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Aug 13, 2008 09:45 AM

Brother's vs. Tina's Pizza in Hamilton, NJ

Had a sausage pizza from Tina's (Olden Ave) last night. It wasn't cooked enough, was way salty, too much cheese (and I love my cheese), and quality of sausage not as good as Brother's (the one next to Foley's across fm Kmart). Any other suggestions for the best za in that vicinity?

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    1. re: Tapas52

      I should have mentioned I wasn't including DeLorenzo's which is by far in a league of it's own, albeit overpriced. So, that said, excluding DLo's any other faves?

        1. re: Tapas52

          Papa's is very good, as is Joey's tomato pie and DeLorenzo's but Tina's pizza is horrible! That place is dirty. Tina's chicken wings are about the only thing that is good.
          Brothers has decent pizza and their sicilian pie is very good.

          Try Brother's cheese steak pizza and buffalo chicken pizza for a change up sometime! Very tasty.

          1. re: Tapas52

            Definitely Papa's. Excellent pizza.

      1. I dunno - I'm a fan of Brothers, myself:-) Maybe Joey Maruca's, which is just a little further down the road? I was very impressed with their pie.

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        1. re: Heatherb

          Never tried it. Is it located in that little strip mall next to Long John Silver's?

          1. re: gbean

            Yep. Pretty good last time I had it. Never had any of their other food though.

            1. re: Heatherb

              Thanks, I've seen that place and was curious-- they're next on the pizza list.

        2. Is Divine Pizza still open down there? I used to be a huge fan when I was down at Trenton State. They have silly good sicillian.

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          1. re: yankeefan

            Yes, they're still there. I've never tried the Sicilian but I 've had a reg pie and it was OK.

          2. Drive south past the White Horse Circle to Palermo's on 206 in Bordentown. Always excellent pies there.