Having Lived in Naples, Italy, the birthplace of pizza, we are always on the lookout for good pizza. To us, wood fired is the best (if not the only) way to go. We were heading out to Ocean City for a winter weekend getaway and we saw J&J’s sign that said “Wood Fired Pizza”, so we pulled in to give it a try. We love Buffalo wings and pizza, but not mixed together, so the menu gave us some concerns. The Margarita looked like the only traditional pizza. From the menu, it seemed like the pizzas would be thick crust, lots of sauce and toppings, and not the thin crust with more conservative toppings that work so well in a wood fire oven. We were also concerned that there was almost no one else there. We did see some folks come for take out, so that was a good sign. When the waiter came for our order, we asked some questions about the pizzas and found out that we could basically order it anyway we wanted. We love the Diavola pizzas, so we “built” a thin crust sausage and hot banana pepper pizza. For our second pizza, we ordered the spinach, goat cheese, garlic and tomato sauce pizza from the menu and said we would like thin crust for that as well. Both were excellent. The crust on the sausage and hot pepper was a bit better since the toppings were drier to start, but the spinach and goat cheese was a great combo. We ate half of each and saved the rest for later. Next time we are near Ocean City, we will be going to J&J’s and trying something new. Now we know that we don’t need to stick to the menu and that they probably have some things for toppings that don’t show up on the menu. We will just let them know what we are in the mood and have them make it.