New Haven, Connecticut refers to itself as “lively, vibrant, enlightening, even delicious.” The city is home to Yale University and features breathtaking architecture, world-class museums, theaters, town greens and immaculate bookstores. In addition to these recreational activities, the city also offers sandy beaches, orchard, nature preserves and beautiful waterfront areas. The city also claims to be an exciting eating destination for a wide variety of cuisines, and charter bus visitors are sure to find a variety of delicious pizza restaurants right within the city. Travel to Connecticut in a bus, coach bus, party bus, mini bus, passenger coach or school bus chartered from Bus Charter Connecticut and discover some of the best pizza restaurants in the state.
Frank Pepe Pizzeria Napoletana in New Haven draws upon the culinary tactics of its original owner. Frank Pepe opened his pizzeria in 1925 with a coal-burning oven; he knew that only a coal fire would give his pizzas the crispy, chewy crust he desired. When the New Haven pizzeria was opened, the original brick oven was recreated to the last detail. The pizzeria menu remains simple, offering only one item: the original tomato pie. Connecticut charter bus diners can select from a variety of ingredients to add to their pizza pie. Ingredients include mozzarella, sausage, salami, pepperoni, chicken, spinach, broccoli, mushroom, peppers, onions, anchovies, bacon, shrimp and clams. The pizza pies come in small, medium and large sizes.
For a slightly more upscale pizza restaurant, charter bus visitors can dine at the Wall Street Pizza & Restaurant. The restaurant is located in the heart of the Yale University campus and is frequently visited by university students and faculty. In fact, the dining room tables and walls still display the names of alumni carved into the wood. The pizza menu is extensive and features a variety of specialty pizzas. The pizzeria is known for its thin and crispy pizza crusts and diners can choose traditional or whole wheat dough. In addition to traditional pizza toppings, diners can also add eggplant, prosciutto, corn, shrimp, clams, steak and scallops to their pizza. In addition to the pizza, the restaurant also serves pasta dishes, sub sandwiches, salads, hamburgers and wraps.
Established in 1938, Sally’s Apizza is known to charter bus visitors for its traditional thin-crust pizzas. The pizza restaurant has been using the same coal-fired oven since its opening, and the restaurant is one of “the oldest family run pizzerias in the Northeast.” The pizzeria walls are lined with pictures and memorabilia from various celebrities, including Frank Sinatra, Don Rickles and Bill Clinton. Sally’s Apizza also follows pizzeria tradition by only offering pizza, soda and beer. At Sally’s, the pizzas do not come with mozzarella, so it must be specifically ordered for it to appear on the pie. Other pizza toppings include anchovies, bacon, sausage, tuna fish, onion, mushrooms, peppers, claims, pepperoni, tomato, hot cherry peppers and olives. The restaurant also offers its specialty “potato pie,” which features crust, no tomato sauce, thinly sliced potatoes and rosemary.
A visit to New Haven with a charter bus from Bus Charter Connecticut is sure to turn up some dining delights. Get Bus Charter Connecticut to help you organize your charter bus trip for a memorable journey through Connecticut.