockbuster-Sony Music Entertainment Centre (or E-Centre). From 2001, the amphitheater [more]

3 Forty Grill image

3 Forty Grill

340 Sinatra Drive, Hoboken, New Jersey United States

201.217.3406

3 Forty Grill Located on the Hoboken waterfront 3 Forty Grill has become the site of a long-awaited seafood restaurant. When it opened to the public in November 2003. Hoboken's extraordinary view of the New York Skyline finally has its ideal match! The Northern New Jersey metropolitan area now has a new destination for savvy residents [more]

Cafe Arabica image

Cafe Arabica

78 Speedwell Avenue, Morristow, Hoboken, New Jersey United States

973-984-2300

Cafe Arabica is New Jersey only HOOKAH BAR. An exciting atmosphere with live nationally touring artists. We offer light fare casual menu, espresso and coffee based drinks, wraps, sharing plates, paninis and desserts. Visit New jersey most exciting new concept and Hookah Bar. [more]

Giants Stadium

50 New Jersey 120, Jersey City, New Jersey (East Rutherford) United States

(201) 935-3900

Giants Stadium After calling four different stadiums home in their first 50 years in the National Football League, the Giants moved into Giants Stadium in 1976. The idea of playing at a stadium built in the Meadowlands first attracted the Giants' attention when they realized that they could provide 15,000 more seats and help meet the [more]