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Old 01-28-2021, 12:36 PM   #1
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Default Best Pizza's around Winnipesaukee

Where's your favorite place for pizza? For me it's JJ's Woodfired Pizza in Franklin, I'm a big sucker when it comes to woodfired pizza, I will drive the distance. A buddy of mine who lives in Hampton, swears up and down over the Pizza Barn in Ossipee and makes it a regular stop to or from, trips to N. Conway with his family. Although I love the barn and the atmosphere inside, their pizza isn't my favorite... they put to much on for toppings IMO and they are missing out by not having a woodfired oven.
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North Country Deli in Laconia and Chesley's in Campton NH
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Old 01-28-2021, 01:09 PM   #3
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Picking a favorite pizza is really hard but for wood fired I have always liked the place in North Conway, I think it's called flatbread company. Have not been there in ages though.

My personal preference is thin and it's hard to beat piccolo in center harbor
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http://www.laconiahop.com/

Laconia House of Pizza.
Try to get thru their phone lines if you can.
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How about Nolan’s in Wolfeboro !
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Default Jack's Alton

Jack's Pizza in Alton. Thin crust. Not overloaded with sauce.

We tend to get the large meat-lovers with the garlic and oil sauce.

It is inside the gas and grocery at the Alton Circle, and is a remote location of Jack's Pizza in Pittsfield.

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It's not wood fired but in my humble opinion Piccolo's in Moultonborough is one of the best pizza places anywhere in lake country. They use the best ingredients. The real test of a good pie is if it is as good a day later on reheat and Piccolo's is delicious the second time around. Love this little market with their high quality Italian goods and excellent micro beer choices. Their handmade desserts are to die for.
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The reheat test is key. The pizza has to taste good on the reheat and I'm not talking about microwave reheat, it's toaster oven or frying pan. A pizza made with junk ingredients will not reheat well.
Quick side note, Uno's used to make a sautéed mushroom & garlic flatbread pizza with a Vermont cheddar cheese, that was pretty damn good (I haven't been in a while so not sure if they still offer that). I'm not a super big fan of chain restaurants but will give credit where credit is due and that pizza was pretty damn good.
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It's not wood fired but in my humble opinion Piccolo's in Moultonborough is one of the best pizza places anywhere in lake country. They use the best ingredients. The real test of a good pie is if it is as good a day later on reheat and Piccolo's is delicious the second time around. Love this little market with their high quality Italian goods and excellent micro beer choices. Their handmade desserts are to die for.
Absolutely agree and do not forget the Baccala and Calamari Salad… If I could only eat one thing this would be it.
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The reheat test is key. The pizza has to taste good on the reheat and I'm not talking about microwave reheat, it's toaster oven or frying pan. A pizza made with junk ingredients will not reheat well.
Quick side note, Uno's used to make a sautéed mushroom & garlic flatbread pizza with a Vermont cheddar cheese, that was pretty damn good (I haven't been in a while so not sure if they still offer that). I'm not a super big fan of chain restaurants but will give credit where credit is due and that pizza was pretty damn good.
Slightless off topic, but when I go camping I usually bring a pizza for the first night since it's good hot or cold but heated over a fire or a bbq grill is my favorite. Nice crispy bottom.
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agree on Piccolo's and you can get a 20In pie
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Gas station pizza? Really?? The Meredith FB page indicates that Meredith Mobil, (across from the town docks), is probably the most popular pizza place in town. We decided to give it a try and it is pretty darn good. We got a plain cheese and a "Meatsa Pizza", (bacon, sausage, pepperoni, and hamburger, I believe), and they were both quite yummy.
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Gas station pizza? Really?? The Meredith FB page indicates that Meredith Mobil, (across from the town docks), is probably the most popular pizza place in town. We decided to give it a try and it is pretty darn good. We got a plain cheese and a "Meatsa Pizza", (bacon, sausage, pepperoni, and hamburger, I believe), and they were both quite yummy.
We like the pizza at Greene's Corner Market 50% of the time. The other 50 is split between Piccolo and Elvio's.

Giuseppe's is pretty good, Rossi's is excellent when on, and Faro II is tasty.

I mean, even not awesome pizza is pretty awesome.

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Skelleys has a 2/$20 2 toppings special on Saturdays 5-8. They are pretty darn good.....convenient. This might sound strange to those of you who rave about Piccolo’s....we had one from there months ago, and it was just plain awful..... not tasty and very soggy. We threw most of it out.
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Default ....... Tartaglia's Italian brick oven - Exit 28

Here's a very very good pizza maker, restaurant ...... www.tartagliaspizza-nh.com/photos ...... Rt 93 - Exit 28, Campton ..... in the white two story, black & white & light gray residential style building also home to King Realty, between the two gasoline stations now named Penguin Gas and Aloha Fuel, formerly Mobil and Gulf.

www.facebook.com/TartagliasPizza/ ..... pie on the fly! ..... large red Tartaglia food van feeds Waterville Valley ski area, 11-miles north, up Rt-49

As soon as you get off the north bound Exit 28, go right and right there in that white-gray two story house style building with black shutters ...... Tartaglia's Italian made, brick oven pizza ...... between the two gasoline stations ..... open Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday ..... check out their time schedule.

Restaurant owner, Cat, got her pizza making skills at the www.biveroacademy.com in Florence Italy.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=MlE1gwhQo4Y ..... Tartaglia's large red pizza van parked in Moultonborough ..... October 2020 .... at Lake Life Realty
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We like the pizza from The Pine Cone in Melvin Village.
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I had Piccolo for the first time and I thought it was excellent.

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We like the pizza from The Pine Cone in Melvin Village.
I've driven by it many times, but never been in. Is their menu limited to Pizza or do they have other offerings ?

