Mays Landing in Hamilton Township, Atlantic County has a new place to find pizza. Here's what the locals are already saying about Danny's Pizza.

Maybe the name says it all! It's fully known as Danny's Pizza Pizzazz, and it's located on Harding Highway.

It would seem Danny's has already built up quite a following, with locations already in Millville, Vineland, Franklinville, and Monroeville.

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The menu at Danny's says their pizza is "made the old fashioned way," using fresh Italian plum tomatoes, hand-peeled garlic (more power to them because that's a pain, lol), fresh basil, homemade pizza sauce, and their own special blend of cheeses all piled onto light, crispy dough, according to Danny's official Facebook page.

Danny's Pizza Pizzazz Mays Landing finally opened its doors to customers faithful and new on Monday. Curious about their pies? Check out some of the love the shop already drummed up on social media.

What the Locals are Saying About Mays Landing's Newest Pizza Place

Mays Landing in Hamilton Township, Atlantic County has a new place to find pizza. Here's what the locals are already saying about Danny's Pizza.

You can find Danny's Pizza Pizzazz at 6394 Harding Highway in Mays Landing in Pine Plaza. They offer eat-in, take-out, and catering. Welcome to the neighborhood, Danny's!

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