MUTZFEST 2017: Hoboken Family Alliance Gets All Cheesy — SUNDAY, JAN. 29th

MUTZFEST 2017: Hoboken Family Alliance Gets All Cheesy — SUNDAY, JAN. 29th

(via Hoboken Family Alliance, photos by Joe Epstein)

The fun-filled, gooey-goodness of Hoboken’s best mozzarella returns on Sunday, Jan. 29 with the 5th Annual Hoboken Mutzfest.

A celebration of the city’s most delicious mozzarella, Hoboken Mutzfest features some of the city’s top eateries serving up their own special homemade mozzarella and selection of signature menu items. This year Subaru, SUEZ and Polly-O are on board as the top sponsors helping to put on the best show ever.

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.


Only Hoboken’s best mutz-makers are invited to participate in this annual classic that brings together local small businesses, community and the passion of mozzarella. The 2017 lineup:

M&P Biancamano, 1116 Washington St.
Margherita’s Pizza & Cafe, 740 Washington St.
Rosticeria da Gigi, 916 Washington St.
Tony Boloney’s, 263 1st St.
Vito’s Italian Deli, 806 Washington St.

We also invite individuals to put their homemade recipes in front of the experts to be judged. Enter to be part of the Mutzfest Challenge to see how experts judge your recipe. Register today and three lucky winners receive two general admission tickets to the event.

The day, emceed by comedian Dan Frigolette, includes a cannoli-eating contest, Sinatra Sing-A-Long contest, entertainment by Frank Sinatra impersonator, Eric DeLauro, and a fun-filled day for people of all ages.


Subaru will have an up close and personal look at the All-New Subaru Impreza. 98.7 ESPN and its street team will also be on hand with sports insights and giveaways while Fresh 102.7’s street team will provide music for those waiting to enter. The VIP menu will be provided by Losurdo Bros. Deli.

Tickets are on sale now at all participants while supplies last. General admission tickets are $25. Check in at for more information.


Authored by: hMAG