Hearing a lot about Randy’s Wooster Street Pizza in Manchester, we have to try it.

If nothing else to see if there is a New-Haven-style pizza in the north of the state worth the drive.

With many options here, we first heard about this place as having good wings.

And what would a trip be without trying the fried mozz?

Luckily, The Fry Guy is an appetized sampler with a few options:

Mac and cheese bites
Ugh. Kraft mac & “cheese”.

Deep fried.

That’s about all you need to know.

The Rating: Mac and Cheese Bites


Mozz sticks
Not bad.

The only way Mozz Sticks go wrong is if they aren’t cheese enough or not cooked enough.

Neither is a problem here.

So pretty standard mozz sticks.
The Rating: Mozz Sticks


Fried ravioli
These fried ravioli are doughy and nice.

It tastes exactly what it soungs like.

The fact that there is only cheese inside is a little boring, so it could use more.

But good overall.

The Rating: Fried Ravioli


Okay, so the Fry Guy appetizer was fine, but a little disappointing.

Next stop is the wings.

We got both buffalo and Mango Habanero.

Traditional Buffalo wings

These were super light on the sauce.

The flavor is a little bit powdery with no depth of flavor outside of heat.

Overall a pass

The Rating: Traditional Buffalo Wings


Mango habanero wings
Best thing we ate here.

These wings have a decent spice with a nice sweetness.

They blend very well.

A nice char from grilling provides some more flavor yet the wings stay tender.


The Rating: Mango Habanero wings



Now for the main attraction.

You can sort of see the ‘Wooster style’ with an ultra thin crust.

The red peppers are a disappointment, tasting almost like straight out of the jar at the last minute.

There isn’t a lot of sauce or cheese, which keeps it crisp.

Good, but nothing great.

The Rating: Pizza


Randy’s Wooster Street Pizza

Address: 1000 Tolland Turnpike, Manchester, CT 06042
Hours: Sunday 12pm to 9pm
Monday 11am to 11pm
Tuesday through Thursday 11am to 10pm
Friday 11am to 11pm
Saturday 11:30am to 11pm