Monday, February 28, 2011
Feuding for more than thirty years, the Manganaro brothers have run two competing and neighboring businesses since the 50's on Ninth Avenue. And no matter which side of the debate you side on, the closing of Manganaro's Groceria, opened in the late 19th century, heralds the death of an institution and perhaps the final chapter of a fascinating New York story. Click HERE to read the WSJ article.
(Manganaro's, then Petrucci's, c. 1880's)