We were just talking about pizza and whether or not we liked a "pineapple and ham" pizza. For me, the "pineapple pie" is a no-go. I just don't like the idea of fruit and ham on my pizza, sorry I know many like it, but it's just not for me.

 

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According to a recent article from Only In Your State, "New Jersey is a pretty great pizza town, and the odds are you can find a great slice or pie anywhere you turn. Whether you want an old-fashioned corner slice topped with all the pepperoni you can handle, or a wood-fired pie topped with the best cheese and herbs, every town has something to satisfy." 

They found one spot in Jersey that's known for over-the-top "toppings" on pizza and this chain has several locations to create your own pizza masterpiece. "Tony Boloney’s, a popular local chain with an original location in Atlantic City, they’re putting anything and everything on these pies, letting the international influences take over and proving that the spirit of New Jersey has always been invention – and the offbeat and off-color sense of humor doesn’t hurt!

They have all kinds of toppings and fun names for these creations, but the "most famous pizza at Tony Boloney's is probably the Taco Taco Taco, which...you guessed it, tops your pizza with mini-tacos and guac in the middle!" This looks intense, not sure I'm ready for that.

 

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Tony Boloney's has several locations in New Jersey including "Hoboken, Long Branch, Jersey City, and Margate, but the Atlantic City original is still the favorite thanks to its famous "Big Deck" with oceanfront views."

 

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