Marisa’s Pizza

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Marisa’s Pizza was sold – and is now Hudson Pizza Company. See that thread for updates.
5/28/2009 Update:

Any Day Now…

The owners of Marisa’s Pizza – Hoboken’s newest Pizza Parlor – are getting very close to opening up. Unsure of the exact date, they hope as soon as Friday!

PS – I asked if Rome Pizzeria was upset about this too – they said no, because it’s just another brick and mortar business, and it’s ok.

See Marisa’s Pizza Menu Here!

(PS – originally thought it was “Marissa’s” with two s’s – but their menu lists ONE s)

See previous updates and contact info after the jump…

5/8/2009:

Pizza is better than…

Hoboken411 reader Mike – who sent this “lovely” cameraphone picture in of the upcoming Marisa’s Pizza (at the doomed Quizno’s location at 100 Hudson Street) said:

“Yay! More pizza in Hoboken! Guess its better than a bank, Realtor or nail salon.”

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Description – Fattening, yet addictive & delicious pizza.
Website – TBD
Address – 100 Hudson St, Hoboken, NJ 07030
Telephone – 201-710-5094, 201-710-5095

Boken Pug
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Boken Pug

Marissa’s was sold a few months and is now called Hudson Pizza (or something like that). The food is good, especially some of the specialty slices. I had the buffalo chicken pizza, which was phenomenal. It has a thicker crust to hold the weight of the chicken, which was a welcome surprise given the standard of throwing some grilled chicken and some hot sauce on a utility slice.

The owner that I met was the complete opposite of the former owners. Instead of making me feel like I interrupted him, he took the time to explain the new set up, and the things they were doing to change. In addition to the good food, a big change is the absence of the kids who acted as if they were in their living room, not their parent’s restaurant.

I will definitely be going back.

hobposer
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hobposer

I have ate here many times and I like this place. The sandwiches you get are huge. Good pizza, I recommend the sicilian. And no, I am not Marissa

plywood
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plywood

Oh, c’mon.

scobie
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scobie

Saw that this place had opened up in the old Quizno’s spot and thought I’d give it a try, so my wife and I ordered this past Friday. We called at 6PM and ordered a salad, garlic knots and a large pizza with black olives. We were told the pizza would be there in about 40 minutes. An hour later, the pizza had still not arrived. I called and had to speak to two different people to find out where the order was. Finally, seventy-five minutes after ordering (almost twice as long as they had told me), the pizza arrived; the guy was nice, but didn’t apologize for us being his last stop on what must have been a long delivery run. The pizza box felt cold to the touch, and the pizza itself was room temperature. The garlic knots were good, but were also cold (they also looked more like mini crescent rolls rather than knots). The salad was okay, but was drenched in oil. The pizza also had only a handful of olives, all of which were in the center of the pie. The pizza tasted okay, but the crust wasn’t terribly flavorful on its own, and was kind of hard. Needless to say, we won’t be ordering from Marisa’s again any time soon; the pizza was average and the customer service was below average.

hobgirl7
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hobgirl7

I tried this place recently, and must say it was fantastic. The prices were not too high, but expected prices for the time period we live in now. Scenery was great, and the service was outstanding. I think instead of criticizing new places that are opening up in Hoboken, maybe we should all be welcoming them into our city. GOOD LUCK Marisa’s!

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