If you're a person who doesn't like deep dish, you'll definitely enjoy Sals. The pizza here comes in massive portions, with thin flavorful crust and lots of sauce and cheese. It's a Hampton Beach staple, and a favorite of locals.
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My daughter and I were traveling on Rt. 95 and were stuck in traffic, so we decided to get off and find a bite to eat. We came across this pizza place and were so happy that we did. We ordered a tomato caprese pizza...More
Order a mushroom, pepperoni, green pepper pizza that was terrible. The only topping that was actually cooked into the pizza was the mushrooms. The green peppers (raw) were just thrown on the top along with slices of pepperoni. I had to pick my peppers off...More
Sal's Just Pizza in the Market Basket Seabrook Southgate Plaza on US Rte 1 in Seabrook, NH is but one of a growing chain of Sal's' in New England. Far from being a 'franchise' pizza though, Sal's is a s close as one can come...More
pizzq was great very warm and ready to serve on order also came with soda Sals was one of the best on the boardwalk
Reasonably priced for a full pizza but no thin crust available and fairly long wait to get pizza. No Pappa John's in town.
I am glad the choice I made was Sal's. I am up here visiting the area and was in the mood for pizza. Very delicious. Everyone likes something different about their pizza some like it thin, thick, square, deep dish, just about any way you...More
The pizza's are huge,good crust and wide variety of toppings. I like the garlic and onion myself but we haven't had a bad one. The calzones are awesome also. Sal's pizza is good food
The prices increased this year by at least two dollars and if you order a topping, forget about it ($5.99 per topping?!). The slices are smaller and for many of the staff, English is their second language and almost appeared annoyed if you aren't being...More