Tony Boloney's will open a second location in Hoboken as soon as this week. Hailing from Atlantic City, Tony Boloney’s crafts indigenous pizza, subs and from-scratch homemade grub from their brick-and-mortar restaurant as well their two food trucks: The Mustache Mobile & Tony’s Farm Table.
The new Hoboken location at 263 First St. may open this Thursday. Michael Hauke, Tony Boloney’s founder and owner, said the restaurant's opening has been impacted by the stormy winter weather.
“We felt like Hoboken was the perfect community for us to expand and open our second physical location,” Hauke said. “Since opening our doors in Atlantic City, there has been a great demand from our loyal customers in North Jersey and New York for catering and food truck events, so it was only a natural progression for us to establish a brick-and-mortar in Hoboken.
"While we recognize that there is a lot of traditional competition in the market, our offerings are aimed to introduce Hoboken to the Tony Boloney's brand and grow the pie with our one-of-a-kind fare. Our goal is to create a unique eatery in a town filled with restaurants that demonstrate great character & top notch food.”
Throughout the next few weeks Tony Boloney’s will be steadily bringing on delivery service along with
catering, wholesale mozzarella, pizza/mozzarella making classes and other offerings already
established in Atlantic City.
Tony Boloney’s was established in 2009 and has quickly become an Atlantic City institution serving from-scratch pizza, subs and creative grub.
Tony Boloney’s has won various awards, including the 2010 Guy Fieri Cheesesteak Battle on Food Network and most recently LIVE! with Kelly & Michael’s Truckin’ Amazing Food Truck Competition. Tony Boloney's has been featured in more than 250 media outlets both domestic & international including the Travel Channel, NBC, Conan O’Brien, TimeOut NY and Food Network.