Trenton’s Famed De Lorenzo’s To Call It Quits

De Lorenzo's Tomato Pies

The De Lorenzo’s Tomato Pies on Hudson Street in Trenton is closing its doors after 65-years in business. Owners Gary Amico, aged 68 and his wife Eileen, 66 are taking a break. The Robinsville DeLorenzo’s run by their son Sam will continue.

The last day of business will be January 15th, plan your last or first trip accordingly.

Trenton’s famed De Lorenzo’s Tomato Pies on Hudson Street is slated to close [Trenton Times]

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  • Handsome Pete

    Such sad news. I hope I can sneak a trip in sometime during the next few weeks.

  • WhskyRox

    I grew up a block away from DeLorenzo’s on Hudson St in the 70’s & 80’s. I don’t know how they stayed this long. A friend of mine who still lives in the area said there has been a police car on the corner there on Friday nights because people were being mugged while waiting in line to get in. So sad, the Burg has gone from one of the best family neighborhoods on the east coast to a war zone.

  • Ken Dennard

    Mugged? That is silly. Partly because of fear-mongering like this is why they are closing. Yes, there is sometimes a cop car (or two or three) in front – because, guess what, the cops like to eat there! Been going there for years, every week, never felt unsafe even on dark winter nights. And the folks from across the river in Pennsyltucky still come pouring in on Friday evenings, like clockwork… almost like it was a Church meeting! Guess they never got mugged either…