Is Jersey City’s longtime Moloney’s Meat Market closing?

Moloney’s Meat Market, Hudson County’s oldest butcher’s shop, located at 627 Newark Avenue, is a real community staple. Since its construction in 1875, generations of locals have stopped at the market for fresh, high-quality poultry and meat products. The family owned and operated Irish market has been operated by Tom Moloney for decades. Hoboken girl readers have shared their concerns about Moloney’s shutting down or shutting down – here’s what we know.

^ Tom, the current generation of owners

(Photo credit: Moloney Meat Market)

“Our customers are what kept us in business for four generations,” Founder Tom Moloney said in a statement posted to the website. “We do everything to ensure that our meat market offers the best quality meats, cut and prepared the way our customers like it so they can enjoy a delicious meal. “

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The old-fashioned shop offers a selection of beef, pork, chicken, veal, lamb as well as seafood, Italian dumplings, Irish specialties, fresh cold meats, house salads, homemade soups, daily specials of the day, etc. Some of the cuts include rib eye, NY Strip, porterhouse, sirloin, corned beef, oxtail, and goat cheese. Some of the “wild caught” meat options include alligator, wild boar, and rabbit.

Maloney Meat Market

(Photo credit: Moloney Meat Market)

Like many old-school businesses, the store doesn’t have much of a social media presence. Besides the website, Moloney’s has a Facebook page, however, it has not been active since 2018.

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No one has answered the store’s phone recently, according to readers. We can confirm after calling us that the number is active but that no one has picked up our phone calls and that the voicemail is full. We couldn’t get an official confirmation if Moloney’s is officially closing or is on hiatus, but we’ll keep you posted as more details are unveiled.

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Written by: Victoria Marie Moyeno

Victoria is Associate Editor of HG and Social Media Coordinator for the Hoboken Historical Museum + Fire Department Museum. She is from fourth generation Hoboken, BNR in Mile Square and Jersey City. By playing softball in town for fourteen years, playing the trumpet for the Hoboken High School Redwings Band, and graduating from New Jersey City University, these two towns hold a special place in her heart. When not a stylist or a Symposia bookstore volunteer, she explores all that the concrete jungle has to offer. You can see her at art shows, local festivities, travel, diving into a new book, saving, or crafting.

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