Travel show checks out Hoboken and pays homage to Sinatra, to air Saturday and Sunday
Mar 15, 2013 | 2887 views | 1 1 comments | 10 10 recommendations | email to a friend | print

HOBOKEN— Toni Senecal, host of a travel show for locals “Toni on New York” headed to Hoboken to highlight the historical neighborhood where he grew up. The show is scheduled to air on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. on WLNY-TV channels 10 and 55 and again on Sunday at 5:30 a.m. on WCBS-TV channel 2.

The episode features Hoboken sites from Sinatra’s childhood, including St. Francis Church, the location of his parents’ home, Dom’s Bakery, and St. Ann’s Church, where Sinatra performed his first public performance. An inside scoop will also reveal why he was named “Frank.” The episode also spotlights Leo’s Grandevous.

During the episode, Senecal also chats with Albie and Chris Manzo, stars of “the Real Housewives of New Jersey” regarding their upcoming restaurant opening and tastes a few of their Frank Sinatra-inspired dishes. Their new dining option “Little Town New Jersey” is appropriately on Sinatra Drive.

Comments
(1)
Comments-icon Post a Comment
Quietobserver
|
April 07, 2013
I saw the program on CBS TV. Why was Piccolo's left out of the article.. And why was nothing said about a resturant serving food without a Certificate of Occupancy or a Dept of Health Certificate, while still under construction.. And you have two guys that their mother wasn't even born when Sinatra Lived hear Telling Toni Senacale what Sinatra Eat and Dranke.. What happened to the Construction Code offical and Dept of Health offical.... I don't think the gas should hsve been turnd on and those Elect lines could have been turned on also....Gas fumes and 1 short = BANG