On the search for the best pizza in Connecticut brings us to Pizza House in New Haven.
This pizzeria was recommended based on our investigation into who invented the medium-thick crust pan greek-style pizza seen in CT (results here).
As a reminder, greek-style pizza is not a greek pizza with feta on it, but is a style of pizza invented here in CT, in New London, in the 1950s, cooked in a circular pan instead of directly on the oven stone.
Pizza with Pepperoni and roasted peppers
This is probably the best example of Greek-style pizza I’ve had.
The medium-crust is super crunchy and truly excellent.
The roasted peppers aren’t great but the Pepperoni is fine.
Also, this Greek style pizza doesn’t get soggy quickly, unlike many other Greek-style pizzas.
Overall an excellent pizza; just be careful with your toppings.
Address: 89 Howe St, New Haven, CT 06511
Hours: Sunday Closed
Monday through Saturday 11am to 10:30pm