From everyday pleasures to gourmet signatures – and many levels and layers in between – pizza in New Hampshire is one of a kind.
What’s a footsore and hungry resident or visitor to do, though, we hear you ask? It’s really quite simple: read through our picks for the seven best pizzas in New Hampshire and you won’t go far wrong.
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The home of New Hampshire’s largest pizza, the 20-inch bad boys here will have you stuffed for the entire day. The menu is named after cats, hence the name, with New York-style crusts. Classic toppings and a generous portion of cheese make this one of the best in the biz.
Not only does 900 Degrees serve mouthwatering wood-fired pizzas, but they’re also well-known for just how tasty their wood-fired wings are. What’s so special about this spot is the focus on highlighting New Hampshire’s local farm-fresh ingredients. They adhere to the rich tradition of true Neapolitan pizza making but showcase local ingredients. The result is a pizza so tasty you’ll dream about it long after the last bite.
Brick ovens bake the pizzas at Vinnie’s Pizzeria. So, the smell upon entering the restaurant lets you know that you’re able to taste some of the best pizza in New Hampshire. While it’s hard not to suggest the absolutely ooey-gooey cheese pizza, you absolutely should sample some other slices. They’ve got everything from a Cheeseburger Pizza to a Mac and Cheese one. Try it all; you won’t regret it.
As a traveller, you’re likely always looking for fun foodie experiences that combine quality food and a unqiue atmosphere. Pizza Barn is one such place as it’s located inside of a, well, a barn. They stick to the basics here, and it’s actually refreshing. The taste of their classic pepperoni pizza doesn’t need any extra flare. It’ll make your mouth water just by smelling it.
“Festa” in Italian means a feast, a celebration, or a banquet. And, that’s exactly what you can expect out of this Dover hotspot. That, and a lot of variety. Whether you’re after a New York hand-tossed, deep-dished Sicilian or even a thin-crust brick oven pizzas, they’ve got it. And, they’ve mastered the art of balancing toppings with sauce for some undeniably delicious pies. The best in New Hampshire for sure, but maybe some of the best in the whole country.
You’re not strapped for choice at Tilton House of Pizza. In fact, you might feel overwhelmed with all of the tasty options on your menu. So, we’ll make it easy for you. If you’re a meat-lover you can’t pass up the chance to indulge on one of their steak and cheese pizzas. Order it with onion, pepper, mushroom, or just with plain cheese, it doesn’t matter…you’ll enjoy a tasty pizza any way you get it.
The wood-fired brick oven here is centrally located in the restaurant so everyone can watch as the pizzas are made and cooked right in front of you. And, on Mondays, they support local charities, making it the best day of the week to stop by and treat yourself to anything and everything on the menu. Start with bourbon-marinated turkey tips before getting stuck into a fresh pizza.
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