A Jersey pizza festival turns into a ‘pizza crawl’
I love a good pub crawl. Back in the day friends and I tried having one drink at every casino in Atlantic City, and this is when there were a lot more of them. (Yes, we had a designated driver)
We only made it to 9. It was a work night.
Stealing from the pub crawl concept when my older kids were little I used to take them on playground crawls. We’d spend 10 minutes at a playground and hop in the car and go to a new one, and so on. I think our record was 8.
So how about a pizza crawl?
The 4th annual Hoboken Pizza Festival is happening Saturday, Nov. 14 from 1 to 5 p.m. Tickets are $25 and you get a half slice at any participating restaurant. So far places like Napoli’s, Tony Boloney’s and Madd Hatter are on board along with many others. This year they’re doing it as a pizza crawl. Or ‘za crawl if you prefer.
You have to wear a mask of course and can only take it off when eating or drinking, but figure you’ll be doing a LOT of eating and drinking.
Part of the proceeds benefit Party With Purpose, a non-profit that raises money for various children’s charities.
The post above reflects the thoughts and observations of New Jersey 101.5 talk show host Jeff Deminski. Any opinions expressed are Jeff Deminski's own.