Chef Anthony Pino’s Anthony David’s Gourmet Market, 953 Bloomfield Avenue, Hoboken NJ is ready to make everything a lot easier this coming Thanksgiving. For those not hosting Thanksgiving, who will be visiting family or friends: individual sides or desserts can be ordered.
Orders must be placed by November 20th, 11:00am. Call 201-222-8399 for more information.
A complete Thanksgiving dinner can be ordered online, for pickup at Anthony David’s. Please note that delivery is not available. Anthony David’s will even carve the turkey for you, at no extra charge.
The link to order can be found online at http://www.anthonydavids.com/adg/index.html.
The Thanksgiving catering menu and ordering form link are shown below. Good appetite.
Anthony David Hoboken Thanksgiving Catering Menu-Form 2012
Address: 94 Bloomfield Street Hoboken, NJ 07030 (corner of 1st Street and Bloomfield)
Phone: (201) 420-9222
Marty O’Brien’s at 94 Bloomfield Street will be open tomorrow for Thanksgiving and they will be running their normal dinner and bar menus. Also Marty O’Brien’s will be dropping the “Social Club” from their name shortly. The logos on the menu and building will have to be modified to complete the task and that could take some time. TheBoken always finds simple to be best when it comes to brand names. It should be noted that we enjoyed our last visit to this place earlier this week. Once again the food was good and the service excellent.
Also, Midtown pizza place Mario’s Pizza will not have their normal Italian/pizza menu but will be open for a free turkey dinner from about 12pm-6pm. Mario’s has done this event for over 10 years and it is a great way to extend thanks to the community. Mario’s is on the Southwest corner of 8th and Garden Street.
Zylo Tuscan Steak House at Hoboken’s W Hotel is having a 3 course menu on Thanksgiving Day November 24th 11am-6pm. Call in advance to reserve your seats at 210-253-2500. Details are below…..
Below is an update from the City of Hoboken on the Thanksgiving Food Drive for 2011…
HOBOKEN THANKSGIVING FOOD DRIVE
The City of Hoboken is partnering with Hoboken’s interfaith community on a food drive to support the Hoboken Shelter and the In Jesus’ Name Food Pantry.
“During these difficult economic times, our shelter and food pantries are struggling to support the growing number of our neighbors who need help,” said Mayor Dawn Zimmer. “We’re proud to partner with our interfaith community, and I ask residents to consider supporting those in need during this Thanksgiving food drive.”
In City Hall, three collection bins are located at the Parking Utility, on the first floor across from the security desk, and on the second floor outside the Mayor’s office. The items that are most needed are canned goods, pastas, and soups. Collection bins will be located in City Hall through Tuesday, November 22nd.
The Hoboken Clergy Coalition will host Hoboken’s 2011 Interfaith Thanksgiving Service on Sunday, November 20 at 4pm at the United Synagogue of Hoboken, 115 Park Avenue. The service highlights Hoboken’s religious and cultural diversity and includes the participation of priests, ministers and rabbis in Hoboken, together with prayers and musical presentations from various religious traditions.
The service will also include a collection of food for the In Jesus’s Name Food Pantry at Our Lady of Grace Church (411 Clinton Street), and a collection of funds for the Hoboken Shelter (300 Bloomfield Street).