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Got to Sea Isle for the Memorial Day weekend and decided on delivery due to the rain. This was a great choice, glad they opened that weekend. Caesar salad was excellent and the pulled pork sandwich was very good. Would definitely go back.

A winter family visit to Sea Isle and take out for dinner. Easy to order and Covid sensitive service plus excellent food. We enjoyed everything. Definitely a place to frequent

My husband and I ordered from Hanks, during the COVID pandemic we were glad to see how busy they were….it took a while to get thru on the phone…once we placed our order it was ready in a short amount of time. We shared the…guacamole and chips which were delicious! My husband had the Hank Burger and said it was amazing..I had the shrimp pinchos which I believe are no longer on the menu…unfortunately having been to Spain I compared them to what I had in Spain. The presentation was a bit under-whelming and the portion size was a bit small, but they were tasty..We would definitely return and try something else…More

Best food for the money on the island. Whatever you order, whether it’s soup, regular menu items or specials guaranteed to be outstanding.

Whats Next For Hank Sauce

It is an exciting time for Hank Sauce. With a restaurant and manufacturing plant, they have the capacity to really grow the business. Their plans include product innovation, expansion into new points of distribution and investing some resources into branding and marketing. In the past eight years, Hank Sauce has done a tremendous job of delivering a high-quality product while simultaneously building a brand that resonates with customers. This strategy has led to a loyal group of followers that are excited to see what happens next, as Hank Sauce looks to develop new flavors and products.

It will be interesting to see if Hank Sauce will bring on investors during this pivotal time in the business. On one side, an investment could allow the guys to scale the business much more quickly and have access to more retailers across the nation. On the other side, the three friends are very much in sync and have a true vision for the next phase of the business, and there is concern that bringing in another party may throw that off balance. Josh, Matt and Brian have done well so far, and Im excited to see what happens next for them.

Hank Sauce Chooses Millville For Expansion Site

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Front Row: Hank Sauce co-owners Brian “Hank” Ruxton, Josh Jaspan, and Matt Pittaluga meet with CCIA Economic Development Director Jim Watson, Millville Vice-Mayor Jim Quinn, Freeholder Director Joe Derella and Millville Urban Redevelopment Corp. Executive Director Don Ayres, on site of the future Hank Sauce manufacturing site in the Mike Lascarides Industrial Park in Millville.

Hank Sauce, a maker of hot sauces and dry rubs, announced plans to expand its Sea Isle City-based operations in Millville. The company recently purchased property at the Mike Lascarides Industrial Park to construct a manufacturing facility. It will also be applying for UEZ certification and moving forward with hiring a team of professionals to assist with Planning Board submission requirements and construction efforts.

Cumberland County Freeholder Director Joe Derella stated, “This is a great opportunity for three young entrepreneurs, and a real positive for the City of Millville and the county. And good for them for taking advantage of the special incentives that were offered. We believe these made a difference in their choosing to locate in Millville.”

The Millville Urban Redevelopment Corporation, CCIA along with the City of Millville officials were all instrumental in helping to recruit Hank Sauce to locate in the Lascarides Industrial Park.

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Reviews For Hank Sauce

I LOVE this hot sauce! And I dont normally like hot sauce but this has turned me on to it. I bought a few bottles from a super nice gentleman at a reptile expo and now just discovered my local beer distributor has some flavors. Every one Ive tried has been AMAZING. So full of flavor and deliciousness.

Nothing special, understand it’s the shore so prices are jacked up but $13-$17 burgers and sandwiches that are not much more than lots of brioche bread and some meat with potato chips isn’t really worth the cost. I don’t mind paying higher prices but the food needs to be better than just average. Food is ok, just not worth the costs. Heard the wings are solid but again $19 for 12 wings seemed liked a stretch.

This is my new found favorite sauce company. I was shopping a local farmers market Picking up item and the lady recommended Hanks Hot Sauce and glad she did… Went back and just picked myself up some of the honey harbanero. Can’t wait to get it on some wings, ribs, and more…

Growthcurve Episode 1: Hank Sauce

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The Secret Recipe to Branding

An interview with Josh Jaspon and Matt Pittaluga, founders of Hank Sauce, a hot sauce company that is building its brand one customer at a time.

