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 Grimaldi's Hoboken

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Grimaldi's Hoboken Mon, 01/24/11 4:42 PM (permalink)
Has anyone been to Grimaldi's Hoboken and can compare it to Grimaldi's Brooklyn.
On principle, I would never go to a place that has more than 5 min. wait, yet Grimaldi's is soooooo popular with NYC tourists (esp. from overseas) that think Grimaldi's in Bklyn is a "must-do".
So I was in Hoboken this week end and found out that there are not one, but 2, Grimaldi's there, apparently owned by the same family. And no waiting in line!
I thought the pizza was OK, fine, but not to stand in line or make a special trip (like NYC tourists). It was coal oven, which made is crispy with lots of flour on the bottom, but when it cooled off it was soggy. We did have a good antipasto, tho.
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