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Two Boots

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Two Boots

30 Mall Dr W

Jersey City, New Jersey,07310

United States

Company Description

Online Menu for Two Boots - Los Angeles (Echo Park / Silverlake) (Pizza Delivery Food for the Dude) Los Angeles ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Founder and Chief Executive Officer

Saybrook Hospitality Advisors

Chief Operating Officer

LDV Hospitality

Vice President

Morgans Hotel Group Co.

Admissions Interviewer

Yale University


Child Guidance Center of Southern Connecticut Inc

Board Member




Yale University

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Having obsessively sampled pizza from New Haven to Naples, Istanbul to Illinois, Detroit to Dubai, Anaheim to Amalfi and back again, local resident and Two Boots Connecticut Principal Ed Rosenthal certainly knows his way around a pie.
A 36-year restaurant business veteran, and Founder and CEO at consulting powerhouse Saybrook Hospitality Advisors, Rosenthal was looking for restaurant space of his own near his home when he met Two Boots Founder Phil Hartman, and Two Boots Connecticut was born. Partnering with the Jonathan Rose and Malkin Companies, the new pizza partners chose the LEED-Certified Metro Green Development as their first Connecticut site. Two Boots Stamford sits proudly just one block from the Stamford Amtrak Metro-North Train Station, right between there and Harbor Point, a mixed use waterfront development along the Long Island Sound, consisting of thousands of new apartments, office space, several marinas, and a waterfront boardwalk and public park. The newly revitalized South End neighborhood is also home to many other new restaurants and retailers including Fairway Market, Dinosaur BBQ, Exhale Spa, and Design Within Reach. A design collaboration between Rosenthal and Hartman, the spacious new pizzeria has floor to ceiling windows, retro, art-deco custom neon signage, polished concrete floors, gleaming subway tile with glass accents, as well as many Two Boots signature design elements, such as our custom art-deco collage counters and table tops, vintage nail head club chairs and stools, hand-done mosaic tile installations, custom built reclaimed leather booths, and New Orleans folk-art. In keeping with the Two Boots tradition of forging store associations with community non-profit organizations, Two Boots Stamford has also partnered with Child Guidance Center, a vital community service provider of mental health crisis counseling for local children in need, where Rosenthal has served as a member of its Board of Directors for more than eight years. Hartman and Rosenthal, both lifelong fans of the Mets and the Yankees respectively, might be on opposing sides during the Subway Series, but they are hopeful that the Cone Head can bring Stamford fans of both teams together to enjoy some of America's other favorite pastimes… home to a carefully curated selection of pizza-friendly wines and craft beers, seating for more than 30 inside and a beautiful new outdoor dining area to seat another 20 soon to come, Stamford's beer, wine, and pizza (and baseball!) lovers now have a Two Boots to call their own!


Edward Rosenthal
Founder and CEO Saybrook Hospitality Advisors

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Edward Rosenthal


The Stamford Two Boots is not meant to replace the former restaurant in Bridgeport, although it is expected to attract many of its fans, Rosenthal said.
"Stamford is a much different footprint" than Two Boots Bridgeport, Rosenthal said. "No bar - although we do have beer and wine. No dining room - although we are happy to bring your pizza over to your table. And no stage or performance space or DJs, shows, live music, etc." "Once everyone has developed their expert-pizza-making muscle memory, we will do a grand opening party/ribbon cutting in Stamfordand an accompanying marketing/PR and press outreach to spread the word," Two Boots Connecticut Principal Edward Rosenthal said. "It's pretty great, if I do say so myself, and I don't know of anyone else who does a half-red (and) half-white pie," Rosenthal said.


Edward Rosenthal is LDV Hospitality's Chief Operating Officer.
Ed has served as COO and board member for several companies, including the international luxury concierge group Quintessentially, and was Vice President of Food and Beverage for Morgans Hotel Group, where he oversaw all F&B development and operations. When he's not working, Ed sits on the Board of Directors for the non-profit Child Guidance Center, and also enjoys serving as an admissions interviewer for Yale University, where he received his degree in Psychobiology. Ed currently lives in Connecticut with his wife Cathy and their two sons, Charlie and Henry.

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