Find out what Pizza restaurants to try in Dover. Dover is a town in Windham County, Vermont, United States. The population was 1,410 at the 2000 census. It is famed for being the location of the Mount Snow ski area.
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4 based on 107 reviews
Fat, Gooey Crust has replaced years of classic thin New York style pizza. Gone too are fountain drinks featuring fill refills. In house seating has been restricted by the addition of an in-house bakery. A disappointment.
5 based on 70 reviews
Several locals had shared the name of this place with us so my husband and I decided to take the 25 minute ride to check it out. Weâre both so glad we did. We loved everything we ate (foccacia and jalapeÃ±o popper appetizers, scallops and pork tenderloin entrees) and also loved the local brews available. The charm of the space is evident from the moment you walk inside. We were greeted by owner Laurie who also waited on us. Sheâs lovely and so easy to talk with. She easily shared history of the building and decor with us, making us fall in love with the uniqueness even more. Several members of the staff stopped by our table to both deliver and help clear dishes out of our way. Everyone was quite attentive and friendly. I could continue on about the place but I honestly donât want to sell everyone too hard on it. Itâs like a best kept secret! Weâll be going back for sure.
4 based on 36 reviews
Awesome place - something for everyone as long as you're looking for something that isn't too fancy. The rolling pin bowling is unusual and fun. The arcade isn't overpriced. The bar is ridiculously corny and fun. The employees seem like they have all worked there a while and they are great and welcoming, even for visitors like us. The pizza is the best we've had in the area. The covered mini golf course is good for a hot or rainy day. In addition to pizza they have mexican food. Prices are reasonable fpr the area. They deliver too if you live or are staying nearby, but when it is busy it seems like they don't pick up the phone.
4 based on 33 reviews
We ordered some takeout pies here while in town for a function. Iâm always Worried about getting pizza outside the Philly-NYC corridor due to the lack of authentic NYC or Italian Pizza. While this pizza was decent and we couldnât complain really it was definitely not âauthenticâ personally cooked pizza. They use a conveyor oven which automatically makes it feel like a Papa Johns to me. Mind you, this is better than PJ. If youâre a Philly-NYC area resident you should know this going in. You wonât be disappointed as long as you donât expect pizza from home. We would get pizza again from here if in town. There arenât many other games in town.
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