Address Holsten's Ice Cream Chocolate & Restaurant, 1063 Broad St, Bloomfield, NJ 07003, USA

A true New Jersey institution, just a stone’s throw from Manhattan, Holsten’s has been delighting its customers for over 75 years.

In 1939, Strubbe’s ice cream parlor opened its doors in Bloomfield, a small town in New Jersey. It quickly became popular with the residents and was renamed Martin & Holsten’s before it was simply called Holsten’s. Christopher Carley and Ronald Stark, the current owners, have been working there since they were teenagers. Their commitment to maintaining the authentic atmosphere and cuisine is one of the reasons why the restaurant has changed very little since it opened. It remains popular for its homemade ice cream and its famous onion rings, which Tony Soprano tastes in the final sequence of the HBO series The Sopranos. The success of the show has greatly benefited Holsten’s. This is why the restaurant has kept the Soprano’s family table as it is. The table is easily recognizable thanks to the small plaque on which appears the inscription “This booth reserved for the Soprano Family”.

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