Q: Is New England pizza Greek?
A: New England-style pizza does not stem from Greek cuisine. However, it’s often called Greek-style pizza as a callback to the Greek-owned House of Pizza chain that popularized the style.
Q: Do New England-style pizzas have Greek ingredients?
A: Some New England-style pizzas feature Greek-inspired toppings, including artichoke hearts, feta cheese, and kalamata olives. However, local shops serving New England-style pizza offer a wide variety of toppings and flavors that are not tied to Greece’s storied cuisine. That means you can order a New England-style pizza on the Slice app with sausage, pepperoni, ham, spinach, onions, or even pineapple, depending on what you're craving.
Q: Where can I get a New England-style pizza near me?
A: New England-style pizza is especially popular in Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island, but there are local shops outside of the region that offer the doughy goodness you’re seeking. Download the Slice app to find pizzerias near you that offer New England-style/Greek-style pizza, plus thousands of other exceptional pies.