UPDATE: DELAYED OPENING for NEW Pizza Shop Opening in Jackson


 New! Kosher Pizza shop to open in Jackson special for the week of the nine days at Rays Real Pizza in the Jackson Crossing shopping center.

Featuring over 15 different varieties for a real Italian out of the box experience. Come Check Us Out!

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  1. Special for the 9 days??? What have we come to…. the 9 days has become a sensationalized marketing event….. if only they would come out and say that they dont want to start a business during the 9 days and rather start after tisha bav….that would be more powerful

    • they are doing it for the people to have a good dairy place to go to during the 9 days to alleviate all the crowds in the other places : please think before you jump to conclusions

  2. What Patticia didn’t say, but meant to say is: Jews don’t park normally, so please do.
    The anti-semites at work.

    You could’ve wished the owners success, talked about how Ray’s was awesome, and more, but you chose to mention parking normally. Your hate is so obvious.

    I can’t wait until Tom’s River, Jackson, and Howell become the next Lakewood. Eat your heart out.

    • Wow pretty disgusting of you. You are scared of the truth and will never change. Those of us in Jackson have learnt and are learning how to get along with our neighbors. And yes part of that is rethinking how we drive and park. Please stay in Lakewood if you aren’t ready to learn how to live amongst other people.

  3. @lkwdresident – how complacent we’ve become here in galus. We can’t know What tomorrow will bring. The 9 days is our reminder. What a horrifying comment.

  4. Guys cmon you do t have to be an anti Semite to realize that unfortunately many in our community don’t have the sensitivity to drive and park like a mentch. So it’s one thing if you are in a heimish town like Lakewood but at least when your visiting a non “orthodox town” be extra careful to make a Kiddush Hashem. Honestly sometimes I feel embarrassed to walk around wearing my white shirt seeing the way people drive almost killing people en route or parking like their drunk taking sometimes 2 or even 3 spots! We don’t realize that our actions have effects . Let’s not give them more reasons to hate us! It’s really not that difficult to try to act a little more refined… Do you want people to look and say “wow look how well behaved they are” or the opposite c”v. I don’t think I’m saying any chiddushim here really.

    • The point of driving and parking courteously is definitely valid. However, it is a shande that others (aka Bnei Edom) have to stress the point . But regardless, if it weren’t the driving, it would be something else to pick on because Halacha hi Byadua….

  5. @Zumy as I once heard from one of my Rabbeim that sinas yisrael is like sediments that drop to the bottom of a barrel. We have to be careful not to shake it up and let it rise to the top. Anyways besides for this inyan, what about respect for others in our own community? There’s really no reason people should drive like “vilda chayos “. It’s really something below us and especially if we’re bnei Torah.

  6. Thank you @zs, i knew some self righteous guy was gonna say something to that nature. Glad it was you! Now that you brought the geulah alot closer, go enjoy your well deserved pizza

  7. Some suggestions
    1. Keep it as Rays dont change the name
    2. We sittim here chalishin to taste this Italian pozza, please post updates when you are opening.
    Very exciting news

  8. The 9 days is a time to focus on the sad mourning period of the bais hamikdosh. I’m not sure why we need pizza now? This unfortunately shows how far we are from understanding the point of this time period.

    Regarding parking- I believe it’s directly related to entitlement. When someone is parked incorrectly, especially in a way that affects other people’s parking options- this to me seems like an issue of feeling entitled- no you are not entitled to two spots and no you are not worth more then the next guy who needs a spot. We are supposed to be beyshanim and not believe like you are owed the road.

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