Luca Brasi’s

Luca Brasis Italian Deli & Restaurant

Description – Italian Deli & Restaurant. Mozzarella & Brick Oven Bread made fresh daily.
Services – Italian Cuisine, Lunch, Dinner, Sandwiches, Salads, pasta …. Catering, Take Out
Address – 100 Park Ave, Hoboken, New Jersey ( NJ ) 07030-8010
Telephone – (201) 217-9960, Fax – (201) 386-0102

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10 Comments on "Luca Brasi’s"

LobstaGirl
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LobstaGirl

Much better places in town but I guess if it is raining & you are desperate it will do…..has gone down over the years or it is that other places are now present with just better food.

wiskeytango1
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wiskeytango1

lobsta girl first off around 8 yrs ago doms bakery’s son owned or ran the lucas.a good hang out for the hpd.The bread top of the line for it came from daddys place on grand street.Two best places for fresh mozerolla fiories,second bianciomanos on washington st..vitos well thats your call.Prior to luca’s biancomanos had the place..As far as vitos goes persona non gratta..Its all in the bread and mutz…maries bakery on second st is related to doms on grand st…John and vinnie in fioires make the best mutz according to the poll taken..Biancomanios is good but when they return from a vacation 10 times a year the price of the sandwich increases..stilll good…when granma cooks she has a heavy hand with the salt.luv her[quote comment=”211950″]Much better places in town but I guess if it is raining & you are desperate it will do…..has gone down over the years or it is that other places are now present with just better food.[/quote]

CreditChris
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CreditChris

Always loved going here. Fresh mozerella is really good. So today, I stop by for some mutz, salami and bread so I can make some sandwiches for the week. They were sold out of mutz. So I decide to just order the bread and the salami and get the mutz elsewhere. The guy working there refuses to sell me the bread– said he only has 2 loaves left and if he sells it to me, he can’t make a sandwich in case someone else orders one. True– he’d lose about 10 bucks by selling me the bread.

But I don’t shop at places that don’t put their customers first and just care about making an extra few bucks. So, I’ll go to a different italian deli in the future… and they’ve lost the 20 or 30 bucks a month that I normally spend there. 😉

BW597
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BW597

I love this place. They are not always the most accurate but they are always willing to fix and problems. Food is pretty darn good and the prices can’t be beat. Give it a try!

ItalianGuy
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ItalianGuy

Nasty – We ordered Meatball sub (got sick) and chicken cutlet sub (chicken tasted like rotten egg) – First and last time going.

hobokenj
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hobokenj

[quote comment=”79075″][quote comment=”79069″]Was much much better years ago, can get a good sandwich here but its no Vito’s.[/quote]

And by “it’s no Vito’s” I guess you mean that they actually wear latex gloves when preparing & handling your food. I got deli meat once at Vito’s, and after seeing them make the food without wearing gloves, I will not order from there…who knows what *meat* those dirty hands have been touching. 8O[/quote]

So the fact that there where rubber gloves and then touch everything with those gloves makes it cleaner? I never understood the rubber gloves. they still touch money, there face, a box of lettuce what ever with gloves on so why is that any cleaner than a hand??????

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