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In 1943 our family moved into the neighborhood. Moloney's was then - and still is - a classic butcher shop with high quality stuff and excellent service, at reasonable prices.

In 1945, at age 12, I got newspaper route that covered pretty much the entire area from the back of Journal Square to Baldwin Ave and from Pavonia to Observer Highway. Moloney's was a favorite stop. The butchers always gave me a tip and offered a slice of baloney or liverwurst.

What, you ask, has service got to do with a butcher shop? The most obvious thing is you get the exact cut you ask and the weight you want, not what is already super-market-wrapped with the "bad" cut folded under the good one.

The butchers are a dependable source for directions in preparing an unfamiliar meat or cut.

Posted on: 2007/12/8 4:17
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AHHH Good Ole Maloneys....yes they were always great. Moved from JC years ago and wondered if theye were still there. I will have to make a road trip. I remember the days when there were Torchio's and Eagle Beef on Central Ave......they were good but Maloneys ....ummm ya couldn't beat!

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Moloney's meats are great but so is the store-made ravioli... Tasty! We always get regular cheese and spinach cheese, and love both.

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If you're looking for it remember that it's spelled MOLONEYS. Stopped in there today for bangers and picked up huge turkey thighs. They're awesome...........three pounds of all dark meat........yummm. They said they only sell them at this time of year, but I'm freezing them.

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Maloney's ROCKS!

Posted on: 2007/11/19 13:00
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Moloney's Meat Market
627 Newark Ave
Jersey City, NJ 07306
(201) 653-1764

It's at Newark and Central Ave.

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Corner of Newark &Pavonia

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Where's Maloney's? Google points me to this conversation but there's no listing for them. Could it be "Maloney Commodities" on Broadway?

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Peccararo's (SP?) is a daily stop... Why everyone in town doesn't go there for bread, I'll never know-


My impression is that they pretty much sell out every day.

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Maloney's is the best. Going in there is like going back in time............sawdust on the floor and all. And they've got lots of Irish sausages and such. Also, super nice people. It's on Newark Avenue up by the courthouse.

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I'll have to check out Maloney's. Peccararo's (SP?) is a daily stop on my route. Absolutely love it. Their wheat bread is divine. Why everyone in town doesn't go there for bread, I'll never know- more for me I guess.
bon appetite!

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After 7 years, I moved out of JC to the burbs with my little one last year. This weekend I made a pilgrimage back to some of my favorite haunts, to include Pecaro's (sp?) for Italian bread and Maloney's butcher shop. I felt compelled to advertise for both. These types of family run, old school establishments are a dying breed and deserve all the support they deserve. Maloney's quality and price can't be beat...to include a full rack of very meaty pork ribs I slow roasted last night. Not sure what the price was per pound, however they cost me about 7 bucks.

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