Anthony Segreto was born in 1919 and grew up in New York City's Little Italy. As a child, he used to help his Uncle Paul, who sold nuts, torrone candy, and fresh lemon ice in the summer from his wooden push cart. Uncle Paul helped start the San Gennaro Feast in 1926, and offered some space to Anthony when he got out of the Army in 1946. Anthony didn't want to compete with his Uncle, so a friend, who was a butcher, talked him into selling Italian Sausage and Frankfurters at "The Feast." When he started, he was only the third Sausage Stand at the Festival.
Within a few years Anthony was selling Sausage at Italian Feasts and Fairs all over New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. Some still run. Most do not. Danbury Fair. Little St. Anthony's. Wooster Street in New Haven. In time, Anthony decided to retire and passed the business on to his children, who, in their time, have now welcomed in their children.
Today, this third generation family business operates food concessions at some of New Jersey's largest outdoor special events. Our experienced management team has supervised the Master Concessionaire Line at events like the Quick Chek NJ Festival of Ballooning, the Metro NY Music & Balloon Festival and the Union County MusicFest.
In addition to special events, Tony's has concessions on the Asbury Park Boardwalk and at Englishtown Auction Sales.
Whether a single stand is needed to serve hundreds or an all-encompassing concession line is required to serve tens of thousands, Tony's has the experience, equipment and staff to get the job done.
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