Good Day NY Learns Crab Cakes From The Best

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Arthur’s Of Hoboken Makes A Successful Appearance Good Day NY.

Anchor Greg Kelly replied, “They’re looking good, and they’re smelling great.”

Arthur’s Of Hoboken, located right on Washington St., is known for making some of the best steaks in the tri-state area. Surprisingly enough, their crab cakes also caught the attention of Good Day NY. That is why Tom Barone, the owner of Arthur’s of Hoboken was invited to the Good Day Café to prepare the infamous crab cakes right on the set. Since their steaks have long been praised, it seemed like a golden opportunity for Arthur’s of Hoboken to highlight another delicious item on their menu. (Video: Good Day NY, Good Day Café)

Barone recognized that although their steaks are sought after, there is another portion of their customer base that tends to shy away from red meat and that those customers are just as crucial to their success as their regular carnivorous customers. From the beginning, the attractive interior and exterior of Arthur’s were immediately recognized as screen shots were shown. As the appearance went underway, Barone was able to use a handful of simple fresh ingredients that he shared with the American viewing public to prepare the crab cakes. The generous portion was then lightly breaded and pan seared Barone remarked, “We want you to know that you are eating good crab meat.” Anchor Greg Kelly replied, “They’re looking good, and they’re smelling great.”

Finally, the dish was tied together and served with a roasted corn salsa and a chipotle aioli for an extra kick. While Barone was preparing the salsa, anchor Greg Kelly asked Barone how he got into the business. Barone replied that his mother was the “legendary cook” and that his father was the “legendary eater.” Smiling he went on to say “Being born of Sicilian parents, I didn’t stand a chance…I was obsessed with food since day one.”

Route 72 Systems saw an opportunity to help Arthur’s Of Hoboken with their online internet marketing strategies. Route 72 has started to connect the dots to put this Hoboken staple on the top of search engines, social media venues, public relations, email lists and email marketing database efforts. Jim Alamia CEO of Route 72 commented, “I’ve been to Arthurs a million times and always love eating their rib eye steak and enjoying great service. After I heard that Tom Barone was leading the company into the 21st century I knew that I wanted my company to be a part of it. Tom genuinely knows how to service customers and keep them coming back. These times are truly exciting for us.”

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