Today, Mossuto’s 5,000 square foot Market features a wide variety of imported, cured meats, imported cheeses, olive oils, cookies, pastries, and a number of Italian specialty items. Freshly prepared foods include delicious, homemade chicken, veal and beef dishes, as well as pastas, sandwiches, soups, salads, and antipasti.
The Café features a menu influenced by the flavors and aromas of Italy. Benny’s philosophy is simple: create amazing food using only the freshest ingredients, and prepare it in the traditional Italian way. That dedication to authenticity is infused into every dish, from starters to entrées to the genuine Pizza Napoletana. Handcrafted according to the old-world standards, and baked in a wood fired oven, Mossuto’s exceptional pies are made using only imported flour and tomatoes, and fresh, homemade mozzarella. There simply is no room for compromise.
With an open kitchen and casual space, diners feel right at home. The relaxed and friendly bar, offering an extensive list of beer, wine and spirits, as well as the comfortable dining room, make Mossuto’s the perfect setting to enjoy extraordinary food made with passion and attention to every detail. Benny wouldn’t have it any other way.
Experience authentic Italy right here at the Jersey shore.
Mossuto’s Market & Café is the Jersey Shore’s favorite stop for the freshest and most authentic collection of Italian specialties. With many of the dishes and recipes having been passed down in the Mossuto family from generation to generation, that true Italian flavor is captured in every bite at Mossuto’s Market & Café.
Biagio Schiano, owner of Mossuto’s Market , Café & Bar, brings his family’s legacy, and the incredible tastes of Italy, to his unique shopping and dining destination. Benny’s vision to open what would become Mossuto’s, was formed over 20 years ago as he grew up working alongside his parents in the family business, A&S Italian Imports. The deli and purveyor of Italian specialties was a long-time local favorite, and served as his training ground, as well as his inspiration for Mossuto’s.