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Where to Get Gluten-Free Pizza in Hoboken + Jersey City

by Yiwei Gu
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No pizza connoisseur in Hoboken or Jersey City is ever far from a tasty slice or pie. But for those following a gluten-free diet, this used to be a slightly trickier business. Not any more. More pizzerias are offering gluten-free pies and slices than ever before. Many are almost indistinguishable from their wheat counterparts. We came up with a list of all the places that offer this option, and more, in the area. Read on to discover gluten-free pizza spots in Hoboken + Jersey City.

Hoboken

Bin 14 | 1314 Washington Street

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Dairy-Free Pizza: No

The menu mainly features Italian-inspired small plates and the pizza menu is equally strong. The style is more gourmet than classic, with choices such as taleggio & black truffle and cacio e pepe. Diners can opt for whole wheat or gluten-free crusts for a small upcharge.

Grimaldi’s | 411 Washington Street

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Dairy-Free Pizza: Yes

Grimaldi’s, whose coal-fired brick oven Margherita pizza has been a Hoboken staple since the 1990s, boasts one of the best gluten-free pies in Hoboken. Even gluten eaters often cannot tell the difference. The pies are made from rice and tapioca flour, and customers can choose from over 20 different toppings, dairy-free options are plenty.

Johnny Pepperoni | 219 11th Street #4323

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Dairy-Free Pizza: Yes

The restaurant makes a large variety of Italian-American classics and its pizzas are popular among Hoboken’s uptown families. For gluten-free eaters, there is a 12-inch thin-crust cauliflower pie, with over 15 choices of toppings. Johnny Pep’s is a BYOB, so don’t forget the gluten-free beer on your way over.

Margherita’s | 740 Washington Street

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Dairy-Free Pizza: No

The pizza menu is relatively meat-heavy but there is no lack of creative options. Many patrons love the red pizzas for the restaurant’s house-made Margherita sauce, but the white pies (one with mushroom and caramelized onion, the other with broccoli rabe and artichoke, both vegetarian) are no less interesting. All pies can be made gluten-free for an extra $2.

Napoli’s Neapolitan Brick Oven Pizza | 1118 Washington Street + 133 Clinton Street

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Dairy-Free Pizza: Yes

For gluten-free options, the pizzeria offers 10-inch cauliflower crust pies (which can be custom-built), as well as 12-inch gluten-free Margherita or cheese-only pies. The specialty pies, a favorite is buffalo chicken, can also be made gluten-free upon request. PS – this pizzeria offers heart-shaped pizzas on Valentine’s Day, so plan ahead for your gluten-free sweetheart!

Read More: Gluten-Free Dishes in Hoboken to Order

Otto Strada | 743 Park Avenue

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Dairy-Free Pizza: Yes

The pizza menu has close to 20 options ranging from the classics to more contemporary ones. All of the pizzas can be made gluten-free for a $3 upcharge. The vegan pie is topped with San Marzano tomatoes, roasted garlic cream sauce, toasted bread crumbs, oregano, and EVOO.

Pizza Republic | 406 Washington Street

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Dairy-Free Pizza: Yes

The restaurant offers a 12-inch personal gluten-free pie with over 30 choices of toppings, including vegan cheese. But the options go beyond pizza: all of the restaurant’s 17 different types of mac’n’cheese can be made with gluten-free pasta. Between the pizza and mac’n’cheese, Pizza Republic has gluten-free comfort food covered.

The Brick |1122 Washington Street

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Dairy-Free Pizza: Yes

Although patrons can’t go wrong with the classics such as a Margherita or a cheese pie, it’s worth trying the vegan options, such as the BBQ Pulled Pork, made with pulled jackfruit and red onions. The pies can be made gluten-free upon request.

Tony Boloney’s | 263 1st Street, Hoboken + 363 Grove Street, Jersey City

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Dairy-Free Pizza: Yes

The pizzeria is known for its fusion-style pies, and many of its most creative options can be made gluten-free. Some popular ones include Burrata (with a whole burrata on every slice), Ducktown (with ribeye, smoked bacon, and fresh mozzarella), and K-Pop Mic Drop (black sesame seed crust, gojuchang buldak fire, three kinds of cheese, and scallion). There is also a vegan and gluten-free option, topped with marinara, eggplant meatballs, pesto, NUMU vegan mozzarella, and basil.

Jersey City

Gino’s Pizzeria | 380 Central Avenue

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Dairy-Free Pizza: Yes

The family-owned pizzeria has been serving Italian-American classics in The Heights neighborhood since the 1970s. It makes classic New York-style slices, as well as square Sicilian pies and deep pan pizzas. Gluten-free pizzas come in 12-inch pies.

John’s Pizzeria | 87 Sussex Street

Dairy-Free Pizza: No

This is the Jersey City location of an NYC restaurant whose coal-fired, brick oven, thin-crust pizza has been famous in New York since 1997. For diners who want something besides Margherita or Pizza Bianca, get the Vongole Pizza, topped with littleneck clam. All of the pizzas can be made whole wheat or gluten-free.

Loradella’s Family Pizzeria | 126 River Drive

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Dairy-Free Pizza: Yes

The family-owned restaurant offers a kid-friendly arcade as well as a homestyle menu with many choices of pizzas, entrees, and sandwiches. Pizzas, including gourmet pies and slices, can be custom-built. Gluten-free and whole-wheat pies are available upon request. The patio here has amazing views of the NYC skyline, and its location near Newport Green park makes it a good option for a grab-and-go picnic.

See More: A Guide to Pizza in Jersey City

Tino’s Artisan Pizza |199 Warren Street

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Dairy-Free Pizza: Yes

The pizzas have five different crust options: regular, sourdough, gluten-free, cauliflower, and focaccia. Gourmet options are plenty, such as Roman Zucchini (with shaved Parmigiano, garlic roasted zucchini, basil, and EVOO) and Tartufo (with sausage, cremini mushrooms, and white truffle oil). Vegan pizzas are also available. Patrons can also purchase gluten-free dough balls here, for an at-home pizza night.

Two Boots | 133 Newark Avenue

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Dairy-Free Pizza: Yes

This is the Jersey City location of a New York favorite with cheerful, family-friendly vibes. All small and medium pies can be made gluten-free. Vegan options are plenty. The menu also offers gluten-free brownies and gluten-free doughs.

Sage Pizza | 485 Marin Boulevard

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Dairy-Free Pizza: Yes

The no-frills restaurant makes thin-crust Neapolitan personal pizzas. The menu consists mostly of classics such as Margharita and Rosso. Meat eaters can choose the Soppressata Spicy and Sweet Pizza (as the name suggests), or the pepperoni pizza. Gluten-free cauliflower crust is available.

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