Two Boots

Two Boots 

133 Newark Avenue, Jersey City, NJ 07302

(201) 209-1250

info@twoboots.com

 

Hours

Sunday-Thursday: 11:30am-10:00pm

Friday-Saturday: 11:30am-3:00am

 

Available for Dine in, Pick up and Delivery

Available for Catering

 

Two Boots — named for the geographical shapes of Italy and Louisiana — was born on June 24th, 1987. Founders Doris Kornish & Phil Hartman, indie filmmakers who loved Cajun food and culture (Phil having opened the Great Jones Café, a Cajun juke joint, in 1983), teamed up with local developer John Touhey, to create the original Two Boots Restaurant, a family-friendly, full-service restaurant at 37 Ave A in NYC’s East Village. Through the years, Two Boots has grown with locations all across the country, served pizza at festivals like Summerstage and Gathering of the Vibes, in places from Prospect Park to Citi Field,and had ancillary businesses including The Pioneer Theater, Two Boots Video and the Den of Cin. Wherever we go, we bring our unique cornmeal crust pizza, funky folk art, and a deep commitment to the community. Pizza is a universal language, transcending geographic and demographic boundaries of every kind — we look forward to sharing a pie with you soon, too!

Aaron & Liz Morrill, founders of Fizzy Lizzy (our favorite sparkling beverage), are our local partners for the first New Jersey branch of Two Boots — in the burgeoning pedestrian mall near the Grove Street PATH station. With comfy banquettes, sidewalk seating, wine and beer, and occasional live music, this is a great place for a lunch break from work, a family dinner or a late-night jaunt from one of the local bars. And The Boss Hague home pie, house-made andouille meatballs, pepperoni and ricotta on a round Sicilian crust, has been joined by The Bubba, another vegan option featuring kalamata olives and a medley of Mediterranean vegetables.

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Inside Two Boots pizzeria where customers are lined up to give their order

Two slices of pizza on paper plates

garlic knots

 

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