Pizza in New Hampshire

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2007/07/25 11:56:14 (permalink)

Pizza in New Hampshire

Hello,

I am originally from New Jersey and it is very hard to find good pizza-pizza similar to that which you would find in NY,NJ,PA. Thin crust, easy to fold, etc. Most of the pizza up here to me is thick and not very tasty. We have found a few places:

Elvios in Lincoln/Conway
Pizzeria Reginia in Burlington MA

Both of those are an hours drive and we do make that drive quite often.

We also frequent Checkmate in Concord. It is not as good as the above put pretty good.

Any suggestions, I am in Concord NH and willing to drive far. Maine, Mass and Vermont suggestions as well would be appreciated.

Thanks!

Nicole
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    Mark in VT
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    RE: Pizza in New Hampshire 2007/07/25 12:12:09 (permalink)
    In Salem, NH I love Sal's Pizza,
    I live in Burlington, VT, and find American Flatbread to be the best in town. They refuse to call it pizza, but it is the best thin crust pizza you have ever eaten. Leonardo's, Marko's and Junior's are the best of the rest in the Burlington area.
    Enjoy!
    Mark
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    nicolem
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    RE: Pizza in New Hampshire 2007/07/25 12:16:36 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Mark in VT

    In Salem, NH I love Sal's Pizza,
    I live in Burlington, VT, and find American Flatbread to be the best in town. They refuse to call it pizza, but it is the best thin crust pizza you have ever eaten. Leonardo's, Marko's and Junior's are the best of the rest in the Burlington area.
    Enjoy!
    Mark


    Thanks-we will actually be going to Burlington in September and I am very curious to try the Amerian Flatbread. There are a lot of positive posts on this site about it.
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    joscelynb
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    RE: Pizza in New Hampshire 2007/07/27 14:28:57 (permalink)
    Check out The Flatbread Company in Portsmouth and North Conway. :)
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    dirtdog58
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    RE: Pizza in New Hampshire 2007/07/28 09:32:10 (permalink)
    there's a Sal's on rt 3 in Hooksett,just past the walmart.might be a shorter drive for you.it's right next to the wendys across from walmart & shaw's.it's not thin crust that you're looking for but it's VERY good.alway's remember,pizza is like sex.even when it's bad,it's still pretty good........lol
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    RE: Pizza in New Hampshire 2007/08/01 20:44:12 (permalink)
    you'd rather have a paper thin pizza, with watery sauce & not much cheese that tastes like thousands of other pizza joints than a unique new england pizza?
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    RE: Pizza in New Hampshire 2007/08/02 06:53:31 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by sk bob

    you'd rather have a paper thin pizza, with watery sauce & not much cheese that tastes like thousands of other pizza joints than a unique new england pizza?


    Um not really sure what you mean by "unique New England pizza". I have certainly had my share of "unique" pizzas up here and they were not good at all.
    I love paper thin pizza-with good sauce and cheese. A bonus would be slightly burnt pepperoni and oil dripping down when I fold it.
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    RE: Pizza in New Hampshire 2007/08/02 14:51:07 (permalink)
    try Brookside Pizza. theres one in Loudon down the road from the race track,and theres one in Wiers Beach.
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    RE: Pizza in New Hampshire 2007/08/02 17:43:34 (permalink)
    i think i noticed one of the brookside pizzas had closed. i was just out by Loudon last weekend
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    J2A8Y
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    RE: Pizza in New Hampshire 2007/08/08 14:58:21 (permalink)
    The Best Pizza in Southern NH
    Romano's Pizzeria of Salem NH
    154 Main Street, Salem NH. 603-898-0788.

    The Pizzas are Great
    The Best Salads around
    and the Roast Beef sandwiches and the 1/2 Burgers are Tops
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    RE: Pizza in New Hampshire 2007/08/08 15:05:13 (permalink)
    Windham NH Exit 3 off RT 93

    3 places in Windham with good pizza and subs

    1. Kendall Pond Pizza: 7 Mammoth Road (RT 128) www.kendallpondpizza.com
    2. Capri Pizza: 33 Indian Rock Rd
    3. Cobbetts Pond Pizzeria: 4 Cobbetts Pond Road
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    RE: Pizza in New Hampshire 2007/08/08 16:59:45 (permalink)
    Thanks for the suggestions!

    Nicole
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