For those living in New Jersey or New York, chances are that you know about Razza. This Jersey City pizza spot is known to serve one of – if not the best – pizza in the area, and has been accredited by every outlet imaginable. Yesterday, Razza shared on Instagram that the restaurant would start serving freshly-baked bread daily, and if it’s anything like the pizza, we’re sure it is going to be delicious. Read on to learn more about Razza and the new offering at this popular locale.
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Located at 275 Grove Street, Razza serves up all kinds of pizza, salads, yummy chickpeas, bottled cocktails, wine, and more. Pies like zucchini ricotta and the Jersey Margherita are known to be favorites, with other options like burrata, potato pie, and one called Project Hazelnut that’s made with fresh mozzarella, hazelnuts from Rutgers University, ricotta, and local honey. Now, diners can add a baguette to that delicious list.
The eatery has was established in 2012 when Rutgers grad and well-known chef Dan Richer opened the doors. Since its creation, Razza has been given the honors of Top 10 Pizza in New Jersey as well as the best pizza in all of New York City. Yes, the best pizza in all five boroughs actually comes from Hudson County! The restaurant makes it a point in its mission to always use the freshest local ingredients.
Very exciting for Raaza pizza lovers – patrons can now grab a baguette when stopping by Razza. It cost $6, and although the locale is not offering indoor dining right now, guests can add it to their carts when ordering online.