Best hole-in-the-wall pizza joints in New England

NEW ENGLAND — Some states are known for their pizza, and some states just have those lucky spots where you can find the best pizza pie. Sometimes the best pies are in little hole-in-the-wall places that just have a walk-up window.

Cheapism, a website dedicated to seeking out the best products and services at the very best prices, recently published a list of the best hole-in-the-wall pizza joints across America These under-the-radar pizza joints may not be your typical fancy pizza spots but “typically grab national headlines due to their low-key nature.”

In Massachusetts, Leone’s Sub and Pizza took the spot. Opened in 1954 Leones has an old fashion feel to the restaurant with neon signs and a stainless steel counter.

“The rectangular half- and full-tray pizzas are the way to go and will feed plenty of people with their pillowy crust. Try the eggplant topping, which is fried before being sliced and put on the pizza,” Cheapism said of Leone’s.

Brother’s Famous Pizza takes the spot in Rhode Island. This spot looks more like a diner than a pizzeria but is a fan favorite.

“Check out the letterboard menu and you’ll notice that pizza and grinders are the focus. It’s unlikely that buffalo chicken pizza graced the menu decades ago, but meatball and pepperoni have always been classic options,” Cheapism said of Brother’s Famous Pizza

Alley Cat Pizzeria in New Hampshire has billed itself as the “home of Manchester’s largest pizza.”

“Specialty pizzas all have names like Fat Cat, Maui Cat, and El Gato, and layer handfuls of toppings on a soft, bubbly crust. The storefront digs are small but cute, with red checkered tabletops on the few tables for eat-in,” Cheapism said of Alley Cat

In Maine, Corsetti’s is a combination of a convenience store and an Italian restaurant that serves up traditional and creative pizzas.

Buffalo chicken pizza and mashed potato, garlic butter, and bacon pizza are popular combinations at Corsetti’s.

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