San Giuseppe Coal Fired Pizza

2012 Update: See San Giuseppe Pizza Review Here!

San Giuseppe Pizza opens tonight in Hoboken

12/19/2011 Update:

San Giuseppe Coal Fired Pizza & Cucina (14th & Adams) is scheduled to open this evening at 4:30pm.

See San Giuseppe menu here – and enjoy!

San Giuseppe Pizza coming along in Hoboken

11/2/2011 Update:

Construction is proceeding nicely for San Giuseppe Coal Fired Pizza & Cucina uptown (14th & Adams). The floors were being sanded & prepped for finishing later this week – and the tables should be coming in next week.

Hopefully, Hoboken residents will get to enjoy some “home-cooked” Italian goodness before Thanksgiving!

More heaven on the way to Hoboken: San Giuseppe Coal Oven Pizza

8/10/2011 Update:

Add another Hoboken pizza choice to the list, coming soon: San Giuseppe Coal Fired Pizza & Cusina.

It’s taking place of the Sapori Dream Foods Catering spot at the Peachtree Hollow Commerce Center (strip mall) uptown near the Clearview Cinemas Theater on 14th Street.

Description: Italian pizza restaurant, coal oven.
Address: 14th & Adams Street, Hoboken, NJ 07030
Web: coalfiredpizzacucina.com
Phone: (201)942-9200

10 Responses

  1. screen name says:

    So weird for to have so many pizza places. Like the falafel places, you would think that some of these owners would take a step back and realize there is too much competition for every business to succeed.

    • wiskeytango1 says:

      screen name there was a place years ago that use to make stuffed lentils to go with the pizza…larry no nose and benny the beak were the owners.. [quote comment=”209649″]So weird for to have so many pizza places. Like the falafel places, you would think that some of these owners would take a step back and realize there is too much competition for every business to succeed.[/quote]

  2. chicster says:

    Yummm! I can’t wait. Nothing beats coal fired pizza!! So much better than regular pizza joints. 😛

  3. ginaw562 says:

    will they be serving alcohol there?

  4. nbm3 says:

    Coal Fired pizza is great, but again in a town flooded with pizza places how will this place distinguish itself, and especially in a part of town that to me seems desserted right by the cliffs. 9 months?

  5. emarche says:

    Two things:

    1. It’s within spitting distance of Pilsener Haus. Pizza and an incredible biergarten that regularly has people lined up down the block to get in? That’ll work.

    2. I held the same opinion about too many pizza places when they announced Johnny Pepperoni’s…then I went to Johnny Pepperoni’s…thrilled they opened. Fantastic, delicious pizza. And right down from Helmer’s, so I can eat a delicious pizza and then get delicious German beer. Win!

  6. chicster says:

    I agree! I think the locations is just fine. Plus there is lots of parking for those who might be driving. The movie theater is right there too! I love the idea of BYOB – more upscale and coal fired oven will just bring a more unique flavor to the restaurant and set it apart from your everyday “pizza” shop. Doesn’t Johnny Pepperoni attract folks with lots of kids anyway? This new place sounds like it’ll be more likely a place to go out with friends or bring a date. I can’t wait to try it out!!

  7. emarche says:

    Johnny Pepperoni attracts families, but they are adept at managing the crowd. It’s one of the few places in town that more or less has an unspoken, “After 7, kids aren’t a good idea” vibe. Bottom line: great pizza and if you time it right, families aren’t an issue at all.

  8. NorthKrissy says:

    Can’t say enough good things about San Giuseppe. Our once a week regular itlalian restaurant. Glad they are back!

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