Albie, Chris Manzo to Open Hoboken, NJ Restaurant

Chris Manzo and Albie Manzo attend the Samsung Hope for Children gala on June 7, 2011 in New York City. Credit: Jason Kempin/Getty

Mangia with the Manzos!

Real Housewives of New Jersey stars Albie and Chris Manzo are partnering with NYC-based restaurateurs Michael Sinensky and Sean McGarr to open up Little Town New Jersey -- which will focus on serving locally sourced produce, meats, seafoods, and craft beers and wines -- in Hoboken, NJ this November, the brothers tell Us Weekly exclusively. (Sinensky and McGarr own Big Apple eateries Village Pourhouse, SideBAR and Little Town NY.)

"We are excited to team up with Michael and Sean and bring Little Town to Jersey," Albie, 26, shares. "It's the perfect synergy for Chris and me."

"From the breweries to the farms, our home state has a lot to offer and we think our customers will appreciate us putting a unique spin on local food and drink favorites," Chris, 23, says. (The brothers also live in Hoboken these days with roommate Greg Bennett.)

Though they're only in their 20s, the Manzo brothers have plenty of experience in the hospitality biz; the boys grew up watching their parents, Albert and Caroline Manzo, run the popular, Patterson, NJ-located event space, The Brownstone.