GrowthCurve Episode 18: Hank Sauce

Nearly ten years ago, Matt Pittaluga was assigned a project in his graphic design class at Flagler College in St. Augustine, Florida to create packaging for a product. Inspired by his roommate Brian Hank Ruxtons homemade hot sauce, he designed what is now the signature fish logo of Hank Sauce. Based on the positive feedback of both the design and sauce, Josh Jaspon entered into the mix and saw an opportunity to capitalize on the sauce for anything that needs something.

This is a story about three college roommates that used their unique skill sets to start a business in the $1.8 billion hot sauce industry. The founding team is compiled of a chef, graphic designer and businessman, in which the three friends play to their strengths to create a brand that truly resonates with consumers. Hank Sauce has a dominant presence in the New Jersey shore towns, but it is these summer vacationers that drive their business nationwide by ordering cases of their hot sauce all year long back in their hometowns. The company has built a brand that is more than a cool name and logo. It is their intimate relationship with their customers that allows Hank Sauce to grow nationally.

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Meat House Market Delivery

  • Delivery will be available for all orders over $100, with a nominal, distance-based delivery fee being waived for larger orders.
  • Most orders will be available for delivery in the next available delivery slot, with some items, such as catering, requiring a longer lead time.
  • Delivery will be available in two-hour windows seven days a week on a first-come-first-served basis. See below for a list of our normal delivery hours.
  • Available delivery windows will be presented for your selection at checkout, and are based on the longest lead-time item in your order.
  • Need to change a delivery time after checkout? No sweat! Just give us a call and we’re happy to help!
  • In the unlikely event that you are not at home when we arrive during your scheduled delivery window and we are unable to reach you, your order will be returned to our store for future pickup or redelivery. A redelivery charge may apply if you select this option.
  • Cancellations may not be accepted for orders that have already been assembled.

Hot Heads Official Hot Sauce

Price: $12-16/bottle

This Carlisle, Pa.-based company is reportedly a favorite of comedian Bert Kreischer, and its easy to see why. There are plenty of interesting options here, like Hot Slice and Lemon Drop Pop . But the most unusual may be the fruited sauces like Thats My Jam! and Peach Cobbler that are marketed as dessert sauces, so try spicing up your ice cream.

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Witching Hour Sauce Co

Price: $10-$12/bottle

This Philly-based makers hot sauces have gone goth with Wiccan-inspired names like Cauldron and Coven. But dont worry its motto is Creepy and Delicious. Never Too Hot, so these wont melt your face off. Although, if you want something hotter, check out the limited edition Ember sauce, which packs more of a punch thanks to a mix of jalapeño, habanero, and cayenne peppers.

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SEA ISLE CITY – Any hot sauce you can find in a surf shop lined up in rows like the next artisan sunscreen or surf wax maybe means its creators have got something figured out.

    SEA ISLE CITY – Any hot sauce you can find in a surf shop lined up in rows like the next artisan sunscreen or surf wax maybe means its creators have got something figured out.

    For the Jersey Shore guys behind Hank Sauce, which has taken the red-hot red-hot-sauce market by storm in the last few years, having their friends at Heritage Surf sell their sauce was a no-brainer.

    So was opening up a restaurant on Landis Avenue in the south end of Sea Isle, at 86th Street. Brian “Hank” Ruxton, after all, was an accomplished and creative chef who started out making the sauce for his friends at Flagler College in St. Augustine, Fla. When Matt Pittaluga, now 28, decided to create a logo and bottle design for a college project, the business model seemed to coalesce like a well-formed set of waves. A third friend, Josh Jaspan, the business major, took hold of the business end.

    The sauce is now sold up and down the East Coast, the restaurant is busy, farmers’ market sales are booming, the online business is robust, and their word-of-mouth reputation was such that Di Bruno Bros. in Philadelphia called them to ask to stock the sauce. Basically, they can’t make enough of it.

    So you’re not Hank. Does Hank exist?

    He’s here. He’s really busy. He couldn’t step away right now.

    His name isn’t Hank either?

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