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Archie The Angry Crab
Dated: October 14 2015
Have you guys been to the LATEST and GREATEST food truck? It's time to go and find ARCHIE The Angry Crab!
The Ayubi Team took a break from selling real estate yesterday and discovered Jersey City's latest and greatest food truck! Chef Chris Curado has really done an outstanding job this time. If you haven't yet, go find Archie and experience what the hype is all about. Archie is always on the move so be sure to visit http://www.theangrycrabnj.com/ for his latest whereabouts!
Chris started his career working under Executive Chef Thomas Ciszak at Copeland in Morristown. While working under him he had the honor of assisting him at several James Beard events in NYC. He then took a year off to follow his dream and worked alongside a Michelin Star Chef in Italy. Upon his return, he was Chef De Cuisine at Chakra in Paramus, Exceutive Chef at Esty Street, and General Manager at City Bistro in Hoboken. His culinary journey has brought Chris and his cousin Michael Ponte to open a food truck. Together they set out to reinvent the signature dish of Pontes Restaurant called "The Angry Lobster" and started "The Angry Crab" based out of Jersey City, NJ.
Catering - The Angry Crab is a popular choice for events of all types and sizes. They will work with you to create a custom menu that fits your event and your guests. Next time you are looking for a caterer, give them a call! 973-727-2124
How cute is Archie?
How Do I Find Archie? Easy, Just Follow Him!
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