Thursday, May 10, 2012

Pizza in Atlantic City


                                                    

New Jersey Road Trip...part 2


We were in Atlantic City visiting our son and his family last week, and decided to check out Revel, the new resort and casino that will open on Memorial Day.


But first, we stopped by Tony Boloney's  for some of their famous Atlantic City Indigenous Pizza.



Tony Boloney's was the winner of the Guy Fieri Cheesesteak Battle at the Atlantic City Food and Wine Festival.


 The Cheesesteak Winner! Photo by Tom Briglia.

photo courtesy of Tony Boloney's and Food Network.


With such rave reviews, we just had to check out the pizza, too.






It's so easy to order.  Step 1...take a menu...
Not only do they have pizza, but subs, pasta bowls, soup and even breakfast.






          












































Look at all the choices...don't you just love the names of the pizzas?... 




Everyone was so nice, and even posed for photos.
Sorry, I didn't get this guy's name. I was busy drooling over the pizza.



I think this one was spinach and artichoke dip...Yum!




With so many choices, it was hard to decide which to choose. This is the cheesesteak, which most of us got, but Son was feeling adventurous  and ordered the Yenta, which is a pizza crossed with a Reuben sandwich. I tried a bite of it, and it was really good, too.



Come on, grab a seat. The pizzas will be ready in just a minute...






Mike Hauke, the owner, brought our slices to us and sat down to chat for a few minutes.






Are you sure you don't want another slice? 


Well... back in the car. We're headed just down the street to the Revel to see what all the hype is about. Watch for the next post.


Hope y'all have a great weekend, and Happy Mother's Day to all the moms.
Babs



13 comments:

Kelly said...

My goodness those pizzas look good! I love going to new places to eat. I bet you had fun sampling those. I'm sure there are many good pizza places up where you're visiting too.

Alison @ The Polohouse said...

I LOve PizZA!
This looks amazing Babs.
Will have to check it out someday. Haven't been to Atlantic City since the 80's!!!
Have so much fun.
:)
xoxox
Alison

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

Wish we would visit a place like this next time we are in Atlantic City, but usually we just stay close to where we are staying.

Sarah said...

Now that's a pizza. Looks delicious!
Happy Mother's Day, Babs. ~ Sarah

Kasia said...

Ohhh goodnes... its 2 am here and youve given me the worst craving ever!!! -.- LOL Glad to see you had a good time!

Hugs,

Debbie said...

I would really love to visit there. I would actually like to try that one inspired by a Reuben sandwich since that's one of my all time favorite tastes. So much more fun than your regular old pizza joint, huh?

Lizabeth @ Infuse With Liz said...

Oh that pizza does look heavenly! What a nice experience! Their crusts alone look delicious! What a great variety of choices they offer! Yummmm!!

The Magical Christmas Wreath Company said...

Yum, that pizza looks very tasty Babs but what I really want to know is how much did you take away from the craps tables in Atlantic City?
:)
Paul

Alycia Nichols said...

I just finished a big lunch, but I could sure find a way to make room for a slice or two!!! Man, that looks good!!!!!!!!

Ivy and Elephants said...

I saw that episode! I'm glad to know the food lives up to the reputation.
The pizza looks absolutely delicious!
Hugs,
Patti

SavoringTime in the Kitchen said...

What a fun place and the pizza looks delicious! I had to smile at the 'Animal Lover' part of the menu :)

stefanie said...

soooooo fun!

Maury Kilgo said...

YUM! Looks delicious!