The 12 Best Pizzerias in New Jersey
Another long-standing pie joint, Patsy’s, which opened in 1931, is unassuming in a kitschy, vintage way. But the pizzas are why people keep coming back. Baked in a brick oven, they come out with a nice char and are ultra crispy. Toppings and sauce go almost all the way to the crust, which has uneven and crunchy edges. The garbage pie (pepperoni, sausage, mushrooms, onions, garlic) is a popular choice. Cash only.