Good news! Caroline Manzo’s sons, Chris and Albie Manzo have announced the re-opening of their Hoboken hotspot, “Little Town.” The brothers are excited their restaurant is back and claim it’s better than ever!
Their joint venture eatery is in a new location in Hoboken, New Jersey and they are opening up all about the revamped hot spot.
“It’s a very social atmosphere,” Chris tells the Daily Dish. “A huge bar with really comfortable stools, I can seriously sit there all day. We also have some community tables. We really want it to be a place where people can meet new people and enjoy each other’s company.”
Diners of the former “Little Town,” will be wowed by the revamped menu selections for the new location.
“The menu is entirely different!” Chris says. “We have a great new chef who is crazy creative and there are a lot of items that are very new to Hoboken. From Kimchee Buns to seasonal pickled vegetables, it’s a seriously diverse menu.”
However, the “Manzo’d with Children” stars managed to preserve some of the original “Little Town” charm for anyone who enjoyed hanging out there. “Little Town regulars will certainly feel like it’s different,” Chris shares. “But the real regulars will see a lot of familiar faces and will enjoy the same electric atmosphere as the old Little Town had.”
This is the second restaurant the Manzo brothers opened in Hoboken. In March, they opened “Ainsworth Hoboken” in the same spot the old Little Town used to be housed in. And Chris notes that this latest opening was just as special.
“The opening was a blast!” he says. “We had a packed house and everyone had a great time. Anyone willing to take a night out of their busy schedules to celebrate the grand opening with us is a special guest, so yes, there were plenty of them.”
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