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Businiess name:  Sinapi's Pizza & Restaurant
Review by:  Dana D.
Review content: 
If you haven't tried Sinapi's then you've no idea what you are missing. I grew up in NJ with some of the best Italian food. I moved to Connecticut and still get cravings for "real" food. (Sorry, but most of the stuff around here just doesn't measure up.) Sinapi's, however, is not amongst that sorry bunch! The plain cheese pizza, the Sicilian-style pizza, and the gourmet toppings pizza are all delish. So is the baked ziti, and the eggplant parm hero. Shall I go on? Because I will... I just can't say enough about this place. Friends from the Bronx moved here and had problems with finding good Italian food. I told them about Sinapi's and they have thanked me countless times. So take advice from some NJ and NY natives: You want good pizza? You want real Italian food? Go to Sinapi's!

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