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Dale Talde and Partners Land in Jersey City With Carrino Provisions, Their Italian Restaurant/Market

An outpost of Talde isn't far behind.

Courtesy Carrino Provisions

This morning Brooklyn hit-makers Dale Talde, David Massoni, and John Bush open Carrino Provisions, their Italian market/restaurant in Jersey City. For their first venture across the Hudson River they've teamed up with Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri of HGTV's Kitchen Cousins, and put together a space that includes a butcher counter and a pasta counter, plus pantry items and prepared foods, as well as a restaurant proper. Think of it as a very tiny Eataly.

The restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, includes a bar, and will serve dishes like kale salad with black garlic and pumpernickel croutons, scallop crudo with pepperoni gremolata, and a range of house made pastas. Meanwhile, the former Top Cheftestapant and his partners are also at work on an outpost of their Park Slope Asian-American restaurant, Talde, right next door. No solid opening date on that yet, but according to a rep it's only a few weeks away.

In the meantime, here's a look at the market side of Carrino:

Carrino Provisions market

Carrino Provisions, 8 Erie Street, Jersey City, NJ

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