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Where to Get Your Sicilian Pizza Fix in Hoboken + Jersey City

by Taylor Duncan
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Hoboken and Jersey City are both home to some amazing pizza joints. If you’re a pizza fanatic and want to support locals, there are plenty of options. But sometimes you’re in the mood for Sicilian-style pizza – a thick-crusted, rectangular slice. Sicilian pizza is often topped with sauce that goes right to the edges, herbs, and cheese. To help you explore, and find the best slice of Sicilian in the area, read for a list of all of the places to get a Sicilian slice in Hoboken and Jersey City.

Hoboken

Artichoke Pizza | ​​96 Hudson Street, Hoboken + 246 Bay Street, Jersey City

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Artichoke’s authentic New York slices and larger-than-life whole pies come in eight varieties, including signature styles like the namesake Artichoke Pie that’s made with artichoke hearts, spinach, cream sauce, mozzarella, and pecorino romano cheese. Another is the Sicilian-style pie – made with olive oil, plum tomato, fresh basil, a blend of cheeses, then twice baked to perfection in a pan. With both a Hoboken and a soon-to-open Jersey City location in place, you’re never far from a good Sicilian slice in Hudson County.

Basile’s Pizza | 89 Washington Street

Basile’s is one of the most popular pizzerias in the Hoboken area. The pizzas here include both red and white Sicilian pies, local favorites like Grandma pizza, chicken ricotta pizza, and more. You can also order Italian specialties like a pepperoni roll and garlic knots.

Benny Tudino’s | 622 Washington Street

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Benny Tudino’s is “Home of the Largest Slice,” and this iconic Hoboken pizza shop has been serving up super-sized pizzas for nearly 50 years, and it never disappoints. If you’re looking to switch it up from the regular (massive) slice, the Sicilian is a great option on the menu. This family-style pizza from Benny Tudino’s is one of a kind.

Hot House Pizza | 606 Second Street

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A Southwest Hoboken gem, Hot House Pizza has been serving hot, fresh pizza since 2014. Some of the staples on the menu consist of house-baked wings, sandwiches (made with fresh bread from Dom’s Bakery, BTW!), and of course, the Sicilian square pie. Some Hoboken residents would argue you need to try the Sicilian before you even try a regular slice – it’s that good! And, the backyard garden is a little hidden oasis.

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

Imposto’s Pizza | 102 Washington Street

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Imposto’s Pizza is run by members of the family that own H&S Giovannis Restaurant and Pizzeria. After a revamp of the menu to include the new ownership’s own recipes in late 2020, the place is a classic Hoboken pizzeria. In addition to many pizzas – and the Sicilian slice of course – Imposto’s serves calzones, cold and hot subs, specialty pastas, and more. 

Napoli’s | 1118 Washington Street + 133 Clinton Street

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 This Hoboken staple is a go-to for Italian eats – it’s known for its delicious pizza, next-level garlic knots, many different types of pasta dishes, and more. The Sicilian pizza at Napoli’s is a dish that you’ll want to try during your next visit or takeout order. Delivery is easy with Napoli’s – so keep it on speed dial to help solve your next Sicilian craving.

The Brick | 1122 Washington Street

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While you can never go wrong with The Brick’s vegan Margherita and classic cheese pizza, a must-try pie on the menu is the Round Sicilian. Made with San Marzano Tomato Sauce, shredded mozzarella, and parmesan cheese, it’s one of the many pies on the menu that will keep you coming back to The Brick. This uptown spot is vegan-friendly with many of its menu items, and some can even be made gluten-free too.

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

The OG of unique and IG-worthy everything, Tony’s Boloney’s serves up a mean Sicilian pie with pepperoni, so be sure to grab a slice next time you stop in.

Torna’s Pizzeria | 254 9th Street

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Putting the square in the Mile Square, Torna’s Pizzeria has been serving both new and loyal customers for almost 60 years. The legendary Hoboken spot is best known for its Sicilian pizza – also available by the slice. The current owner, Nicola Percantino aka Nico, is proudly connected to the long-standing history of this Hoboken institution that opened in 1960 as the third-generation owner. Torna’s is all that embodies Hoboken, and the quaint pizzeria is perfect for dining in or taking out.

Uptown Pizzeria | 54 14th Street

Head to this uptown location for a cheese, pepperoni-covered, or Sicilian pie. For quick delivery and a good slice, Uptown Pizzeria is a solid option for that thick pizza craving. Might we also recommend an order of garlic knots – delish!

Jersey City

Buon Appetito | 520 Jersey Avenue

Modern takes on Italian cuisine – Buon Appetito prides itself in only using fresh ingredients. Whether you’re in the mood for good Sicilian or Bruschetta pizza (yes, that’s right) – Buon Appetito has you covered. Trust us, this menu is worth checking out.

Century One Pizza | 713 Bergen Avenue 

Delivery and pick-up options are available at this McGinley Square pizza joint. There are plenty of gourmet pizza options at Century One Pizza. Check out the Sicilian pizza, where you can order plain with cheese – or add your own toppings.

