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Manzo Brothers To Open Restaurant in Hoboken

The brothers announced the coming of the restaurant on Twitter on Thursday afternoon.

Hoboken residents and Reality television stars Chris and Albie Manzo will be opening a restaurant in town.

UsWeekly reported on Thursday afternoon that the brothers are partnering with Michael Sinensky and Sean McGarr—the owner of the Village Pour House—to open Little Town New Jersey. 

The restaurant will serve locally sourced produce, craft beers and wine, the magazine reported. 

"Have a dream team of people behind the restaurant, It really is going to be awesome," Chris Manzo posted on Twitter after the announcement. 

HobokenTownie September 13, 2012 at 06:34 PM
What are the odds on another Italian restaurant?
Eric September 14, 2012 at 01:42 PM
Uhhh, great. What I've always wanted, yo eat at a place owned by a couple of douchey guys who just moved out of their Momma's house and have no culinary background.
Eric September 16, 2012 at 02:02 PM
I stand corrected. According to my wife they have culinary experience, but they're douchey nonetheless.
Furey September 17, 2012 at 01:25 PM
I'm interested only because of Michael Sinensky and Sean McGarr - they did a great job with Little Town NY and Village Pourhouse. I'd gladly have more restaurants like that in our town than most of the mediocre restaurants that are here. I can't speak for the Manzo Brothers. I don't know them, only meeting them once while walking my dog - and they seemed like regular 20-something guys. Their family owns "The Brownstone" in Paterson NJ, and if it is half as good as that place, it can be a hit (especially in Hoboken which only has a handful of good places to eat). My attitude is simple. If it's good - I don't care who owns it, i'll eat there. If it sucks, then I won't.
Generosa Ruggiero September 17, 2012 at 06:50 PM
So what happened with their BLK deal and the vineyard deal with the wine company?
islandmama September 19, 2012 at 03:28 PM
Everyone deserves a chance. I say reserve judgement and let the restaurant speak for itself. If it is good and managed well, it will succeed. If not it will fail. There is always room for a good establishment.
antioldguard September 19, 2012 at 11:43 PM
negative comments from people who are jealous. does not matter who owns it, a successful place in Hoboken is good for everyone, especially retail and other bars that will get some new faces. sean mcgarr is a great guy. guy does more for people than anyone i know, guy has a heart of gold.

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