Had the Margherita. Good pie. Sweet sauce nice cheese. Little to floppy but recommend in the area.
james.hughes67/6/21, 1:05 p.m.
Very high-quality and reasonably priced pizza. We got the Margherita and the boardwalk-style (mozzarella, cheddar, Parmesan, and Jersey tomatoes) pizza with pepperonis. By far one of the best Margheritas I’ve had. The sauce was great, there was a good amount of cheese, and the crust was very thin and delicious. There was the tiniest bit of flop, but not enough to impede any amount of enjoyment. Great pizza in a great little town.
nickontherun5257/6/21, 1:59 a.m.
Fantastic pizza. We had the boardwalk and Margherita. The crisp throughout was great, tons of bright delicious flavor from the tomato, and the cheese on both was quality. Pepperoni on the boardwalk pie was great, the margherita was truly next level. Will definitely be back to study them more.
steven.hauser2/24/20, 12:26 a.m.
Solid pie, excellent crust, sauce a little too sweet and needs to be evenly distributed across pie.
stoked_matthews2/19/20, 6:38 p.m.
Fancy pizza. Some flop. A little greasy. Sauce needs some slice. Good cheese. Outstanding crust. Good pizza.
melissa.lynne2/16/20, 1:39 p.m.
This pizza is delicious, but when advertised as a traditional pizza, it isn’t. Traditional is sauce over the crust and topped w mozzarella. You can see this is presented almost as a margherita and the cheese was jazzed up. This is more like a specialty traditional. Slices are small like a specialty pizza. This was delicious though. This has absolutely become one of our favorite pizza spots, but we know we are getting “fancy” pizza here. Great spot.
eric.bofinger2/16/20, 4:00 a.m.
This was their traditional pizza, which is serve with mozzarella and san Marzano tomatoes. It’s cooked in a 800-900 degree wood fired brick oven. We asked for our pie well done / extra crispy. The crust was charred (which we liked) but the rest of the pie was soft and floppy. Decent taste, fresh ingredients. I wouldn’t call it a real pizza. Maybe South Jerseys impression of South Philly, I’m not sure. Over priced for at $15 for a small sized pie (maybe slightly larger than a personal pie). I may go back for the novelty of it. I think the problem is that the oven is too hot and they only cook their pies for 90 sec. They need to figure out a way to have the entire pie well cooked. Also the website says they do call ahead seating, which they don’t. I also find their hostess to be a little curt and not super friendly.
timothy.graham2/1/20, 10:48 p.m.
Had the margherita pizza. The crust could have been a little crispier, but you can taste the freshness. Definitely coming back again
phillypizzaguy1231/3/20, 5:58 p.m.
Great pepperoni pie! Nothing really to dislike about it. Nice little restaurant. Garlic knots were awesome too.
julia.vail12/23/19, 9:01 p.m.
This is the margherita pie. Really good sauce. Ingredients are really fresh. Not a huge fan of the charred crust and could be crispier throughout. Really good pie overall