Tavola Rustica will soon open at Liberty Hall in Lambertville, NJ
Did you hear the news? A new restaurant opens in July where Liberty Hall used to be in Lambertville.
It’s called Tavola Rustica Pizzeria and Forneria. This is an Italian restaurant where the dishes will remind you of Sunday dinner with a beloved family.
Tavola Rustica means “rustic table”… the kind of table where family and friends gather, eat good food and tell old stories from the good old days. Do you get the vibe?
The menu is simple, hearty and delicious, filled with classic Italian dishes.
Can’t wait for the Terra Cotta Fired Pizza. . . Yum. You can create your own pizza with different doughs like original/vegan, whole wheat or gluten free (cauliflower) and different toppings.
You will recognize the name of the new owners, Gretalia Hospitality Group. The group also owns PJ’s Pancake House, Osteria Procaccini, Trattoria Procaccini and Mi Espana, which has just opened in the Princeton Mall.
One of the owners, John Procaccini, is looking forward to the grand opening of Tavola Rustica, saying: “Liberty Hall was much appreciated. The September flood unfortunately destroyed them. We hope to fill their big shoes and continue what Liberty Hall started, serving the citizens of Lambertville and putting down roots in this wonderful community. »
Gretalia Hospitality Group is also opening another PJ’s Pancake House location in Hamilton, NJ this fall. It will be located on the site of the former Fame Diner. The restaurant will be demolished and a new restaurant will be built in the same footprint.
Tavola Rustica is located at 243 North Union Street, Lambertville.
I am delighted with its opening. I will let you know as soon as I know the exact date.
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