Pizza in New Jersey

Half Off Pizza at Goodfella's Bayonne

Bayonne

$30 $15

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

50% Off Meal for Two at Rizzo's Fine Pizza

New York

$38 $19

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

Half Off at Ristorante Al Fresco

Mount Laurel

$30 $15

Italian classics such as linguine with housemade meatballs and veal marsala served at lunch and dinner

Up to 53% Off at Extreme Pizza

Wantage

$35.40 $17

Freshly baked crust crowned with toppings ranging from traditional Italian sausage and pepperoni to linguica, marinated chicken, and fontina

50% Off at Pizza Zone

Lodi

$34 $17

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

Up to 58% Value Papa John's Pizza

Monroe

$37.46 $17

Hand-tossed pizzas slathered with sauce made from vine-ripened, California-grown tomatoes

Up to 53% Off Pizza and Sandwiches at Foschini's

Lyndhurst

$24.90 $12

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Brick-oven pizzas, wraps, paninis, focaccia, and family-sized salads

Up to 58% Off at J. Michael's Northern Cucina

Fredon

$18.95 $9

Specialty pizzas feature creative toppings such as beet leaves, pork chop and apples, and mozzarella sticks

Up to 53% Off at Creative Pizza

Middle Village

$27.45 $13

Non traditional toppings such as sauteed wild mushrooms, homemade meatballs, and Coca-Cola braised pork

Half Off at BYOB Pizza 1

Wanaque

$30 $15

Pasta dinners, Angus burgers, and award-winning pizza in 36 varieties baked with housemade sauce and imported cheese; BYOB

Up to 53% Off at Mamma Mia Pizzeria

Hazlet

$25 $12.50

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Chefs shower crusts with sausage, fresh mozzarella, and homemade sauce and layer subs with Boar's Head meats

Up to 55% Off Italian Dinner at Forcella on Bowery

NoHo

$84 $39

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Wood-fired ovens bake whole-wheat, vegan, and gluten-free pies as chefs handcraft salads and antipasti

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The Ironbound Newark NJ diner open 24 hours. We are known for our breakfast and lunch and even dinner! Our cheesecakes and brownies sell like hot cakes!

6 Wilson Ave
Newark,
NJ
US

Conceived by Las Vegas restaurateur Mark DiMartino, Tilted Kilt evokes Ireland by way of Vegas, with waitresses dressed in plaid mini kilts shouldering trays of chilled beer and pub fare. Like an enchilada stuffed with four-leaf clovers, the eatery’s Irish nachos interpret a south-of-the-border classic in a Celtic way, slathering potato chips in cheese sauce and seasoned ground beef; alternatively, pot roast and vegetables simmer traditionally in the Olde Dublin Irish stew’s Guinness-infused beef stock. Barkeeps pour a full bar’s worth of wine, cocktails, and beer, which surfaces in bottles, bombers, and multi-brew mixes such as the Blue Moon and Guinness combination. High-definition TVs glow with a ceaseless parade of professional and college baseball, basketball, and hockey, and live bands add to the entertainment smorgasbord on Friday and Saturday nights.

201 Marin Boulevard
Jersey City,
NJ
US

At tables around Grill House, kebabs hang down from hooks above plates, laden with succulent chunks of meat. Around the earth-toned dining room, tables covered with tan linens support plates of shawarma, quail, or ravioli. Elsewhere, diners can exhale hookah smoke redolent of fresh fruit, blowing languid smoke rings and then coaxing smoke tigers to jump through them.

1068 Main St
Paterson,
NJ
US

It's inconvenient to crave those buttery pretzels they sell at the mall because, well, you can only drive to the mall to get them. Or write yourself a mental IOU to snag one next time you need to go shoe shopping.

Hope Moran opted to work around this inconvenience: She instead headed to her own kitchen, where she experimented with various ingredients until she perfected her very own recipe. She modeled her morsels after New York-style pretzels, but also wanted to give them a flaky softness reminiscent of European pastries or air-headed teddy bears. After being assured by friends and family that her creations were, in fact, quite delicious, she decided to open her very own pretzel place.

Today, at Le Bretzel, she has created a variety gourmet-inspired pretzels. Some are sweet—as with the cinnamon raisin—and some are savory, such as the spicy jalapeno pretzel. If you're looking for more than a snack, opt for stuffed pretzels—a sugar-sprinkled version conceals a cache of raspberry, pomegranate, and brie, and the chipotle-spiced pretzel is packed with bacon and cheddar. The eatery uses Hope's original homemade recipes, which feature all-natural ingredients.

Like a dream about a baseball game, pretzels reappear throughout the menu: as buns for burgers and sliders, the dough for cheesesteak pizzas, and as rolls for sandwiches such as the Wiggins with turkey, stuffing, and cranberry aioli. Hope and her team also prepare a handful of (pretzel-free) appetizers, including clams steamed with shallots, garlic, prosciutto, and white wine.

185 Elmora Avenue
Elizabeth,
NJ
US

Pasquale’s Ristorante Italiano crafts house-made pastas, entrees, and decadent desserts for an elegant, old-world menu of Italian favorites. A clutch of pan-seared scallops and shrimp spill over an umami-laden porcini risotto ($20.95) like a gift from a mermaid secret admirer left on the shore, and boneless short ribs with a port-wine glaze recline on a bed of garlic mashed potatoes ($20.95). Light-as-air gnocchi hopscotch through bolognese sauce studded with mascarpone cheese squares ($13.95). A slice of Nonna’s cheesecake, finished with raspberry puree, puts a ricotta exclamation point at the end of savory meals. Homey floral arrangements and warm, golden walls meet sleek booths and a streamlined full bar in Pasquale's dining room, suiting moods ranging from casual to extravagant. Reservations are recommended.

1655 Oak Tree Rd
Edison,
NJ
US

The kitchens at Johnny G's produce a wealth of homestyle Italian cooking, including stuffed crust pizzas and pies laden with toppings such as meatballs or sundried tomatoes. As diners dig into chicken parmigiana or a hot sub, they can sip on an alcoholic beverage carried from home or the fermented apples they store in a back pocket. In addition, catered pasta can feed ravenous partygoers during birthdays, baptisms, and séances.

1812 Hooper Ave
Toms River,
NJ
US