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  • #1 by Bengoshi on 01 May 2021
  • Some valid points here.  Hoboken also has some great slice joints. And another reason New Haven as No. 2 deserves its own category IMHO

    https://nypost.com/2021/04/30/new-jersey-beats-out-new-york-for-best-pizza-title/
  • #2 by psedillo on 01 May 2021
  • Some valid points here.  Hoboken also has some great slice joints. And another reason New Haven as No. 2 deserves its own category IMHO

    https://nypost.com/2021/04/30/new-jersey-beats-out-new-york-for-best-pizza-title/

    I have an automatic reflex to dismiss anything from the New York Post without hesitation.
  • #3 by waltertore on 01 May 2021
  • As a NJ native who learned pizza outside Newark NJ I say Right On Baby :)   I grew up 15 minutes outside Manhattan and spent lots of time in NYC in the 60's-80's.  I watched NYC pizza go downhill in the late 70's onward.  I haven't been back in years and the new NYC is not one I knew which was one of multi generational families and food places.  Never a help wanted sign, never hire off the street...   NYC is now full of non natives.  My friend a 4th generation Manhattan native left last year.  He said he got tired of people telling him where to eat, etc,  who lived there a year.  He sold his home for a boatload and left like the majority of  his peers did.  Our pizzeria made this list for Nevada. 
  • #4 by SammyMeatballs on 01 May 2021
  • NJ beats NY, not NYC. I agree, NJ has consistently better pizza throughout the state than NY or CT.
  • #5 by SammyMeatballs on 01 May 2021
  • I have an automatic reflex to dismiss anything from the New York Post without hesitation.

    LOL. They're just reporting what Food and Wine Magazine said in their findings.
  • #6 by Jersey Pie Boy on 01 May 2021
  • psd...good instinct..that would be your gag reflex  :-D


    As to the tri-state, I believe my user name makes my position clear  ;) 
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