Nohu Outdoor Rooftop Bar and Restaurant Re-Opens at Envue Hotel Port Imperial in Weehawken

Outdoor Dinner, Cocktails and Weekend Brunch Service Resumes June 16th

USA, Weehawken, New Jersey. June 23, 2020

NoHu, the chic rooftop bar and restaurant at Weehawken's EnVue, Autograph Collection Hotel in Port Imperial, officially re-opens today following the lifting of coronavirus-related restrictions on outdoor dining for restaurants in the state of New Jersey. NoHu's stunning 15,000-square-foot outdoor roof deck showcases sweeping views of the Hudson River and Manhattan skyline as a dramatic backdrop for casual dining and cocktails. The expansive venue offers ample space for social distancing, and increased hygiene protocols have been implemented in accordance with state and federal guidelines.

"We have taken every precaution to protect the health and wellness of our staff and patrons," said EnVue General Manager, Matthes Metz. "While some modifications to operations have been made, guests can expect the same outstanding hospitality, delicious food and cocktails that we are known for."

EnVue is a member of Marriott Bonvoy™ and managed by HEI Hotels & Resorts, which have both developed stringent hygiene protocols that include new cleaning technologies, more frequent disinfecting of public spaces and high-touch surfaces, and the closely monitored use of personal protective equipment by staff. Hand sanitizer stations are now located throughout NoHu for guests' convenience as well.

NoHu will be open Tuesdays - Sundays (closed Mondays), for dining, drinks and weekend brunch. Reservations are recommended to ensure availability and to receive notifications about closure due to inclement weather. For reservations, visit: http://envuehotel.com/dining/nohu/.

NoHu Hours of Operation:

Rooftop Bar

Tuesday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 12:00am

Friday - Saturday: 3:00pm - 1:00am

Rooftop Brunch

Saturday: 11:00am - 3:00pm

Sunday: 12:00pm - 6:00pm

Perfect for private events and weddings, the hotel also offers Skyline, with 15,000 square feet of outdoor space that features an all-season tent and panoramic views of New York City. For inquiries, contact sales@envuehotel.com. Please note the hotel is still closed to overnight guests. For more information about EnVue, Autograph Collection, click here or call 201 683 2132.


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