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Great pizza in Camden/Burlington Counties

mschow | Jun 8, 200706:55 AM     8

Yes, I know about Pete n Eldas, Kinchleys, Star, Squan Tavern, etc and their great pizzas. Just looking to see if there is anything closer and more convenient to home. Thin CRISPY crust pizzas are unheard of in this part of NJ. It is typically a very doughy, barely cooked pizza crust. And rolling? You could never roll a piece of pizza you find around here. It's way too limp. And, I am not so impressed with Tacconellis in Moorestown. I would hardly call that in the same class as Kinchleys or Pete n Eldas. We had Kinchleys every Friday night, growing up! I would kill for pizza like theirs, and so would my sister, who moved to the area 3 years ago.We're looking for something closer to home. (Trenton is not an option; thanks anyway). Help!

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