Located right on the waterfront with tables both inside and outside at Hampton Beach (a rarity), but that is where all the ambiance ends for this so-called "restaurant". The tables are covered in grease and for our entire 45 minute stay, not once were the ever cleaned, or even wiped down, by any of the staff. We ordered 3 pieces of pizza and some mozzarella sticks. The girl who took our order grabbed our 3 slices from inside a glass case with a heat lamp warming the individual pizza inside of it; despite our reluctance, she assured us the pizza was fresh and had just come out of the oven. As soon as I picked up my slice, I observed that it was at best lukewarm, and had been sitting inside the case so long that the bread was actually soggy. We asked for fresh slices but they refused to give them to us. Aside from the lukewarm, wet pizza that tasted like cardboard topped with plastic, it took the kitchen staff (2 teenagers in shorts, tank tops and flip flops) 30 minutes to bring us our order of mozzarella sticks. One more thing, there is no dress code enforced at the "restaurant" (it barely manages to meet the basic requirements for that word) so if you enjoy eating next to shirtless, shoeless knuckle-draggers that smell like suntan lotion and body odor after a day at the beach, this is the place for you. I wouldn't wish this dive on my worst enemy. Walk a quarter mile down the beach to Sal's Pizza, instead. No place to sit and eat, unfortunately, but the place is clean, the pizza is fresh and hot, and the cooks are genuinely friendly.
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