The beach’s best pizza. Crispy crust, tasty sauce, great cheese, no flop
trevor.hunt8/20/19, 11:08 p.m.
Well I’m typically a christys guy over Tripoli’s but after having the Salisbury location side by side I’ll say I understand why some people rate Tripoli’s better. The slice was still good. Tasted a bit well done. The Hampton beach location is far better.
tpm125/19/19, 3:20 p.m.
Great beach pizza. Usually get Tripoli’s, but this is a little better! Crispy with less sweet sauce, and better cheese.
crystal_light_vigil8/29/18, 10:29 a.m.
Beach Pizza is a Masschusetts delicacy on par with the lobster roll or the cream pie. It’s a very specific take on pizza and some (idiots) might not consider this pizza. But whatever you consider it, it’s hard not to consider it delicious. Served as a square slice, cooked with very little cheese (initially), and an incredibly sweet sauce. If you’re smart, you’re asking for edges or corners. Extra cheese— which consists of a single slice of provolone, melted atop the square—is essential. If you bother with toppings here, you’re an amateur. THIS PIZZA HAS TO BE EATEN HOT, AT THE LOCATION. The time in which this slice goes from incredible to inedible has to be a record. It’s probably about 8 minutes. If you try to drive home with this pie, you’re gonna have a bad time. This place is excellent, but again, it’s a specific take on pizza and it might not be for you. I would be remiss to not touch on the rivalry between Cristy’s and their inferior neighbor, Tripoli. I’ll just put it this way: there’s a reason Tripoli advertises their Cannoli as much as their pizza—they know it can’t compete slice against slice. Cristy’s Forever.