Jersey City West Sides Hidden Gem

Dated: 08/14/2015

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About Laicos

"When we opened our doors in 1972, Laico’s was a brick-oven pizzeria and bar for the neighborhood locals. We eventually extended our menu to include a full range of Italian specialties, and we’ve since continually received rave reviews from patrons and critics alike. Mixing both modern and traditional on the menu and in our decor, our award-winning restaurant has been run by three generations of the Laico family over the past 40 years.

Fresh ingredients and genuine care are put into every dish, from our famous homemade garlic bread and secret house salad dressing to our innovative entrees and decadent desserts."

A hundred mile round trip for dinner here, but it was worth every mile driven to experience the old school charm and exquisite tastes of the various dishes here at this Jersey City institution.  Everything was delicious - simply delicious.

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