Everyone talks about the world-famous lobster roll, but does anyone realize that New England is rapidly giving New York a run for the money when it comes to our world-famous pizzas?

The Huffington Post did a long article on just how famous our pizza pies have become.

 

Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Connecticut all have distinctly different styles of the classic pizza pie.

In New Haven, the charred pie of Sally’s Apizza and Frank Pepe Pizzeria Napoletana have a style all their own and have been drawing customers since the early 20th century, according to the Huffington Post, and Rhode Island boasts Al Forno who has been offering their Greek-style pizzas since 1980.

Who knew grilled pizza would be such a hit?

And we cannot fail to mention BEACH PIZZA!  The Huff Post article puts heavy emphasis on beach pizza.  Whether you prefer Tripoli Pizza Bakery or Cristy’s beach pizza is not just for the summer.

A nice square shape topped with a sweet sauce and provolone is to die for.  If you don’t burn the roof of your mouth with it, it’s not hot enough.

Wherever you go in New England for your pizza it's sure to be a hit.  New England pizza is better than any in New York or, I might even say Italy.