Very good thin crust pizza. The only thing holding back this pie is the crust. The crunch factor in the crust is a little much for me, but the taste is excellent.
rms175/23/22, 11:32 p.m.
Bar thin but sauce and cheese are substantial. Bit confused overall but enjoying. Worth a visit.
ed.drilon3/18/22, 4:32 p.m.
Very similar to new park tavern, known this place for like a decade and revisitied their pizza great move
justin.turner3/5/22, 3:25 p.m.
Bar pie with medium flop and little grease. Hard to describe the flavor of its cheese and sauce, has a distinct taste. Crust didn’t wow me as much I was anticipating.
ryan.rutherford3/2/22, 7:07 a.m.
Not exactly a chain, but they have 3 different locations, including this Bound Brook spot that supposedly dates back to 1863 when it was a bed and breakfast. That’s almost 160 years in the service industry, which is absolutely incredible. Evidently they’ve been making thin crust pizza here since 1955, which is the name of their standard cheese pie: “The Rock ‘55.” Their “large” pizza is actually a 14” bar pie. If you’re looking for something bigger, you can order the “Whopper” (18”) or for big parties you can get the “Epic” (28”). I opted for the large and upon first impression, it looked like, felt like, and tasted like generic frozen pizza. Miraculously, it grew on me with each bite, getting tastier and tastier, going from garbage to good after 2 slices. The sauce is actually sneaky delicious, not particularly sweet but seasoned well with a little kick, getting even better towards the remarkably crunchy crust. The cheese is pretty basic, a tad thickish for thin crust, fairly tight with a nice layer of char. The dough is razor thin, surprisingly tasty, decently crispy, with an outrageously crunchy cracker-like crust. Overall, this is a unique and somewhat polarizing pizza in both taste and texture. After a rough start, I really came around to enjoying this pie as a whole. While it might be everyone’s cup of tea, I think it’s very solid among bar pies.
rushfan-duhpizzareviewdude1/13/22, 8:03 p.m.
Cracker thin crust. Excellent execution. Taste on the standard pie is average. Nothing about the sauce or cheese is worth a comment. Don’t travel for this. Good choice if you are local. Bonus reviews- Margarita 6.3 - excellent execution but weak taste Artisan- killer. Taste jumps out. Whatever additional ingredients are in this, it works. Some extra spices make the grana Padano (grand piano?) cheese, and the sauce explode into a flavor bomb. 8.3 — try this!
ralhellcat1/11/22, 1:03 a.m.
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daniellet11.8/9/21, 12:23 a.m.
Solid Pizza- nice thin crust, sauce to cheese ratio is good and crust has a nice crunch. If you like thin crust pizza would def recommend.
jonathan.horvat4/3/21, 11:24 p.m.
Good bar pie, super thin cracker like crust, sauce could be better but hits the expectations of a good bar pie.
mr.saturdaynight1/15/21, 6:40 p.m.
A super thin crust bar pie that is actually over crispy. It was almost like biting into a “Rock” It actually left a bad aftertaste.
nick.mattingly212/6/20, 1:14 a.m.
Good bar pie, would be better a little bit well done. Little bit of flop but overall good pizza.
baseball.dad10/10/20, 1:16 a.m.
Margherita Pizza. Very thin extra crispy crust with a crushed tomato sauce, fresh mozzarella (absolutely stellar), and shredded basil that will put a smile on your face. The Chimney Rock Inn hit one out of the park with this pie!
trl38/31/20, 6:22 p.m.
Nice thin crust and crisp. Sauce is on the low side. Sauce could use more taste as well
shaun.gaffney6/27/20, 11:10 p.m.
Typical Jersey bar pie. Very thin, but the sauce still has a good tang. Was able to take down a small pie with no problem.