Monthly Archives: March 2017
Nick’s Pizza—A Crispy Margherita on Manhattan’s Upper East Side
Heading back home to Music City through LaGuardia, I came upon the idea of looking for a pizza place on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Totally unfamiliar with this area, all I had were impressions of it being a wealthy part of town. Doing my advance work, I was on to something about it being close […]
Spirito’s Restaurant & Tavern in Elizabeth, NJ– Making Special Pizza Since 1932
Sometimes I think that I will need a second lifetime to visit all the legendary pizza places in Jersey. Not wanting to waste any time in this one, I took Dad for a Sunday afternoon journey to try one that I missed once before when I didn’t check to see that they don’t do lunch. […]
UPDATE: Joe’s Pizzeria—Bayonne, NJ Pizza Landmark Making a Move
Original Review: 08/14/13 PIZZA SNOB RATING ***** Sets the Standard Whenever I am back in my hometown of Bayonne, I feel obligated to cruise around town to check on the status of all the pizza joints. While heading down Broadway on this sunny winter Sunday afternoon, I pulled over on the corner of 46th Street […]
Brooklyn Boys—A Tomato Pie Delight in Jersey!
New pizza discovery is quite often relationally-based. Therefore, it was only a matter of time before the Snob began attacking the slices in my brother’s current residence of Edison, NJ. The namesake of the “Wizard of Menlo Park” who gave us both the light bulb and recorded music, this mostly-suburban north-central Jersey town, is the […]
Lucia Pizza—The King of Pizza in Queens?
To be a truly adventurous Pizza Snob, you need to take advantage of every opportunity to discover new pizza. Landing at New York La Guardia Airport for my current trip back home to Jersey, I looked to see what might be close by and chose the highly Yelp-rated Lucia Pizza just 3.2 miles away. Lucia […]
Bella Napoli Pizzeria—The Best Neapolitan in Nashville!
The original premise of this blog was to document my devotion to thin crisp New York-style pizza. Now, after several enjoyable experiences with the definitely-not-crisp Neapolitan style, the question needs to be asked: “Is the Pizza Snob softening up?” During the cold busy months of winter, I was working more than I liked, and had […]