Reviews on Pizza food in Spring Lake, New Jersey, United States. Spring Lake is a borough in Monmouth County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the borough's population was 2,993, reflecting a decline of 574 (-16.1%) from the 3,567 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn increased by 68 (+1.9%) from the 3,499 counted in the 1990 Census.
Things to do in Spring Lake
4 based on 74 reviews
Always great. The pizzas are amazing (especially the whites), salads are great, antipasto and other appetizers are wonderful and the pastas and entrees are fantastic. Special kudos for them pork chop Milanese. Just outstanding. Oh, and the service is friendly and efficient. Never had a sub-par experience. Go!
We are the type who keep going back to the same place- and the pizza went down hill where we USED to go (Very greasy) We have tried several in the area and Joe Joes a few time- They are now our favorite Pizza place. Good prices also- Our family likes this one the best now
4 based on 323 reviews
Serving the Jersey Shore Since 1947For more than 4 generations Vics Bar & Restaurant has been serving the most authentic and sought after Italian food at the Jersey Shore.Vittorio Vic Giunco opened Vics Tap Room shortly after prohibition was repealed in 1
I've been eating Vic's pizza for half a century. It has always been one of the best pizzas EVER. I have raved about it to other people as one of the best I'd ever eaten. So it is with a heavy heart that I have to downgrade my opinion. I ate there a few nights ago and the pizza was just not the same Vic's I've known my whole life. The pizza was not bad, but it just wasn't the real deal. Why would you change a recipe that has been sooo successful for soooo long? Especially when it's been rated as one of New Jersey's best. If you like super thin crust pizza with a mild sauce, then, by all means, enjoy the new Vic's. It's good. But it's not of the unique and delicious pie it was even a couple of years ago.Sorry to hear your recent experience wasn't to your liking. I promise you that the recipe hasn't changed and the same chefs who make the seasonings and cook the sauce have been here for 25-45 years. I am also sorry you didn't ask us in person about your suspicions. We could have communicated that nothing has changed to you in person and made something else for you if the pizza wasn't right. I sincerely hope you won't let one bad experience dictate your dining habits, especially after half a century of eating at Vics. I am sure if we got it right for 50 years that you wouldn't judge us on one bad experience. We hope to entertain you again in the near future and to meet your expectations.
4 based on 49 reviews
Pizza Restaurant including Salads, sandwiches, pasta and desserts. The pizza is cooked in a coal fired oven. The coal heats the oven to 900 degrees. The pizza is cooked in 90 Seconds. We have wings. They are baked in the coal fired oven which means they a
We brought 6 pre-teens here for dinner on a Sunday evening. The menu was perfect as each girl could get their own personal pizza (good size and a lot of variety!) or a small calzone. The prices were reasonable and the staff was friendly and attentive. Good atmosphere here as well!
4 based on 26 reviews
This has been our go to pizza place for years. Always hot and fresh. The meatball park hero is great. Good garlic knots. You can get pizza by the slice. Family owned. Always a warm greeting. They have a very tasty pizza sauce. Great crust.
4 based on 466 reviews
I had an appointment at the Social Security office in Neptune, so I decided to go to here for lunch. It was crowded, so I sat at the bar, which entitled me to order a bar pie (which I had with mushrooms). If you like thin crust pizza (to my mind, the best kind), you'll love it here.
4 based on 192 reviews
Located in Manasquan NJ about a mile from the beach, Squan Tavern offers a wide variety of Italian classics and American fare and the areas best pizza. Our dining room is cozy and our friendly staff will make your experience memorable. Full service bar, s
8 of us went out for a birthday celebration. We arrived at 4 pm on a Saturday. Be sure to call ahead and reserve a table for large parties bc by 5 the place was packed with a bunch of people waiting for a table. 1st time here, despite driving by since I was a kid. It's voted best in Monmouth for a reason. Great food, super attentive server who anticipated our needs before we asked, all in a really comfortable atmosphere. Calamari was crisp and tender inside. Stuffed mushrooms were deelish. Good, fresh bread never stopped coming. The menu has many different, inventive offerings. Stuffed rigatoni was fantastic. Pizza, not as thin as Pete and Eldas, but very tasty with a crisp crust. All with reasonable prices. If you haven't been, you should go! This is going to be among the fav mom&pop go tos.
