Updated on June 6, 2017
Every town has its pizzeria.The one place that’s always been there, a part of the town’s fabric. A place known as much for its slice of pie as for its people. Often a hangout for teens, local sports teams, it hosts birthday parties for kids and has ample seating. It’s one of those places where you can relax by the window with a pint and watch the town go about its business.
For Connecticut’s Bethel, that place is Famous Pizza, owned and operated by the Anastasakis family. Their dough is homemade, and if you ask them, they will make it egg-free or gluten-free as needed. No matter what the toppings are, their pies are always delicious. We order our usual one with sausages, roasted red pepper and onions. And can’t say that we were ever disappointed.
I know we all want to stand by our local businesses, but isn’t it wonderful when they serve good stuff and make it that much easier to support?
If you find yourself in the neighborhood (it’s close to route 53), drop by for a slice.
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