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2 minutes ago, Zipper said:

Let the beatings begin!:-):-):-)

Oh crap...I need to find a safe space:rofl:

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The Jersey Shore has several great pizza establishments. Linda's on Fischer Blvd Toms River is on the money. Pies on 9 in Beachwood, Italy's Best in Lakehurst, Schiano's on Lakehurst Rd Toms River to name a few. For boardwalk pizza, Saw Mill, and Marucas. Thin crust enthusiasts have to try Pete and Elda's in Neptune !

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Sorry to change the topic but.....is that a pay phone under the sign?:rofl: -didn't know they still existed.

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Friday is usually pizza night and we like Forte’s in Randolph.  

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3 hours ago, 3Blade said:

Don't beat me up  but I have to say my wife likes to shop at Whole Foods once in a while for fruit and vegetables and will bring home their Pizza. It is better then most pizzerias. It is a little pricey but pretty damn good.

You’re not alone.  We’ve tried the pizza at Whole Foods. It’s pretty good.

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3 blade. Your fired 3 guys jerry the the best 3 guys he hired me as a kid I had hair to my shoulder and an eating gave me a job .

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9 minutes ago, hunterbob1 said:

3 blade. Your fired 3 guys jerry the the best 3 guys he hired me as a kid I had hair to my shoulder and an eating gave me a job .

I haven't been to 3guys in YEARS.

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1 minute ago, hunterbob1 said:

How  are you doing with work

Been real busy. Thanks for asking.

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Towne Tavern in Rahway for thin crust or Rustoni's in Sayerville for regular neopolitan.

 

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Towne tavern is the one by the courthouse there?  If so, their thin crust rocks!

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Cesco's, Rt 94 South, Fredon NJ...  Had it all from Brooklyn to Timesquare to Bloomfield, Reservoir Tavern in Boonton (good) but Cesco's is best..

Get the Nonnina or the Palermo... 

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8 hours ago, Zipper said:

The Jersey Shore has several great pizza establishments. Linda's on Fischer Blvd Toms River is on the money. Pies on 9 in Beachwood, Italy's Best in Lakehurst, Schiano's on Lakehurst Rd Toms River to name a few. For boardwalk pizza, Saw Mill, and Marucas. Thin crust enthusiasts have to try Pete and Elda's in Neptune !

Pete and Elda was the worst pizza I ever have eaten.

I don't get how it great reviews.

 

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Warren County is tough for a good pie. Desidario's on 31 used to make good pizza.  Wood fired brick oven.  Actual Neopolitan style pies.  It went down hill a few years back and last I heard it went out of business.
DiColas in Washington makes a reasonable Sicilian pie actually.  Other than that...the best pizza in Warren County is my wood fired sourdough pizza that I only make a couple times a year. Other than that, I don't bother to eat much pizza these days

Log Cabin in Columbia has very good pizza. I also like Nicolosis in Peeburg. If you live in Warren County and cross the crik Easton has some very good options.


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In the 70's and 80's any pizza in Trenton was great. Maruca's, delorenzo's, pizza plaza, roma bar, etc. Down in Camden county, I have yet to find good pizza in the 25 years down here.

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12 hours ago, not on the rug said:

Warren County is tough for a good pie. Desidario's on 31 used to make good pizza.  Wood fired brick oven.  Actual Neopolitan style pies.  It went down hill a few years back and last I heard it went out of business.

DiColas in Washington makes a reasonable Sicilian pie actually.  Other than that...the best pizza in Warren County is my wood fired sourdough pizza that I only make a couple times a year. Other than that, I don't bother to eat much pizza these days

The best pizza shop resides in Warren County. Nicolosi's has been there since the mall was built in the 60's and is still the best thin crust cheese pizza there is. It is in the Hillcrest Professional Mall on 22 West in Phillipsburg. Another is the Alpha Sub Shop on 519 in Alpha. Another that I hear about but have yet to try is Caio in Broadway.

There are so many pizza shops here in this area that trying them all is a challenge in itself. Antonio's in Easton, Apollo in Easton used to be really good if you are ever in the area for any of the other BS Easton has to offer.

 

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9 hours ago, madeinuk said:

Towne tavern is the one by the courthouse there?  If so, their thin crust rocks!

Yep.  That's the one

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37 minutes ago, _X7 said:

The best pizza shop resides in Warren County. Nicolosi's has been there since the mall was built in the 60's and is still the best thin crust cheese pizza there is. It is in the Hillcrest Professional Mall on 22 West in Phillipsburg. Another is the Alpha Sub Shop on 519 in Alpha. Another that I hear about but have yet to try is Caio in Broadway.

There are so many pizza shops here in this area that trying them all is a challenge in itself. Antonio's in Easton, Apollo in Easton used to be really good if you are ever in the area for any of the other BS Easton has to offer.

 

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I'm sorry to disagree with you....When I moved out here my real estate agent as well as folks around my house told us how great they are....OK, it's worth trying, well we went, we ate it, we never went back.....it's crap, no taste, same for Enzo's near the M&M's factory.....Francesco's is the best in the area, but compared to what I grew up on and know even his pizza is average at best.

In Hoboken my cousin's place is very good, Delfino's...... even he agrees Lodi Pizza is just damn great !!!

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3 hours ago, Farmshine said:


Log Cabin in Columbia has very good pizza. I also like Nicolosis in Peeburg. If you live in Warren County and cross the crik Easton has some very good options.


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The log cabin makes an OK pie.  Flavorful but always a hair under cooked and way too greasy

48 minutes ago, _X7 said:

The best pizza shop resides in Warren County. Nicolosi's has been there since the mall was built in the 60's and is still the best thin crust cheese pizza there is. It is in the Hillcrest Professional Mall on 22 West in Phillipsburg. Another is the Alpha Sub Shop on 519 in Alpha. Another that I hear about but have yet to try is Caio in Broadway.

There are so many pizza shops here in this area that trying them all is a challenge in itself. Antonio's in Easton, Apollo in Easton used to be really good if you are ever in the area for any of the other BS Easton has to offer.

 

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Nicolosis is decent.  Nothing special though

 

Enzos is dog food. Actually, I wouldn't even feed it to my dog.  He'd probably get sick

 

I forgot to mention DeLucia's in Raritan.  Has anyone been there recently?  They used to make one of the best pizzas in the state.  Hands down

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13 hours ago, LPJR said:

If Star Tavern in Orange mentioned above a couple of times is the one near Turtle Back Zoo, that was the absolute best pizza ever. I went as a kid when I lived in Verona....Didn't know it was still around..

Went there as a kid when I lived in Vernon as well...small world.

Yes it is not far from Turtle Back Zoo and it has been around forever.  My father used to go there as a kid and he is 90 now!

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there is a reason I drive over one hour when I want/need the best Pizza, and I drive from Southern Warren County, to Lodi......It's just that damn great !!!!  If any of you find yourself in the area, stop in order a pie regular or sicilian.......sit down in one of the few tables they have and enjoy it

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