The Pizza Princes of Grimaldi’s

Pizza is a religion in New Jersey, ranking just below the Catholic Church. So I observed a moment of silence as I entered the inner sanctum.

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This is Grimaldi’s in Hoboken, NJ. Founded in 2010, Grimaldi’s serves outstanding Neapolitan and New York style pizzas from its 1000 degree coal oven.

After perusing the extensive menu, I decided to order the original: a margherita.

I tried to pay attention to how my friend’s week had gone, but I kept getting distracted. Just feet away, pizzaiolos were shaping dough with the skill of Michelangelo.

Whenever a pizza came out, I eyed it like a hungry dog. Shoot, not mine!

Then, the moment of truth. Our waitress placed my steaming pie in front of me, and I beamed.

Hoisting the first slice, I could tell the crust was crispy but not singed. Perfection.

Time for a bite….

I could almost see the garden where the tomatoes were planted. Fresh basil perfumed the luscious fruits.

This was the best pizza sauce I’ve ever had.

The mozzarella was soft and unctuous. The crust: airy and crisp.

You won’t find a better margherita. I made just one mistake: not ordering the larger size, like my friend did!

Perhaps the reason Grimaldi’s is so good is its attention to detail.

Every pizza is carefully formed. Every drink comes in a frosted glass.

That’s what it takes to be the best.

Grimaldi’s also has mouth-watering entrees like eggplant parm. I have to try it some day — if I can ever turn down the pizza!

Grimaldi’s is conveniently located on Hoboken’s Washington Street. It’s open from 11:30am to 11:00pm, seven days a week, and even delivers.

Stop in for the pie of your life!

What are you favorite pizzerias? Leave a comment and let me know!

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