Santiago Cohen, a local Hoboken artist, is moving to a larger space in Jersey City heights and is clearing out his inventory. Great time to get some original art!
The talented couple met at the School of the Art Institute in Chicago and now reside in downtown JC.
Think all pizza is created equal? Think again! If there is one thing Hoboken-ites have an opinion on, its pizza – and boy, do we have plenty of options. Looking for the perfect pie or a sumptuous slice, look no further! Here is a list of our faves!
Grimaldi’s – 133 Clinton Street & 411 Washington Street
Style: Coal Brick-Oven Pizza
Our tips: Known for their thin crust! Unless you want to nurse a burned tongue for a week, let it cool for a minute when the pie hits the table
Napoli’s – 1118 Washington Street
Style: Neapolitan Brick-Oven Pizza
Our tips: Amazing Margherita pizza! A great option to order in or spend the night out – BYOB!
Benny Tudino’s – 622 Washington Street
Style: Largest slice you have ever seen!
Our tips: 1 slice can feed a small family – so order sparingly
Dozzino – 534 Adams Street
Style: Wood-fired Neapolitan Pizza
Our tips: To share or not to share – individual pies made with local ingredients. Ask for their Reserve Menu for some outside the box combos!
San Giuseppe – 1320 Adams Street
Style: Coal Fired Pizza
Our tips: One of the few pizza joints with a parking lot – great for out of towners nervous about getting tickets! Try the fig, mozzarella and prosciutto pie.
Mario’s – 742 Garden Street
Style: Traditional Jersey Style
Our tips: Load up on the freshest toppings – try extra cheese, sausage, eggplant and tomato.
Zylo – 225 River Street
Style: Tuscan Steak House
Our tips: If you’re looking for a more upscale experience, this is your place. A steakhouse menu with a nice prosciutto pizza surprise on the menu!
Get outta town! Looking to break out of the mile square?
Trattoria La Sorrentina – 7831 Bergenline Avenue, North Bergen
Style: Neapolitain Brick-Oven Pizza
Our tips: A huge menu and worth the trip out of town
Rustique – 611 Jersey Avenue, Jersey City
Style: Brick-Oven Pizza
Our tips: House made mutz and dough made on the daily – nuff said!