Pizza in East Hanover

$7 for $12 Worth of Pizza — Giustino's Pizzeria Restaurant

Giustino's Pizzeria

Newark

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$12 $7

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$17 for Two Three-Topping Pizzas of Any Size at Pizza Zone ($34 Value)

Pizza Zone

Lodi

Create your own pizzas choosing from toppings such as salami, Italian sausage, green peppers, garlic, and cheddar cheese

$34 $17

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Pizzas, Appetizers, and Zeppoli Pastries at Pastabilitys (Up to 46% Off). Two Options Available.

Pastabilitys

Wanaque

Pair appetizers like fried ravioli or mussels marinara with specialty pizzas, such as eggplant parmiagiana or shrimp scampi

$32.45 $18

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$12 for $20 Worth of Italian Cuisine at Giovanni's Restaurant & Pizzeria

Giovanni's Restaurant & Pizzeria

Wyckoff

Laid-back eatery dishes out cuisine such as penne al pesto, grilled chicken salad with beets and strawberries, and buffalo chicken pizza

$20 $12

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Pizza and Italian Cuisine for Dine-In, or Delivery or Takeout from Goodfella's Bayonne (Half Off)

Goodfella's Bayonne

Bayonne

Italian restaurant specializing in brick-oven pizza made with signature semolina dough, fresh mozzarella, and homemade sauces

$30 $15

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Pizza and Italian Food at Georgio's Pizzeria (Up to 37% Off). Two Options.

Georgio's Pizzeria

Financial District

New York-style pizza is just one of the pie options at this eatery that celebrates Italian-American food from across the country

$30 $19

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Pizza and Drinks for Two or Four at Rizzo's Fine Pizza (Up to 54% Off)

Rizzo's Fine Pizza

New York

Acclaimed Sicilian–style pizzas topped with fresh ingredients, such as anchovies, mushrooms, and garlic paired with a glass of wine or beer

$38 $19

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Tortellini. Strawberries. Chicken marsala. You'd normally find these foods on porcelain dishware, not on top of pizzas. At Pizza Oven Mamma Mia, however, they're essential toppings to some of the eatery's most popular pies. In fact, at their glassed-in display counter, you might even see these unorthodox toppings all mingling on the same tray?a slice of penne-vodka pizza next to a slice with broccoli and onions. The rest of the menu is a bit more traditional (eggplant panini at lunch, veal parmigiana at dinner), but you can always end your meal with another of Mamma Mia's unique slices: Nutella dessert pizza with those aforementioned strawberries. Other favorites include Sicilian rice balls, fresh meatballs, breaded chicken cutlets, fresh-made sauce, stuffed peppers, stuffed eggplant, ravioli and Italian sausage, and more.

50 Rt. 10
East Hanover,
NJ
US

Pizzeta Enoteca dishes up Italian fare, but nothing about this eatery is stuffily traditional. Instead, the staff strives to create a fresh, hip atmosphere, one that appeals to New Jersey’s young families. The menu makes the concept clearer with its headlining pizzetas and their unique toppings. The small-serving, thin-crust pies come crowned with everything from buffalo chicken to four-cheese blends to garden vegetables, mozzarella, and garlic to mimic the flavors of caprese salad. Although Millburn-Short Hills Patch says that “pizza is the way to go at Pizzeta,” the menu boasts a slew of tasty antipasti, paninis, and pastas. It also has dessert covered. Ricotta-filled cannoli and espresso-soaked tiramisu end meals more sweetly than a hug from a waiter who happens to be a kitten.

73 W Mount Pleasant Ave
Livingston,
NJ
US

From the dining room, you can watch the Mancino's chefs slide pizzas in and out of the brick oven, each pie emerging with a crispy golden crust. Though pizza is the main attraction, the chefs also assemble hearty sandwiches and whole-wheat pasta dishes, paired with Italian staples such as prosciutto di parma and freshly baked ciabatta bread.

Mancino's has exchanged the standard-issue red-checked tablecloths for crisp, white linens. Wall sconces and dangling pendant lights illuminate the restaurant's tastefully minimal dining room, the kind of place where the queen might celebrate her pizza-party jubilee.

99 Bloomfield Ave
Denville,
NJ
US

Homemade meatballs nestle into piles of spaghetti under a blanket of fresh red sauce. Local produce tops crisp pizzas, and hot and cold sandwiches embrace fillings with locally procured bread. Here at Macchu Pizza & Tomato Pies, one wide window permits lots of light into the room, whose simple, spare decor allows the food to remain the centerpiece.

157 Halsey Rd.
Parsippany,
New Jersey
US

The dough wizards at Papa John's Pizza hand toss circular masterpieces with original and thin crusts made from high-protein flour to support warm bouquets of toppings. Hand-cut produce crowns all of Papa John's pizzas, mingling with the sun-soaked sweetness of sauce made from fresh, California-grown tomatoes. By adhering to its brand promise of "better ingredients, better pizza," Papa John's grew from a back-tavern pizzeria into more than 3,500 restaurants within three decades' time, or the amount of time it takes to grow a single pizzeria from a small seed.

6 Main St
Madison,
NJ
US

It would be easy to pass an entire afternoon in Frank Anthony's lush garden courtyard, reclining on comfortable patio chairs and slowly polishing off a bottle of BYOB wine. Servers stroll through the forest of linen umbrellas, expertly balancing trays of Italian dishes while refilling glasses of San Pellegrino. Inside the elegant dining hall, intimate tabletops host guests, whose faces are illuminated by the glow of soft hanging lights. In the kitchen, chefs fold fresh meats, seafood, and seasonal vegetables into traditional Italian dishes, tossing crispy calamari in garlic, baking crusty Italian rolls, and crushing plum tomatoes using only their minds. Meanwhile, pizzas rise in the oven, speckled with toppings of wild mushrooms, savory sausage, and spicy peppers.

667 Bloomfield Ave
Verona,
NJ
US