REVIEW: Brick oven pizza at Nomad Pizza

Written by: Maria Ramos

Walking into Nomad Pizza in Princeton on a Friday night, the smell of an old-fashioned brick oven pizza came out of the door. The sound of people chatting and wine glasses clinking filled the room. People seemed to be enjoying themselves.

The owner of Nomad Pizza, Stalin Bedon started his business with a pizza truck he named the Nomad. The business was first for serving at events and continued to gain high popularity. As a result, Nomad Pizza opened a restaurant in Hopewell, New Jersey. Later on, they opened two more in Philadelphia, and their more recent restaurant located in Princeton.

  The Princeton location brings the cozy atmosphere, but it also gives a twist to make it more fun for local students and customers. Other local pizzerias cannot compare to Nomad and their organic, fresh products.Their Napolitano-style pizza is made of very basic ingredients: water, yeast, flour and salt along with fresh tomatoes, basil and mozzarella cheese. Nomad it is BYOB and in addition they offer wines from Thomas Henry Winery, Sonoma Ca.

“The most important ingredient in our pizzas is love, all the pizzas that we made are made with love because we love pizza,” said Laura Caponi, manager of Nomad Pizza.

The middle has a soft and chewy texture , while the crust is crunchy but not too hard. Just right.

“This may be my new favorite spot for pizza! But you have to really like the specialty, brick-oven type pizza or else this place is not for you. I’ve had dinner here twice now and each time it was incredible.” Wrote Yelena P, from Sellersville, PA on September 14, 2016.

Besides having a typical Italian pizza, they offer different varieties, including a Nutella pizza, which is perfect for dessert; it is covered with Nutella and strawberries on top.

Nomad Pizza is a great place to gather with your friends, family or colleagues either for lunch or dinner. Pizzas are sold by the pie.

    “I enjoy working at Nomad, even in the busy days, since we all work as the team to keep up with all the orders,” said John, one of the pizza makers. The staff was very friendly and provided quick service.

Outdoor seating was available, and the area included a foosball table to keep the people on waiting list entertained, the waiting list it was around twenty minutes even that ht ebusy was pretty busy, the staff was doing their best for have the tables ready, also with some Friday night live music to spice up the ambiance. Every two weeks they have different kind of bands from 6:30 to 9:30 pm.

It is easy to see why Nomad Pizza has reached five stars on

Nomad Pizza is located at 301 N Harrison St. Princeton, NJ 08540, open Tuesday to Sunday for lunch and dinner.

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