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Harry's Pizza Napoletana

39 S. Main St. (Memorial Rd.) Send to Phone
New Haven-style thin-crust pies topped with quality ingredients have kept pizza aficionados loyal to Harry's for more than 20 years.

Breakfast Sat.-Sun., Lunch & Dinner daily

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Harry's Pizza Napoletana Restaurant Review

: Is there a finer example of thin-crust pizza in this area? No. Harry's (and its "cousin," Harry's Bishop's Corner) is the undisputed king of pizza in these parts. Bubbled, blistered beauties, Harry's cracker-thin pizzas are the pie of choice probably because the restaurant only does pizza. (Yes, there is a nice green salad with a zippy balsamic and sun-dried tomato vinaigrette to keep you from gnawing the table until your pizza arrives. Or choose from a tiny menu of appetizers.) When fresh basil and tomatoes are in season, Harry's produces a white pizza that is poetry. We return again and again for the simple pepperoni pizza, a salty thing that spoils you for any other pepperoni pie. Ah, but then there's the unorthodox but addictive merger of sausage and finely minced jalapeƱo, a tasty, spicy union. Harry's has a limited beer and wine list, but there are always special bottles that make pie eating even more fun.


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