Losing your favorite pizza spot can be a serious blow to morale, especially if it was ranked as one of the best pizza spots in New Jersey.

An extremely popular pizza spot in Jersey is getting ready to close its doors at the end of the month, so you'll want to stop in and grab a slice while you still can.

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This pizza place, by the way, has a cool background because it got its start selling pies at a local farmers market using a transportable green oven to cook pizza fresh on the spot.

Pizza Crime In Haddonfield, NJ Announced Its Closing This Month

Pizza Crime, one of the most popular pizza spots in Jersey, once ranked as one of Jersey's 101 greatest pizza places of all time, has announced its closing.

The pizza place was known for its wild creations like pizza topped with Italian Sausage, broccoli rabe, and roasted red peppers.

That's a lot of flavor!

Pizza Crime opened back in 2020 according to Patch in Haddonfield taking over what used to be La Cafe Creperie which was owned by Pizza Crime found Arnab Maitra's father.

The announcement of Pizza Crime's closure came on New Year's Day on the pizza shop's Instagram Page.

However, it looks like Owner Arnab Maitra does have something else in store for the future.

Stay tuned on our social media platforms to see what’s to come — This is not a goodbye, but a see you soon! ~Pizza Crime

Located at 139 Kings Highway East, Pizza Crime is known for its fresh dough and pizza that's so good it should be illegal.

Swing by and grab a slice or a whole pie while you still can!

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