Are they open year 'round? Seven days a week?
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I've driven by it many times, but never been in. Is their menu limited to Pizza or do they have other offerings ?

Are they open year 'round? Seven days a week?
The Pine Cone is open year round but I don't think seven days a week, you'd have to check. It`s a regular restaurant with a full menu and a separate bar area with a small attached convenience store that also has some lake area gift items. It`s a cool local`s spot. The food is okay and if I remember correctly, large portions. Also, they used to have "all you can eat" Tuesday buffet. Not sure if they're still doing that. Parking can be limited on crowded days.

Some interesting history there in 2000 when it was a motel called Pine View Lodge. A doctor from MA. murdered his wife, ran and ended up there where he was caught. This is the documentary about him. Mention of the lodge is around 8:05.

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Any pizza in front of me at the moment, is the best pizza in the area.
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For those with both the bankroll to afford it and the patience to await it, there is the option of having a pizzeria from out of the area, e.g. in NYC send you on of theri pies.

see: https://www.goldbelly.com/foods/pizz...xoC2xYQAvD_BwE
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I have yet to get over to Tilton pizza, which everyone claims is the best in the lakes region.
I like Piccolo's and Elvio's but I have had good and bad pizza from Elvio's.
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We like the pizza at Greene's Corner Market 50% of the time. The other 50 is split between Piccolo and Elvio's.

Giuseppe's is pretty good, Rossi's is excellent when on, and Faro II is tasty.

I mean, even not awesome pizza is pretty awesome.

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Greene’s makes a darn good pizza! We were skeptical at first but have been very impressed!

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For those with both the bankroll to afford it and the patience to await it, there is the option of having a pizzeria from out of the area, e.g. in NYC send you on of theri pies.

see: https://www.goldbelly.com/foods/pizz...xoC2xYQAvD_BwE
Jesus that seems pricey for a pie. Also not sure what kind of condition it would be in once it's delivered.
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For those with both the bankroll to afford it and the patience to await it, there is the option of having a pizzeria from out of the area, e.g. in NYC send you on of theri pies.

see: https://www.goldbelly.com/foods/pizz...xoC2xYQAvD_BwE
I use Goldbely all the time for Lou Malnati's Chicago Deep Dish, NYC Bagels from Esa Bagel, hot dogs from Papaya King and these awesome ice cream sandwiches my kids love from Coolhaus in California

Its a great place to try all types of food from all over the country that otherwise you could not get
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https://www.bostonglobe.com/2021/03/...ewell:trending

THOP, a.k.a. … Tilton House of Pizza (www.tiltonhouseofpizza.com) is more homespun than hipster. Little Leaguers, families, tourists — all come together here, united by the love of thick, sauce-slathered dough and stretchy cheese. Located on the riverside, THOP was on the list of “101 Best Pizzas in America” by the “Daily Meal,” and is beloved by all for the sheer number of combinations available, from spinach and feta to grilled chicken and broccoli Alfredo.
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Tried the Mobile in downtown Meredith's pizza today on the way to camp, and it was good but small—large is 14" and $12.

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Tried Anthony's New York thin pizza at the Clark Plaza a few weeks ago. Not wood fired but not bad either. I've heard it can be hit or miss though.
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Here’s a little piece of history for you: Chip Skelley is a grandson of the founder of Bailey’s in Wolfeboro. This info was provided by camp guy in a PM.
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Piccolos Just go in a get a slice. You'll see.
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Piccolos Just go in a get a slice. You'll see.
We did. Even got a whole pie. Awful, We threw it out. I can’t believe ours was the only dud, but we will never know...not returning for another.
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We did. Even got a whole pie. Awful, We threw it out. I can’t believe ours was the only dud, but we will never know...not returning for another.
We got a bum one once, too—it was way too heavy on garlic and light on cheese. Only happened once in probably a dozen times.

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We did. Even got a whole pie. Awful, We threw it out. I can’t believe ours was the only dud, but we will never know...not returning for another.
Please explain what was wrong with the pie.
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Please explain what was wrong with the pie.

It was very wet and soggy....unappealing. We were floored because so many rave about their pizza.
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I had that same experience at Elvio's. After a half dozen great pizza's we got a lousy one, not cooked enough. That's why I prefer wood fired.

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Pizza Barn is probably my favorite, Pine Cone is good too. Elvios is pretty good too although they always seem a little crazy and disorganized in there but, the pizza is good.
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not in the lake region but if I am heading south around lunch always stop at Sal's in Concord to get a quarter pie
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Sal's Pizza used to be great, I remember going to the original one in Salem, NH its gone now. Ever since they started franchising, their pizza has gone down hill.
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We got a bum one once, too—it was way too heavy on garlic and light on cheese. Only happened once in probably a dozen times.

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Think...you can never go too heavy on the garlic. We've got the following matted and framed in our kitchen:
Tomatoes and oregano make it Italian
Wine and tarragon make it French
Sour cream makes it Russian
Lemon and cinnamon make it Greek
Soy sauce makes it Chinese
Garlic makes it good
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Think...you can never go too heavy on the garlic. We've got the following matted and framed in our kitchen:
Tomatoes and oregano make it Italian
Wine and tarragon make it French
Sour cream makes it Russian
Lemon and cinnamon make it Greek
Soy sauce makes it Chinese
Garlic makes it good
That's crazy talk.

My wife and I took the kids to Maine to walk the Marginal Way not long ago. On our way back, walking through town, we passed Roberto's, and the first memory we each had was the time they messed up and put whole cloves on our order of garlic bread. It was BRUTAL. So much so that 20+ years later, it's the first thought we have when passing by the restaurant.

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