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Our Place Pizza & Catering Celebrates Edison Grand Opening

Lifelong friends and Our Place owners (L to R) Mike Lauer and Jeff Tieger. Credits: Marc Krauss
Joe Coyle, Chairman of the Edison Chamber of Commerce hosting the ceremonial red ribbon cutting with Mayor Thomas Lankey cutting the ribbon flanked by the Lauer and Tieger families.  Credits: Marc Krauss
Our Place pizza counter Credits: Marc Krauss
Our Place staff serve family and friends at the grand opening. Credits: Marc Krauss

EDISON, NJ – Edison adds a new place for classic and gourmet pizza and food, as Our Place Pizza & Catering celebrated its grand opening Wednesday evening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony attended by family members, distinguished guests and many local friends.

Lifelong friends and owners Mike Lauer and Jeff Tieger purchased the pizzeria formerly known as Vincenzo’s. Our Place kept the the modern décor  adding a few personal touches giving the pizzeria a fresh look. With a menu full of choices, Our Place is creating its own place at 938 Inman Ave. 

“We knew we needed to bring something different to the table.  Every restaurant claims to use the best and freshest ingredients...of course we do," said Jeff Tieger. "We really want our customers to say ‘Wow'.” 

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The grand opening was hosted by Joe Coyle, Chairman of the Edison Chamber of Commerce and the ceremonial red ribbon was held by Mike and Jeff’s children. Mayor Thomas Lankey cut the ribbon officially opening Our Place.

“I’m always happy to see the entrepreneurial spirit in Edison,” said Lankey. “Our Place is a welcomed addition to our great family of locally owned businesses.”

Mike Lauer comes from a strong marketing background, which includes more than 12 years with the NBA. Jeff Tieger spent 15 years in restaurant management. Although their professional careers have gone down very different paths, the two friends have found a way to combine their experiences to create a winning formula.

"Community has always been big for us and we really want to contribute and be a vital part of what's going on around us,” said Mike Lauer.  “We're sponsoring Colonia and J.P. Stevens High School sports programs, as well as local and county first responders.  Additionally, we partnered with Relay for Life of Clark for a week long fundraiser to benefit the American Cancer Society."

Our Place serves Classic and Gourmet style Pizzas along with range of Hot and Cold Subs, Wraps, Sandwiches, Pasta, Chicken, Veal and Seafood dishes. 

Our Place is open 7 days a week:

Monday - Thursday:  11 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Friday - Saturday:  11 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Sunday:  12 – 10 p.m.

Call (908) 822-1120 to place your order.

Our Place offers delivery service to: Edison, Clark, Scotch Plains, Iselin, Colonia, and South Plainfield.

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