Find out what Pizza restaurants to try in Hanover. Hanover is a town in Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 13,879 at the 2010 census.
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4 based on 11 reviews
Themis Pizza & Subs provides specialty pizzas, subs, and wings at their restaurant in the Rockland, Massachusetts area.
I have never had a better chicken ,ziti & broccoli. Just make sure you ask for extra chicken & broccoli. Even if you have to pay for it, it is worth it.
4 based on 35 reviews
We go here all the time. Great salad, pizza, turkey tips and steak tips are spectacular. Its a bar with seating for dining, watching sports, etc, the waitresses here are always awesome too. Fair prices as well. Always busy here too. All in all...great place.
Founded in 1961 by the Valerio family in East Boston, Papa Gino's has been serving the same thin-crust Italian-style pizza and supporting local New England communities for over half a century. With dough made fresh daily in Walpole MA from just five simpl
Look a mass chain pizza place is a mass chain pizza place, why rate it? Well, this one in Hanover just really impressed me with the service and the extra mile that the restaurant manager went to make sure we had an enjoyable experience. I also won at the claw game and the food was good.
I happened upon this place by accident. Got a slice of Sicilian pizza, wow was I impressed. Pizza was perfectly cooked and the flavor was incredible. I actually had to wait about 5 or so minutes, definitely worth the wait. Subs and pizza, eat in, or to go. place was clean and staff was friendly. I will definitely go back to Rocco's. If you are in the area this is a must check out, you will be impressed.
3 based on 22 reviews
We tried out this place on the way home from a brewery and weren't disappointed. We've been looking for a Greek pizza place for a few years now that's close to home. The pizza was yummy-had the Hawaiian. Fast and friendly service. We'll be back for sure.
3 based on 18 reviews
This place used to be a fine local place to grab a pizza or sub. Just so we are clear, this sort of business consists of:1) Taking customer food orders2) Filling them accurately3) Getting paid.Sadly, it is #2 above where this place has only recently (they had been very good until recently) become entirely incompetent. My recent order for a large meatball sub was somehow translated to a small chicken parm sub. When I called them about it, I was told "Yeah, we have your meatball sub right here". I would have expected them to either deliver it at no charge, since the error was entirely theirs, or at very least to offer a credit against a future order. Neither one actually happened.BOTTOM LINE: There are other places which actually operate on a customer-friendly and more-or-less competent basis. This is NOT one of them. AVOID THIS ONE!
4 based on 13 reviews
For the tastiest pizza around, we always head to The Old Railroad Cafe. Their pizza is always delicious, and the price is reasonable. We especially love the pizza sauce that they use. Our favorite is the cheese pizza. The staff is always friendly. We have been going there for years and usually call in our order. It is always ready when we arrive to pick it up. The pizza also freezes well.
4 based on 161 reviews
As an elder I look forward to times we are able to go out for dinner with good friends. The money seemed pricey for the amount of food but the presentations looked lovely. I ordered a cup of soup to start. When the soup came there appeared to be hardly any in the bowl, maybe a few tablespoons. I mentioned this to our server who brought it back to the kitchen. A moment later a woman returned to the table with two bowls who scolded me telling me the serving size I was served was appropriate and âdid I want it or notâ. I was horrified at the way this women, who come to find out was one of the owners had spoken to me, as was the rest of the party I was with. We then proceeded to overhear her as she walked by our table several times that we were a â very difficult tableâ. She also stated to me as I was talking with the hostessâYou are a difficult customer and I donât want people like you in my restaurant âI let her know I was going to write an online review of my experience when she stated She didnât care because everyone at this places loves her.I would have been more than happy with a larger serving of soup. Iâm horrified at how she escalated this, the scene that was made, and shared in the embarrassment her employees also obviously endured. I will be taking my business elsewhere.
4 based on 32 reviews
Kitchen closes at 9pm from Sunday to Thursday, and 10pm on Friday and Saturday. Pizza closes at 10pm from Sunday to Thursday, and 11pm on Friday and Saturday.
Went for dinner last night. Was pleasantly surprised. Being Italian and cooking Italian regularly, I am a critic of other Italian cooks, especially their pasta sauce. It was excellent there. I had chicken piccata and was thrilled to finally find a place who prepared it exactly how I like it, light lemon butter sauce with a modest amount of capers. Was served over linguini done al dente. We had tiramisu for dessert, also very good ( but not as good as mine!) The place was small, only 30 seats, but heard they do great take out business. Will return for sure. They also serve lunch and pizza and have daily specials,
4 based on 247 reviews
Well, disappointed with our visit to Alumni. Kids burgers were nicknamed "hockey pucks", meatless burger was not good, steak tips were so tough and soup (chicken wild rice) was not good. We all left food. The owner was there and I should of said something. My mistake
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