Mystic Pizza Favors Hometown Over
The result is a local hangout that you are probably familiar with in your own hometown -- booths, tables, friendly local wait staff, colored lights for ambiance, locals conversing, and late hours. What makes Mystic Pizza a notch above many other hometown restaurants, however, has nothing to do with its notoriety but more with the way they make a pizza. Fresh ingredients -- including tomato, cheese and toppings -- combine to result in a light crust, cheesey Italian-style pizza that is virtually second to none in our pizza-tasting travel experiences. Mystic Pizza is also consistently good -- something that we don't find everywhere as sometimes one wonders if the pizza consumed the last time had any relation to the pizza made before at a given location.
Mystic Pizza also serves homemade soups, Italian dinners, fresh seafood, sandwiches and appetizers We're confident that they are all fine; it's just when in Rome -- or, rather, Mystic... do as the Mystic people do!
Some people we've met feel that Mystic Pizza is a tourist trap. We think that Mystic Pizza attracts tourists, but is not a tourist trap. Sure, they do sell t-shirts and feature movie stills on the restaurant walls but take that away and this restaurant is, ultimately, committed to making a darn good pizza!Mystic Pizza
56 West Main St.
Tel. (860) 536-3700
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