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Aug 23, 2007 03:38 PM

Thin Crust Pizza in Mid Atlantic area

Any pizza places in this region make Brooklyn style thin crust pizza or is all run of the mill doughy slabs like Dominoes and Papa Johns? The first test is that if you hold the pizza slice away from your mouth and it droops like a dog's tongue, it fails before you even taste it.

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  1. I can't speak for the entire midatlantic region, but I think almost any decent pizza parlor in NJ has much, much better pizza than Dominoes or Papa Johns. In fact, I've lived almost my whole life in NJ and I've only had one Dominoes pizza...ever. And we like our pizza.

    Two places that immediately come to mind when looking for thin crust pizza is Chimney Rock Inn, Bridgewater NJ and Mack and Manco's, Ocean City NJ.

      1. Alfred's Tomato Pie, 9 S Black Horse Pike, Blackwood, NJ

        1. For thin crust, I like Nancy's Tavern in Rahway, NJ.

          The following thread started in 2002 but it's still going strong. It's NJ specific but if you wade through the 100+ responses you'll find lots of recs. for thin crust pizza.

          1. "Mid-Atlantic" is a very large area....What state/region are you located in more specifically?

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