Reader's Choice: Best Pizza in Town

If your pizza party's on the line—who ya gonna call?

One of the pleasures of South Jersey living is that you don't have to go far to get delicious, recommendable, or even just-good-enough pizza.

Whether you're in the mood for Sicilian tomato pie, margherita pizza, or just a simple cheese-and-sauce number, every neighborhood has its favorite. Where do you go for a slice?

There are so many angles to cover in this one. Do you vote based on your favorite specialty pie, or do you pick the place that can do it all? Do you vote based on the consistency? Delivery speed?

Your nominees are:

  • Raymond's Restaurant and Pizzeria

Just as interesting might be the question of what criteria you use to make your choice. Tell us what's what, Collingswood!

D M J May 15, 2012 at 01:24 PM
Raymond's is by far one of the best places to order a slice of pizza. The "Famous Raymond's" Pizza is crisp, light and delicious. The cheese is not greasy at all. Try it!!!
Matt Skoufalos (Editor) May 15, 2012 at 08:16 PM
So let's hear it, everybody? What are your parameters for this decision? Personally, I am a fan of sauce-heavy pie. The crust to me has to be light enough that it approaches true Neopolitan on a traditional pizza, but I am no stranger to the deep-dish. And then there's that ineffable quality of being great cold the next day. I'm honestly having a hard time narrowing it down on this one...
Chris H May 16, 2012 at 05:58 PM
Previously living in Philadelphia and moving to Collingwood, we've found slim pickings when it comes to pizza. We usually travel to Tacconelli's in Maple Shade or Pietro's in Mount Laurel, and also Carolla's on route 130 in Pennsauken. With the number of restaurants in Collingswood, Its a real shame that its hard to find a good slice of pizza, and definitely and area of opportunity for someone to jump on.
Matt Skoufalos (Editor) May 16, 2012 at 07:23 PM
If you're going that far, I would recommend traveling to La Vita in Moorestown. Well, well worth it.


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