ryan.rutherford2/6/20, 7:13 a.m.
It’s called “Boardwalk” Pizza because it’s supposed to emulate Jersey Shore pizza, unfortunately, this pie belongs at the bottom of the ocean. Even though you may see some splotches of red in this picture, you certainly can’t taste the sauce. I thought they gave me a white pie with no ricotta and extra grease. The dough is soft and chewy with little-to-no flavor. The cheese is generic as well and without much sauce to compliment it, there’s not much taste to this slice. If you’re craving Jersey Shore pizza, take a ride to the Jersey Shore cause this is not even close to the real thing.
pizzadad71/25/20, 11:55 p.m.
Very greasy slice. Had some flop. Cheese was good. The sauce lacked a little something for me. The crust has a nice consistency, it was soft and chewy with a slight crunch
pizzaeater51/21/20, 10:44 p.m.
Crust has a nice crunch. Not too much flop. Cheese is quality and sauce compliments the slice.
cpfc1/21/20, 10:43 p.m.
Thin pool of grease then Boardwalk pizza is for you. Doesn’t represent the Seaside or Wildwood slices they claim. Average at best
paulie.pizza10/22/19, 10:16 p.m.
Solid Friday Night Pizza. Great darkness on bottom of the dough, tasty sauce and good flavor. A bit cheesy or else it’s in the 7’s.
sicilian_mike_816/5/19, 3:10 a.m.
This was my favorite place when I first moved to the area but it was all I knew. Their specialty slices are very good, their Boom slice in my pic is good, can be a bit much some days and you need a nap after. They don’t do a Sicilian slice so not cup of tea usually but their plain slice is pretty good , and a big plus is their slice ... it’s always a great meal
josh.sanchez13/2/19, 9:08 p.m.
Their specialty slices are best in the area while they give a humongous 24” solid plain slice
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