The Trenton, New Jersey, area is home to a particular style of pizza known as the "tomato pie." The generally accepted explanation of the genre is that a tomato pie is built as follows: dough, cheese, toppings, and then sauce. Slice's Nick Solares tries two of the area's finest in this report.
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Rosario's Pizza is the type of place I want to love, but even if I don't, I tend to cut some slack because it is such a genuine piece of Americana. Or Italian-Americana, as the case may be. This little pizzeria on the side of a busy New Jersey road has been around since 1973. I was powerless to not pull into the parking lot of the ramshackle structure that looks something like the office of a mini golf course.