i think the place you are talking about is ricetta's- http://www.ricettas.com/
i haven't tried it yet, but i grew up in new haven eating at sally's and now live in brooklyn eating difara's, so when we go to maine to see the family we eat lobsters, not pizza. i tried to get to ricettas this summer but no go- too busy eating shrimp samiches at the sea basket and lobster rolls at red's (this is a full time job eating these things i assure you).
this past summer someone saved me an article from a maine publication (magazine) with the top 10 pizza places in maine. ricetta's was #1, and beyond that all the descriptions were merely confirming that you could actually GET pizza at these places- none said "this is delicious pizza that you must try" or anything like that, only things like "you can get pizzas, gas, and some movies here" or "also try the lobstahs".
there is a decent pizza place across from Bath Iron Works called "the Cabin" i think that has been there forever and is a good standby, and Sara's Cafe (directly across the street from red's eats in wiscasset) has a thick crust, deep dish type pizza which is at least fresh and the bread (it's not really crust) which it is on is fresh and tasty, as well as a creation called a matey- kind of like a calzone with different fillings. a pepperoni matey will do the trick on a cold maine night, but a new haven calzone it ain't.
but i solemnly promise to go to ricetta's in december when we're back up in ME and report on the pies. off course, new haven is less than 4 hours from portland- sally's opens at 5:10, leave at noon from portland and be first on the line, now that's a plan... enjoy frank booth