Meatball Shop Shills for Chase Ink in New Commercial [VIDEO]

Posted on: November 16th, 2012 at 10:23 am by

In case four locations (with another on the way), myriad late-night television appearances, and Celebrity Apprentice cameos weren’t enough, Lower East Side favorite Meatball Shop is now endorsing credit cards in a national arena. Indeed, the year-old Williamsburg location is the star of a new commercial for the Chase Ink brand. We watch as co-owners Michael Chernow and Daniel Holzman sing ultimate praise for this piece of plastic, while shots of the interior are displayed across the screen.

Meatball Shop boasts five outposts. Which is your favorite?

OG Lower East Side – 84 Stanton Street
West Village – 64 Greenwich
Williamsburg – 170 Bedford
Chelsea – 200 Ninth Avenue, coming soon.
Upper East Side – 1462 Second Avenue, expected winter 2013.

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