This is so cool, and I knew it already just heading to this restaurant in my hometown.

Recently put out a list of the "best" Italian Restaurants in New Jersey. We have delicious Italian restaurants in Ocean County. From LBI to Pt. Pleasant Beach, we have the most delicious Italian restaurants right here at the Jersey Shore. Thanks to the, also.

When we mention Italian, everyone has their favorite. It's like anything else, Italian is so popular in New Jersey. This is very cool that this Bayville restaurant made the "tops" list. I go there often and absolutely love it.

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Mariha-Kitchen, Getty Images

When I told my family about Senza getting on the list, my family knew it. They say it's the best they've ever had in New Jersey. That's huge for my husband who loves Italian, was born in North Jersey, and Bayville has the best Italian food, ever. I love it. I couldn't be happier for Senza for getting recognized.

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It's an Italian gem, family-owned since 2011. Senza has great menu options. From their homemade pasta dishes to their delectable Zuppa Di Pesce. The Zuppa as I call it is Calamari, Shrimp, Lobster, Clams & Mussels simmered in a wine tomato-basil sauce served over linguini. It is the dish that everyone loves.

Also, from their menu, their pizza is just as delicious as their most expensive entree. Their baked mini meatballs in a tomato-basil sauce called Polpettine, is so, so good. I love it.

Anything you order from the Senza menu, it's pretty terrific. Senza is located at Bayville Commons Shopping Plaza, Rt. 9 in Bayville, NJ. Congratulations to Senza, we already knew you were one of the "BEST".

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