Many enjoyed the delicious food at the festival, with sausage and pepper sandwiches, gyros, kettle corn, and samples from area restaurants.
There was a palpable buzz as guests wandered from stall to stall examining the goods or listening to the music, which was capped off by headliner Micky Dolenz who had crowds singing along to "I'm a Believer."
The festive atmosphere continued into the night as revelers packed the outdoor cafes and local bars.
Hobokenites Dave, Jenn, and John (lead picture on left) were out enjoying the fair and celebrating Dave's 30th birthday.
"I love that it falls on my birthday every year. I am almost vain enough to believe the day is all about me." - Dave
"It's a good opportunity to eat your way up Washington Street and drink your way back down." - John
"What he said!" - Jenn
Hoboken's local rock band, The Fave (lead picture on right), got things going on the main stage. The band played music from their soon-to-be released album "Tomorrow's June." The crowd was energized by the band's effortless harmonies and get your groove on rock music.
Chew on this! (Jump photo on left) Man-sized sausage and pepper sandwiches were popular with hungry locals. Guests could choose between the spicy hot or slightly sweet meat.
Every Sunday, Duffy's offers "make your own Bloody Mary." Christopher Halleron (jump photo on right), Reporter columnist and general manager at Duffy's, has his own recipe that has "a cornucopia of herbs and spices," which many agree is the best darn Bloody Mary in town. Yet, he said that many people think that their recipe is best.
"I found over the years that everybody has their own recipe. So I give them room to hang themselves," said Halleron, pointing to the array of ingredients. "Unless of course, you have my favorite."