Manzo brothers from ‘Real Housewives of New Jersey’ talk about living in Hoboken

HOBOKEN — Two twentysomething reality TV stars moved to Hoboken in November, and are enjoying life to its fullest in the mile-square city. “As far as living in Hoboken, it’s like being back in college,” said Albie Manzo of “Real Housewives of New Jersey” in an exclusive interview with the Hoboken Reporter this week. Manzo moved here with younger brother Chris in November.
The interview will appear in the print edition of the Hoboken Reporter this weekend and will be online here at as of midnight on Sunday.
The pair are the sons of Franklin Lakes resident Albert Manzo, who owns the Brownstone banquet hall in Paterson, and his wife Caroline, one of the more prominent housewives on the Bravo TV show. The show depicts catfights and challenges among a group of families in the Jersey suburbs.
But will the brothers have their own show? Rumors say that they’re in talks to star in a new show about their bachelor life in Hoboken. Check out the article this weekend to find out what they said!

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