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Best Pizza On The South Shore & On Cape Cod

April 10, 2013 6:00 AM

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(Photo Credit: Denly Gardens)

(Photo Credit: Denly Gardens)

When you live outside the city, you’re not going to trek all they way in just for a good slice of pizza – especially when many area bars and restaurants serve up slices that are equally delicious. Whether you like cheap beer and a slice in a dive bar or a more gourmet pie in a modern setting, the following spots are loved by locals and visitors alike for having the perfect dough, sauce and cheese on their house-made pizza.
File Image (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

File Image (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)


Poopsie’s

243 Church St.
Pembroke, MA 02359
(781) 826-5282

Poopsie’s is a perfect place for memorable pub pizza. Have a Greek salad to start and one of the locale’s cheap beers to go with the affordable pizza selections. Featuring chewy-on-the-inside-yet-crispy-on-the-outside crust, piled with sweet tomato sauce and just the right amount of cheese and toppings, there’s a greasy sheen you can’t help but love. It’s a local restaurant and bar you can count on for quality pizza and cheap beers.

(Photo Credit: Denly Gardens)

(Photo Credit: Denly Gardens)

Denly Gardens
25 Lake St.
Weymouth, MA 02189
(781) 335-9882
www.denlygardens.com

Denly Gardens has served the South Shore delicious pizza for over 80 years. Beyond pizza, it has plenty of appetizers including antipasto, wings and salads. Plus, they make great sandwiches, pasta and plenty of other entrees. But it is the pizza that keeps guests coming back time and time again. A winning combination any day of the week with one of the many styles of beer, there are specialty options such as the white pizza or Hawaiian, but then you can create your own too. From mushrooms to meatballs, Denly offers all your favorites. And for dessert, try their homemade cannoli or one of the dessert specials will end the meal on a sweet note.


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(Photo Credit: Satuit Tavern)

(Photo Credit: Satuit Tavern)

Satuit Tavern
39 Jericho Road
Scituate, MA 02066
(781) 545-2500
www.satuittavern.com

Satuit Tavern serves local favorites like fried fish platters, chowder or lobster rolls. But it also makes a mean pizza. Available for takeout or eating in, the pizza dough used here is made fresh every few hours. Guests feast on fresh out-of-the-oven pizza with toppings like salami, linguica, hamburger, olives or even jalapenos or BBQ chicken, all for under $10.

(Photo Credit: Barbone/Facebook)

(Photo Credit: Barbone/Facebook)

Pizza Barbone
390 Main St.
Hyannis, MA 02601
(508) 957-2377
www.pizzabarbone.com

Fairly new on the restaurant scene is Pizza Barbone in Hyannis. What began with a mobile oven at local events blossomed into a brick-and-mortar business for chef and owner Jason O’Toole. Locals love the authentic wood-fire Neapolitan pizzas from this Culinary Institute of America alum. Gourmet specialty selections include the pistachio pesto pizza for $14, with fresh mozzarella, baby arugula, lemon and shaved Parmigiano or the forest mushroom pizza, also $14, with garlic cream, rosemary, smoked mozzarella and truffle oil.

(photo credit: Thinkstock)

(photo credit: Thinkstock)


Lynwood Cafe

320 Center St.
Randolph, MA 02368
(781) 963-9894
www.facebook.com/Lynwood-Cafe

Lynwood in Randolph offers quality bar-style pizza in a low-key and no-frills dive bar setting. Always a lively spot to visit, there are a wide range of toppings to pick from to customize the perfect 10-inch pie. Head here for the baked bean special, where the cafe features salami, onions and the infamous Boston baked beans on the pizza. There are even arcade games and plenty of beers available to pass the time, but the star of the show is the pizza.


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Michelle Levine is a creative energetic, young professional that is passionate about everything Boston has to offer. She loves to attend local events, dine out, and cook and wants to share her findings with you. Her work can be found on Examiner.com.

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