About De Lorenzo's Tomato Pies
623 Yelp Reviews
superslicer11/3/23, 3:44 p.m.
Definitely the best tomato pie in NJ. Crust is thin and sauce is amazing!!!!
mr.plow10/23/23, 12:45 a.m.
I made the trek to po dunk New Jersey based on Prez’s monster score. I gotta say Dave, this pizza did not blow my dick off. Sure it was high quality and tasted decent, but this is a 7.9 at best. Sorry prez, I think you need to rescore this.
jiggygvili10/15/23, 12:11 a.m.
Sauce is sweet, nice crunch. Isn’t amazing for me but it’s good.
stephanie.mikus9/29/23, 4:59 p.m.
Every element of the pizza has great flavor. The garlic is definitely present in a good way. I prefer a thicker crust but over all great pizza
cjaquilino9/24/23, 7:11 p.m.
I’d be shocked if they’re not putting some oil in their crust. It’s crispy and eggshell flaky and crispy. Particularly for a square cut thin crust, this may be the crispiest pie I've had besides Johnny's in Mount Vernon. It's on the same level though. I'd put this up there right with a John's or Patsy's when they're baked right. Which I had the same day at the One Bite Fest. This is that straight forward old-school tomato pie type pizza from over a hundred years ago. Excellent no frills crispy, crunchy crust without being chewy. Definitely felt my slice lacked tomato on top, which is their signature but my other slice later (not pictured) fixed that issue. This isn't an artisanal pie, with extras like basil or parmigiana. Just really well executed coal fired pizza with a good, salt and tomato, sauce that's neither too sweet or tart.
giantpants9/17/23, 1:00 a.m.
The crust is spectacular. Too much tomato and tomato taste and the middle does not hold up. Had the highest expectations ever for this place but yanno
aidan.glynn28/16/23, 6:00 p.m.
Pizza left me speechless Best pizza I’ve ever had and I’ve had bleeker, di fara, and Sally’s
richard.haddon17/26/23, 12:27 a.m.
Here’s the box. Devoured before a picture was taken. It was outstanding. Pieces of tomato in sauce was superb.