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Pizza Face
1553 Springfield Ave, Maplewood, NJ 07040
Pizza Face is a pizza joint making Brooklyn-style pies. Some of Pizza Face’s unique ingredients include mozzarellaMore that is part buffalo milk and homemade dough that’s made daily with water from Brooklyn. The restaurant features specialty pies with toppings ranging from four cheeses to barbecue chicken. A large cheese pizza costs about $13. A plain slice costs about $2.25. Pizza Face offers curbside delivery and catering for special events.    
Papa John's Pizza
1863 Springfield Ave, Maplewood, NJ 07040
The Maplewood branch of the national chain delivers to Irvington, Maplewood, Millburn, Union and South Orange. SignatureMore pizza slices are available for $1.50.  Papa John's also sells gift cards (and the buyer gets a free topping). The last delivery of the day is 11:45pm and there's a delivery charge of $1.75.
Village Trattoria
2 Inwood Pl, Maplewood, NJ 07040
Lots of people line up to choose from more than 25 types of pizza at this busy, family-friendly pizzeria and ItalianMore restaurant. Servers wait on customers after 4pm and free bread, including rolls made from pizza dough with olive oil, is a special treat.
Roman Gourmet
153 Maplewood Ave, Maplewood, NJ 07040
The Roman Gourmet was established in 1971 and is still run by the original owners. It's a casual, easy-going pizza placeMore that's been a part of the neighborhood for a long time. It has been known to host kids' birthday parties from time to time—please call for more information.
Arturo's Osteria and Pizzeria
180 Maplewood Ave, Maplewood, NJ 07040
Arturo's is known both for its brick-oven pizza and the Saturday night tasting menus conjured up by young owner/chef DanMore Richer, who took over in 2007. Fresh local ingredients and an artisanal tradition drive the multi-regional Italian cuisine.
Village Burger
181 Maplewood Ave, Maplewood, NJ 07040
Village Burger serves cooked-to-order traditional and specialty burgers such as bbq, pizza burger and black bean burger,More plus hot dogs, chicken sandwiches, salads, fries and onion rings.
Maplewood Pizzeria & Ristorante
489 Valley St, Maplewood, NJ 07040
"Best pizza in town" comes from a bustling pizzeria that has been in Maplewood more than 20 years, first a little placeMore down the street and now a busy ristorante a few blocks from Columbia H.S. They offer a separate dining area that can be booked as a "party room", (lots of kiddie weekend birthday parties) student specials and free parking. There is an outdoor cafe in the summer, and the place is run by a warm, courteous, hard-working family. They accept personal checks from regulars.
Express Yourself Studios
1877 Springfield Ave, Maplewood, NJ 07040

Express Yourself Studios is a storefront art studio that offers studio time and instructional programs for childrenMore and adults — now in a new, expanded location at 1877 Springfield Avenue.

Fun and creative events like the monthly "BYOB Cocktails and Canvas" are aimed squarely at adult artists. Programs for children and teens range include "Fashion Illustration" and "Pizza and Pottery."

Besides their scheduled classes, the studio is also available for open studio time where artists can work on self directed projects, and for children's party rentals.

O'Reilly's Bar & Grill
2208 Millburn Ave, Maplewood, NJ 07040

Voted "One of N.J.'s 10 Best" by the Star-Ledger's Munchmobile, O'Reilly's has served up comfort with the comfortMore food for going on 30 years under the aegis of owners Walter Lee and Mike Jeffrey. That's the shark they caught in Florida hanging over the bar.

The Irish pub has "lunch regulars, bar regulars, football regulars and Sunday regulars." Friday and Saturday are pretty busy with regulars too. Sundays are huge, with 20 TVs going so "we have the Bills fans over here and Steelers over there and on the big screens we have the local teams like the Giants and the Jets."

There is Anchor Steam on tap and ample space (long booths, separate areas with tables and the long crooked-stick bar) to sit and think your thoughts or partake in conversation, which tends to be animated.

Lunch specials include tuna club and cup of soup. There are burgers made of 8-ounce black Angus beef and even wraps instead of rye if that is your thing. More features include a pool table, pizza and baby back ribs, as well as rock bands from time to time.

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