4 based on 76 reviews
Delicious pizza, pizza rolls, calzones and Italian cuisine with healthy options of salads and seafood. Spring Lake Pizzeria & Italian Bistro has been renovated to provide its local customers an estetically pleasing place to grab a slice and salad. The new
Whether you're stopping in for a quick slice, or sitting down to enjoy a full pie, the pizzas here are so delicious. It's always a must to stop here for pizza.We really appreciate you taking the time to write to Trip Advisor to praise our pizzas.Eugene and Jeff tweak the pizzas every day to make sure the crust is crispy and the ingredients blended together to make a very tasty pizza.We have had a great response to our healthy salads which were added to our menu this year. Our staff is happy to make up a small one for tasting with your slice. We hope to see you soon!
4 based on 134 reviews
A nice pizza place in Belmar, it is a few minutes from the beach.The Pizza was tasty. The service was courteous & professional.The outside sitting area was clean as well.The price point was good.
4 based on 310 reviews
This place is a hidden gem. Located in a strip mall anchored by a Shop rite supermarket just off Route 34 South in Manasquan. They offer great food and great service in a causal, family dining atmosphere, with an upscale menu and decor. This was our first visit to Lubranoâs Trattoria and we were very impressed.My wife was given a gift card for a meal at Lubranoâs so we decided to use it on a lazy Sunday evening. We arrived at 5PM to a nearly full parking lot but did manage to find an open parking spot close to the restaurant â one of a few spots that night. As we approached the restaurant there were some nice patio furniture â chairs and tables for two with umbrellas - on the sidewalk outside the entrance. The interior of the restaurant was divided into two sections. You enter the restaurant into the smaller section in the front which is a takeout pizzeria that does a brisk business. As we entered, a man at the counter, asked âTo pick up or place an order?â. When we said we were there for the restaurant he told us we had 30 min wait. So, we gave him our names and sat on the patio furniture just outside the door. Then our waitress came out to get us after just a 10 mins. She led us into the back section of the restaurant which was a much larger, upscale dining room with dark, wooden tables and chairs and a wall of red brick with the name Lubranoâs stenciled across it. Tables were arranged in rows to accommodate small and large groups. Our waitress took us to a private table for 4 against the red brick wall. The noise level of the dining room was medium âthere was significant background noise, but not so much that you could not carry on a conversation without shouting. At the start of our meal, our waitress brought us to a plate of pesto to share â that goes with the olive oil that was already on the table - and a basket of toasted, warm French bread to dip in it. The soft bread with the toasted crust dipped in the oil and pesto was delicious. To drink we both ordered the unsweetened, blueberry flavored lemonade we saw someone else drinking at another table. Drinks were served in large plastic cups with straws - which was convenient. Because of their size we did not finish our drinks in the restaurant and took them home with us - cups and all - along with doggy bags of our food at the end of the meal. For entree's, Lubranoâs offers an extensive menu of Italian dishes that goes beyond the standard pizzeria offerings of Lasagna, Meat Balls and Spaghetti, Eggplant Parmesan, etc. The menu even had a section for those who want to eat a low carb meal. I ordered the spicy, garlicky salmon with mash potatoes which was listed as a customer favorite on the low carb menu â you can skip the mash potatoes if you really want this meal to be low carb. My wife ordered the shrimp risotto. My salmon filled a large plate and the mash potatoes were artfully sculpted to look like a white pineapple with green leaves sticking out of the top as a garnish, and it was covered with garlic cloves and red sauce. My wifeâs meal was equally as large with lots of shrimp over a bed of rice. Both meals were huge and delicious. The price for entrees here can run you from $15 to $35 but you get a lot of food for your money. For casual dining the presentation and the food here were more like a fine dining experience, only with a lot more food than you typically get at fine dining restaurants for the price. After eating two thirds of our meal we were stuffed and did not have room for dessert.
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