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Lenny's Clam Bar

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Lenny's Clam Bar

161 - 03 Crossbay Blvd

Howard Beach, New York,11414

United States

Company Description

Opened in 1974, Lenny's Clam Bar and Restaurant continues with its second generation of family hospitality. Fresh, high quality ingredients and a warm welcoming atmosphere await you and your friends.... more

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jdrf.org

Joe Decandia
Joe Decandia Board of Directors Bio Joe Decandia Board of Directors Joe is the owner of Lenny's Clam Bar & Restaurant, a landmark establishment in Queens. Founded in 1974 by Joe's father, Lenny's is a renowned fixture in the Howard Beach community. Joe is President of the International Society of SS. Cosma and Damiano, a non-profit organization that was founded in 1990 by the Decandia family. Joe and his wife Doreen live in Howard Beach and have four children.


www.lennysclambar.com [cached]

My father, Joseph DeCandia, was born in Bari, Italy and came to America in 1956 at the age of 18.
He took odd jobs as a dishwasher, a baker and a butcher. In 1958 he took a job at "Lenny's Pizza" in Brooklyn on 86th Street where he started to learn the pizza business. A year later he went to work at "Lenny's Pizza" on Nostrand Avenue which he later purchased in 1960. I realized while working alongside my father that together with hard work, great food, good service and his personal attention what truly can be attributed to Lenny's popularity and fame was him inviting people into his restaurant by saying "Ask for Joe and get a free glass of wine on the house."


queenscourier.com

Joe DeCandia, owner of Lenny's Clam Bar, was back in business less than a month after the storm.
He worked practically around the clock on repairs. Now, he said, the popular eatery along with most of the boulevard is in good shape. "We're doing pretty good," he said. "We're up and running.


www.lennysclambar.com

?My father, Joseph DeCandia, was born in Bari, Italy and came to America in 1956 at the age of 18.
He took odd jobs as a dishwasher, a baker and a butcher. In 1958 he took a job at "Lenny's Pizza" in Brooklyn on 86th Street where he started to learn the pizza business. A year later he went to work at "Lenny's Pizza" on Nostrand Avenue which he later purchased in 1960. I realized while working alongside my father that together with hard work, great food, good service and his personal attention what truly can be attributed to Lenny's popularity and fame was him inviting people into his restaurant by saying "Ask for Joe and get a free glass of wine on the house."


queenscourier.com

"It was a mess," said Joe De Candia, owner of Lenny's Clam Bar.
The restaurant lost power for about three weeks, but De Candia said they immediately started making repairs, which were paid for out-of-pocket. After the power returned it took another two weeks before they had a partial reopening. "We were limping but we were able to reopen," De Candia said. The gym next door, Better Bodies Fitness for Women, wasn't able to rebuild so De Candia bought the property and expanded the restaurant and added a party room. He also shifted the bar to make it bigger.


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