I currently live in Keene, NH. I grew up in NJ where every pizzeria would take pride in making their own dough, sauce and use fresh ingredients and toppings. Nothing beats a home made pie. I've lived in NH for 6 years and nothing came close to a good old hand tossed NY style pie until I accidently pulled into the Plaza where Anthony's is located. I grabbed a couple slices and was blown away. It brought me back to NJ instantly. In 6 years, I have tried pies from dozens of local Pizzerias around the state. Nothing compares to Anthony's. I only wish they were located closer to where I live. When I work close to Wolfeboro, I call the wife to let her know I'm bringing home a couple pies for dinner. Anthony's does a half bake where they half cook the pie and I finish it off when I get home since I'm over 2hrs away. It comes out perfect every time. I'm not knocking other local Pizzerias, but when you use pre-made dough and sauce, a true pizza condesour knows the difference.
It's a shame and a disappointment to read a couple of the negative reviews. Realizing where the people writing the reviews were located, out of town, we all know they don't know a good pie if it was dropped on their heads. It's too thin? Are you serious? That's the guy who thinks DiGiorno is their local pizzeria because it was in the freezer section at the grocery store in town.
I also had their lasagna last time I stopped by for lunch. Amazing! Their menu options are fantastic. If Anthony's were in Keene, I'd be proud to call it not only the best Pizza in town, but the best Italian Restaurant too. That's what is undervalued at Anthony's. Their Italian pasta dishes. Looking forward to my next business trip to Wolfeboro to try their Sicilian!