Solid pie. Good flop. Good sauce
eric.dahl8/4/22, 9:58 p.m.
Solid! Wouldn’t go in the 8’s but for shore pizza it’s one of the better places I’ve been to! No flop, sweeter sauce, good amount of cheese! Was still solid as it cooled down too
deli_meats_pizza8/4/22, 6:55 p.m.
Honestly right up there w Mack’s to me, only thing that gives them the edge is Sam’s coulda been cooked a tad longer so there was major flop, def best 2 in WW
doug.druziak7/20/22, 11:58 a.m.
Dave got the score right on this one. Pizza is pretty thin, taste is very good, although it had some flop, closer to the crust was amazing and crispy. Actually one of the best crusts I’ve had.
adam.nye7/20/22, 1:27 a.m.
sauce and cheese were decent. too much flop and no crisp. Joes a block or two away had twice the crisp and slice was twice as big.
floridascott7/12/22, 3:15 p.m.
This place has let me down 2 times in the past, but I want to be fare and see again why people swear by it as the best they ever had. 1. Today I was pleasantly surprised. The slice came out fresh from the oven. Was thinner than the past. Last couple times were very doughy. 2. The sauce had some good sweetness to it, may needed a touch of salt. Cheese tasted very good but it had an unusually stringy texture that I've never see in my 165+ pizza reviews. 3. My overall assessment is they are not consistent ( especially after reading there reviews) but with the right cook that day, they can do a fabulous job!
aj.labella7/2/22, 4:33 p.m.
Ordered well done. Crust was perfect. Very crispy. No flop. Honestly a little bland compared to what I remember. Sauce lacking.
ryan.rutherford7/1/22, 3:30 a.m.
A Jersey Shore boardwalk institution since 1957, this is a top spot for locals; but it’s the summertime “Bennys” & “Phillies” that really make this business boom. Like most old school pizzerias, this is cash only. They charge $20.50 for a large pie; which is designed to generate “keep the change tips.” If that’s how they’re gonna roll, $18.50 would be more customer friendly. Aesthetically, it’s a really nice looking, very traditional, boardwalk “Football Pizza.” The dough is tasty, with a charred undercarriage, solidly firm, no flop, with super thick doughy crust, and virtually no crisp. The cheese is fairly standard, slightly creamy, with a notch above average flavor. I expected the dark red sauce to be sweet and flavorful; but shockingly, the sauce has more of a bitter tang with a little zip on it, lacking in sweetness, a very distinct, somewhat dull flavor. I didn’t hate the sauce, certainly didn’t love it; but it just didn’t knock my socks off. Overall, it’s a significantly heavy pie, very similar to Prep’s in Ocean City, NJ, especially when it comes to the crust. For boardwalk pizza, this is very good; definitely better than most beach pies. However, they don’t pick up the phone to place orders during busy hours and this isn’t the type of pizza worth waiting in lines that run over 20 minutes. While it’s worth a try if you’re in the area, this spot is a little overhyped as a pizza travel destination.
alanmoore1016/30/22, 2:31 a.m.
Had to come here twice to make a fair assessment. Second visit was much better but I honestly can’t see why locals rave about this pie. It’s good but there’s better options close by.
kevin.price6/27/22, 11:29 p.m.
Well established boardwalk pizza and I must say not bad. Airy crispy crust with flavor sauce was a little bland and cheese had some tang. Can see why it’s a main stay as compared to usual boardwalk pie this stands out.
e_doublecheese6/11/22, 11:26 p.m.
Fresh! Hot and fast. Closest pizza to true New York style in Jersey Shore.
crispyjawn2/20/22, 5:24 p.m.
Best pie south of Atlantic City but still nothing that will blow your balls off