Behold the rich, creamy goodness of the legendary Hoboken Mutzfest—a true feast for the senses.
This year’s event takes place Sunday, January 27 from 2-6 p.m. at the Hoboken Elk’s Club (1005 Washington Street). CLICK HERE for ticket info, as this event routinely sells out!!!
***UPDATE: Online sales sold out—check with participating venues for tickets***
So… whutz a mutz, you ask?
Welcome to Hoboken—you’re obviously new here.
A specialty of southern Italian cuisine, mozzarella is a type of semi-soft cheese found in basically everything, from pizza to salads to sandwiches.
In New Jersey, it’s never “mahtzoh-rella.” You’ll find that processed cheesefood further inland, on your Pizza Hut/Domino’s/Papa John’s slice. Around here, it’s mutz—and it’s spectacular.
Featuring five of Hoboken’s beloved Italian eateries, it should come as no surprise that tickets to the annual Hoboken MutzFest are among the most sought after in town. This celebration of the city’s world-renowned mozzarella features some creative dishes using melt-in-your-mouth handmade mutz, along with a delectable selection of signature menu items.
All event proceeds benefit the Hoboken Family Alliance and its programs to support children with special needs—including Hoboken Bike Camp for individuals with disabilities—along with the organization’s community-wide philanthropic efforts.
This year’s participating mutzmakers include:
- Frankie & Ava’s, 208 Washington St.
- Losurdo Brothers Bakery and Deli, 410 2nd St.
- M&P Biancamano, 1116 Washington St.
- Tony Boloney’s, 263 1st St.
- Zero Otto Uno, (502 Washington St.)
One does not simply walk into MutzFest—get your tickets NOW, while you still can…