Maine August 27, 2017
These 10 Pizza Places In Maine Are So Good That Your Mouth May Explode
When you think about food in Maine, you might automatically assume we’ve only got lobster and seafood. While we certainly do that better than any other state, let’s not forget about things like
hamburgers, BBQ joints and…pizza! Check out these awesome pizza places in Maine and let us know which ones we left off the list.
We’re aware that these uncertain times are limiting many aspects of life. While we continue to feature destinations that make our state wonderful, please take proper precautions or add them to your bucket list to see at a later date. If you know of a local business that could use some extra support during these times, please nominate them here:
1. Rosalie's Pizza, Bar Harbor
The good news is that the Crowe family's restaurant is just about the best place to grab the perfect slice with friends and family. Kids will love watching the experts throw their dough into the air and you'll appreciate the casual atmosphere that allows for good times and great beers. Bad news? They're seasonal which means you've only got a few more weeks to enjoy a slice.
Visit them at: 46 Cottage Street in Bar Harbor / (207) 288-5666
2. Angelone's, Westbrook (and Portland)
The modern pizzeria's introduction in Maine can be credited back to the Angelone family. John "Jack" Angelone opened Angelone's first location on Veranda Street in Portland back in 1947! In the late 1950s, the restaurant was moved to Monument Square. Ultimately, Jack opened three locations, with two still open today. If you want to get to the heart of pizza's history in Maine, this is a must visit!
Visit them at: 788 Washington Avenue in Portland / (207) 775-3114
3. Pizza Villa, Portland
Pizza Villa is a little family-owned pizzeria in Portland, Maine, that's been serving delicious pizza to locals for over four decades. This cozy restaurant opened in 1965 and has been owned and operated by brothers Phil, Tony and Andy Regios since their dad retired in 1975. The three brothers grew up working in the pizzeria, and they really know their stuff.The pizza is baked to perfection. The crust has just the right chew, and the toppings are high quality and plentiful. It's not fancy, gourmet-style pizza...it's just good, old-fashioned, ooey, gooey pizza.
Visit them at: 940 Congress Street in Portland / (207) 774-1777
4. Finelli Pizzeria, Ellsworth
This spot is another known for their skill at creating a great New York-style pie! But, if you like your pizza with a Maine twist you're going to want to order the Blueberry version! Its's made with a thin crust, Maine blueberries, feta cheese and some honey.
Visit them at: 12 Downeast Highway in Ellsworth / (207) 664-0230
5. George's Pizza, Auburn
George's has been putting out delicious greek-style pizzas in the Lewiston-Auburn area since 1974. They're simple, nothing extravagant and easy on the wallet. Order in one of two sizes - either 10 inches or 14 inches. And, if you suddenly decide you're not in the mood for pizza, they've got a large menu including grinders and french fries as well!
Visit them at: 563 Center Street in Auburn / 207) 782-7141
6. Tesoro Pizzeria & Restaurant, Bangor
Locals refer to this spot as a hidden gem! The owners are said to bring a lot of love to each dish, which we think it what makes a restaurant great! You'll love the many options of New York-style pizza that are on the menu and you're sure to leave full and satisfied!
Visit them at: 118 Harlow Street in Bangor / (207) 942-6699
7. Bhop & Bar, Bridgton
What seems like any other pizza place from the outside (how many restaurants have you seen with a sign saying "House of Pizza" outside?) a walk inside with prove otherwise. The staff is friendly, there's a fun bar and they have a variety of specialty pizzas to choose from.
Visit them at: 256 Main Street in Bridgton / Phone number (207) 647-3266
8. Bishop's Pizza, Jackman
Bishop's might seem like a random inclusion, but this is what Maine food is all about. The smaller places, located off the beaten path simply can't be beat. Head here for simple, traditional and unfussy pizza!
Visit them at: RR 201 in Jackman / (207) 668-2211
9. The Cabin, Batch
The Cabin makes their own pizza dough, which is notable in a world where convenience (even among local businesses) often wins out. Get your pizza (or Italian sandwich) with a cold brew and you can't go wrong. Not interested in leaving the house? They deliver! Definitely check out the white garlic sauce - it's a hit!
Visit them at: 552 Washington Street in Bath / (207) 443-6224
10. Slab, Portland
If you love pizza and love yourself, do yourself a favor and head to Slab. Not your traditional pizza joint, Slab will serve you up some of the most incredible Sicilian street food with an incredible beer to match. The cozy vibe and live music feel more like a neighborhood bar than the best pizza in Portland.
Visit them at: 25 Preble Street in Portland 0 (207) 245-3088
Speaking of eating in Maine, have you checked out our
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