'Real Housewives of New Jersey' Manzo brothers to open restaurant in Hoboken
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Real Housewives of New Jersey: It keeps going and going and going. Enjoy the recaps at hudsonreporter.com.
Real Housewives of New Jersey: It keeps going and going and going. Enjoy the recaps at hudsonreporter.com.
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HOBOKEN AND BEYOND -- US Weekly reported last week that Albie and Chris Manzo, the stars of "Real Housewives of New Jersey" and sons of Brownstone banquet hall owner Albert Manzo, plan to open a restaurant in Hoboken.

They plan to partner with New York City-based restauranteurs Michael Sinensky and Sean McGarr.

The restaurant, Little Town New Jersey, will serve locally sourced meat, seafood, produce, craft beers, and wines.

They are hoping to open the eatery in November.

Chris is quoted as saying: "From the breweries to the farms, our home state has a lot to offer and we think our customers will appreciate us putting a unique spin on local food and drink favorites."

But will it serve BLK Water?

Maybe the season finale of the current season of the show will give some clues when it airs over the next two weeks. Watch hudsonreporter.com for recaps.

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not2interested
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September 17, 2012
I hope they are serving humble pie cause that whole family really needs a taste of crow's pie. How do you ever justify tearing 1 person apart for 2 years for small things when all you and your minions have done is 10 times worse??? Family full of self important hypocrites want me to waste a dime on them? No thanks. I"ll give my money/business to deserving people not spoiled little boys trying to capitalize on their mother's cruelty
kidsleepinfo
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September 17, 2012
They should call the restaurant "Karma" and no one should come.