The best pizzas in Jersey City are some of the tastiest in all the state – from dollar slices to Neapolitan-style pies.
It’s right up there with New York when it comes to getting an authentic and super gourmet pie. It really is that good.
But enough about all that – let’s get straight to that dough. Grab a couple of friends and get ready to load up on delicious carbs with these seven best pizzas in Jersey City…
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Razza is SO goddamn good that even loyal pizza fans from New York city will pop over on the Path train just to get one of these pies.
They use only local ingredients, including housemade cheeses and specially-bred hazelnuts. Crusts are old-school Italian, AKA perfectly charred, chewy and made with passion.
Delenio is a classic Jersey City pizza joint that does traditional Sicilian-style pies that are oozing in cheese. The sort of pizza you’ll never get tired of eating.
Not sure what you’re in the mood for? Try one of their specialties including Grandma Pizza , Vegetable Pizza, Margherita Pizza, Chicken Parm Pizza, and more.
Want some authentic Neapolitan pizza? This three-story restaurant includes one of the few rooftop spaces in the city and has delicious pizzas churning out of its wood-fired oven all day long.
The Carbonara pie is particularly good, as is the DJ Jazzy Jeff: smoked Pecorino Romano, Jersey corn and ricotta salata.
John’s of Times Square has been voted one of New York’s best pizzas because of its unique characteristics: all pizzas are made to order in one of their four coal-fired brick ovens, like a cast iron pan. The best news? They have a Jersey City location so you don’t have to hop on the PATH.
Roman Nose is the delicious end product of Maria & Ruggero Fiore’s journey from a small farming village in the Lazio region of Italy (between Rome and Naples) to the heart of JC.
They make their own homemade mozzarella and pizza dough from scratch every day for the freshest Italian-style pizza possible. As for toppings? Choose from Prosciutto di Parma or basil pesto.
Paparazzi Pizza is the real deal – they bake every pie in their stone-fired oven. The Hollywood-themed restaurant serves as a fun backdrop along with their seriously delicious pizza.
The low-key pizza joint does pizza by the slice or by the pie, and they also deliver. Always a great choice.
Carmine’s is a great Italian family business. Dad Angelo makes the sauce that goes on every pie; and they make all their own dough in house. Thin-crust & Sicilian pies are available to eat in (grab a seat by the sidewalk) or takeaway.
Be sure to keep an eye out for the two sons’ crazy pizza tossing skills.