Discover Restaurants offering the best Pizza food in Maplewood, New Jersey, United States. Maplewood is a suburban township in Essex County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the township's population was 23,867, reflecting a decline of 1 person (0.0%) from the 23,868 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn increased by 2,216 (+10.2%) from the 21,652 counted in the 1990 Census.
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4 based on 56 reviews
If you're one of those people who want to watch sports while you eat good food then you can't go wrong at Bunny's. There are screens everywhere so you won't miss out on any game. Meanwhile, the garlic salad is fantastic and HUGE. It's for at least 2 people so keep that in mind when you order it. And it's chock full of pepperoni, cheese, veggies, etc.The pizza is terrific. I love the dough especially.The service was good as well.
4 based on 43 reviews
We were meeting family on a Monday and Fiamma was open. We started with their special balsamic calamari with sausage and peppers. A little too much balsamic but overall tasty. We also shared a caprese salad which was very fresh. We had various individual pizza - pesto, marguerita and a special. I ordered linguini with seafood fra diavolo, which had the right amount of spice. People were friendly and attentive. Nice local restaurant with an interesting menu.
The atmosphere at this diner-like pizzeria is no big shakes, but their pizza is very tasty. The downside is, in addition to it being tasty, it's super greasy. And by super greasy, I mean the oil literally drips off the slices and all over you. If only they used a bit less oil or used less cheese, the pizza would be perfect.
4 based on 72 reviews
We have been going there for years. The food is good solid Italian, with several specials. They only take cash so don't count on using your credit card. The Pizza is really good.This is not gourmet dining, by any means but always consistent. BYOB and be prepared to wait on weekends
We've stopped in many times and had it delivered to a friend's home. It is really a hit or miss either way. The pizza can be the best ever and the next time soggy and flavorless. Same with the chicken parm...sometimes fab! They have little deserts and the last time we went in, the waitress said how great they were. Well, the ricotta cheese mix that goes through the center of the cannolis was not there. Empty. We showed her and she said she didn't know how that happened... she didn't take it off the bill either. The appetizers are very high priced for simple mozzarella sticks and such. Major potential to be a go to restaurant...but right now it's just an after thought.
4 based on 56 reviews
Although the ownership is still the same at Trattoria Gian Marco since my last review in 2014, this place has gone downhill.The menu hasn't really changed in several years' time but the product sure has. We had a romantic dinner for two tonight and were disappointed.The wait staff was very attentive - the waiter came around more than needed to refill our water glass and to ask if everything was ok. However, the food wasn't great.Most tables received Italian bread with dipping oil but we got focaccia at our table. When asked for a bread refill, more focaccia was brought. This was way too filling than regular Italian bread the other patrons in the dining room received. Not sure why our table was different.The stuffed artichoke was really gross - nothing more than gooey cheese in an overcooked large artichoke smothered in brown sauce. We didn't even eat 1/3 of the appetizer and I certainly wouldn't order it again. The Caesar salad was another big disappointment - chopped romaine greens with croutons and caesar dressing from a bottle. How do we know? Not a hint of anything other than bottled salad dressing. I expect more from a $10 salad, especially in an Italian restaurant. I make Caesar salad so I know what the dressing should taste like.My husband had the sun-dried tomato and goat cheese ravioli which were decent but my rigatoni with vodka sauce (a favorite of mine) was smothered to death in the sauce, a real disappointment considering how much I love this dish. There was a lack of pancetta from the meal - not even a single piece.I used to love coming here for Italian, but will now need to find another place. Not what it used to be.
4 based on 95 reviews
Pre show dinner did not disappoint. Chicken Murphy was outstanding...veal saltimbocca on target. Gnocchi for the table a big hit and the paparadelle cooked to perfection.The portions are oversized, the service very attentive and friendly....and the pricing not what you would expect for Millburn....very economical.BYOB....will definitely return.
4 based on 39 reviews
This is mainly a pizza parlor although they have other things as well. My review however is about their gluten-free pizza. It is terrific, some of the very best gluten-free pizza I have ever had, and I have tried a lot. Highly recommended for gluten-free pizza, either eaten there, take-out or delivered.
4 based on 47 reviews
Traditional pizza is delicious. Caeser salad with grilled chicken breast was nice with tons of grilled chicken breast. (Too much to eat!). I would ask for a little more dressing next time. Great place to order for family as there are numerous choices from pizza, salads, pasta and specialty dishes. Yes, Arturos is down the street but Village Trattoria has a much more extensive menu and the taste is fantastic.
4 based on 206 reviews
Everything here is so fresh and tasty - never disappoints! Only complaint is I wish the place took reservations or expanded. Many times we want to go but don't because we just don't have the time or patience to wait (and wait, and wait.....)
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