Delenio | 357 7th Street

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Local ingredients take charge at Delenio, where Margherita pizza, Sicilian pizza, and more are all menu favorites. For the more adventurous pizza fan, the chicken parm pizza is a rare but memorable find. But for Sicilian lovers, this is a staple in town.

Georgio’s Pizzeria | 337 W Side Avenue

Everyday deals, as well as classic slices and specialty slices, are all available at Georgio’s. Sicilian pizza, along with stuffed pizza, Hawaiian pizza, and more are all available for order. All of these options, including the Sicilian, can be modified to be on only half the pizza if you want to mix and match.

Gino’s Pizzeria | 380 Central Avenue

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This family-owned restaurant and pizzeria was founded in 1976 and serves Italian-American cuisine. In its large menu, Gino’s offers classic and specialty pizzas – including a cooked-to-perfection Sicilian. A rare treat in the area is the Gino’s “The Heights” Pizzas – deep-pan pizzas in different flavors.

Helen’s | 183 Newark Avenue

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This pizza joint offers slices and pan pizzas as well as 10”, 16”, 18,” and Sicilian pies with a variety of toppings. Pick from the menu – the Sicilian, Valentino, or Lasagna pizzas are all great options. Or create your own heavenly pizza.

Krispy Pizza | 33 Hudson Street

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With multiple locations across New Jersey, Krispy Pizza offers delivery and takeout and even has order tracking for every step of the order. Classics and the restaurant’s own takes populate the menu, with the Sicilian as a star.

Loradella’s Family Pizzeria | 126 River Drive S

Family-owned and operated, Loradella’s offers a kid-friendly arcade as well as a huge, homestyle menu to choose from. It offers pizza by the slice as well as personal pies and large pies, and has gluten-free or whole wheat crust options. Add additional toppings to your Sicilian slice for only 75 cents.

See More: The Best Hoboken Pizza Spots (According to Your Cravings)

Park Avenue Pizza | 3515 John F. Kennedy Boulevard

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Park Avenue Pizza offers a DIY pie: a create your own experience complete with uncooked dough, sauce, and cheese for an at-home experience. The dine-in menu is full of options. From a traditional Sicilian, to chicken marsala pizza, eggplant pizza, and red clams pizza – you’ll always want to try something new at this Jersey City spot. Gluten-free options are also available. 

Pizza Pie La Cantina Italiana | 101 Greene Street

This pizza place offers healthy choice pizzas, like Pesto Hearts pizzas or Greek Favorites pizzas – but also offers, you guessed it, a Sicilian square cheese pizza. The menu options are endless, and pies come in 10″, 14″, and 18″ options. Slices are also available. 

Pizzeria Las Americas | 260 Warren Street

Shrimp scampi pizza, honey mustard chicken pizza, and white clams pizza are just some of the choices at Pizzeria Las Americas. But Grandma’s Sicilian is a must-try on Pizzeria Las Americas’ menu. The Pizzas come in small or large sizes and can be ordered with fun side options like natural fruit juices and salads.

Renato’s Pizza Masters | 278 Central Avenue

Locally-owned and family-operated since 1959, Renato’s has made sure to give back to the community by investing in local teams and working with local causes and churches. It offers a fire focaccia and a Sicilian pie that will blow you away. Other menu favorites include calzones, rolls, and strombolis.

Rustique Pizza | 611 Jersey Avenue

This is a family-owned business that offers award-winning stone oven pizza in Hamilton Park.  The cheese, bread, and desserts are all made on-site. The Sicilian pie has a thick, crispy outside crust, and the mozzarella cheese, tomato, and basil on the inside are to die for. The other small and large pizzas on the menu are made with Italian plum tomatoes, Italian olive oil, and fresh basil.

Three Guys From Italy | 2854 John F. Kennedy Boulevard

Pizzas are just part of what this menu has to offer. Garlic knot pizzas, salads, and calzones join homemade soups and an extensive pasta list to create a distinctly Italian menu. The Sicilian is a prime example of why this Jersey City spot should be a new go-to.

Two Boots | 133 Newark Avenue

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Located right on the pedestrian strip of Newark Avenue, the first New Jersey branch of Two Boots offers up an homage slice to former mayor Frank Hague, a Sicilian-style pizza that’s sure to impress. Two Boots also offers vegan slices like The Bubba, which is topped with Mediterranean vegetables.

Vincent’s Pizza | 1697 John F. Kennedy Boulevard

Sicilian pizzas, white pizzas, spinach pizzas, and more are all available at Vincent’s Pizza, which also offers cold subs, hot subs, pasta, and more. The huge menu has a wide selection of Italian favorites – all combine perfectly with your Sicilian slice.

Vinnie’s Pizza III | 431 Danforth Avenue

Slices, 16-inch pies, and Sicilian pies are available at Vinnie’s Pizza III. Whether you order a mini Sicilian or a regular-sized thick pie, you can also add any topping you like to make each pizza your own. Another unique menu item is the Chicken Francaise pizza – we recommend trying it.

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