Hudson County restaurant celebrating 80 years has street renaming

A staple in Hoboken is celebrating 80 years of serving the community – and the corner where it’s located was renamed in its honor.

News 12 Staff

Apr 29, 2019, 11:43 AM

Updated 1,850 days ago

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A staple in Hoboken is celebrating 80 years of serving the community – and the corner where it’s located was renamed in its honor.
Leo's Grandevous is located on the corner of Grand and 2nd Street, but the corner has now been renamed "Leo's Way."
The family owned restaurant first opened back in 1939.
The restaurant is now being operated by a third generation of Hoboken residents.
The popular Italian eatery is known for its delicious food and Frank Sinatra-themed decor.


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