Albie and Chris Manzo have big plans for 2015, including starting several new business ventures. First, Albie and Chris will be relocating their restaurant Littletown to a new, location in Hoboken. They’ll also be making room for their newest venture, the Ainsworth, which is an upscale gastropub that has several locations around the country.
“Littletown’s doors are not closed forever,” the brothers tell the Dish. “We are just moving it a few blocks down in Hoboken because we believe that the Ainsworth’s great reputation as an upscale gastropub throughout the country. It will help bring attention to Hoboken’s waterfront. To walk along the waterfront and to dine at the Ainsworth are both fantastic experiences, and combining the two was just a no-brainer.”
“The Ainsworth has already established itself in New York, and Las Vegas, as a truly unique gastropub that is driven on exceptional quality,” Chris and Albie say. “As long as we stay true to what the guys at Paige Hospitality have worked so hard on creating, everyone can expect exactly that in our Hoboken location.”
“It will have plenty of Manzo family flavor!” they insist.
“We have moved to a more residential area of town to insure what we’ve always wanted to make clear, that Littletown is a hometown restaurant and bar,” they say. “It will be slightly different, we want to have a more open, relaxed atmosphere. The menu concept is still up in the air. We want to keep things fresh without taking away any of the items that people have come to know and love.”
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