Gibbstown is a small town of about 4,000 people in Gloucester County, New Jersey. Once a sleepy town surrounded by farmlands. Many Italian immigrants Enjoyed the climate and felt at home here. Streets are still named after some of the farms: Cuccinotta Drive, Pieta Place, Giammarina Avenue, Marino Drive, Croce Drive...
- Best to arrive by car. Not far from the Commodore Barry bridge, Route 295, Exit # 17.
- The houses where some immigrants from the Valle San Giovanni and nearby towns in Italy came to live while they worked at the local Dupont Chemical plant.
- Nino Gervasi's ristorante on Broad Street for delicious veal picante with rosemary potatoes and an antipasto made with home-made ingredients.