Pepe's Pizza Manchester Ct

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2008/03/04 20:15:39 (permalink)

Pepe's Pizza Manchester Ct

Went there this weekend and although the Pizza was great it is a much different crust (thicker) and taste (sauce and cheese)from the original and The Spot in New Haven. Anybody else been there? I wonder if the ovens are coal fired?
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    ayersian
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    RE: Pepe's Pizza Manchester Ct 2008/03/04 20:33:51 (permalink)
    Really? We reviewed it[url='http://www.roadfood.com/Reviews/Writeup.aspx?ReviewID=5325&RefID=5224']here[/url] and honestly couldn't tell the difference from the original and the Spot. I assumed the ovens were coal-fired but I could be wrong. That pizza is hands-down the best thing to happen to Manchester in a very long time!

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    SBXSTR
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    RE: Pepe's Pizza Manchester Ct 2008/03/05 07:05:25 (permalink)
    Have to agree whole-heartedly with ayersian - Pepe's Manchester perfectly replicates the New Haven locations and, yes, its coal-fired.
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    auxguard
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    RE: Pepe's Pizza Manchester Ct 2008/03/07 20:31:13 (permalink)
    Went again tonight crust is softer not crispy an big bubbles like New Haven But very good. sorry JMO ps will go to New Haven Sunday










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