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When Pigs Fly Restaurant & Pizzeria

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Wood-fired pizzas, an exciting and innovative tap list, and draft wines -- that's what happens When Pigs Fly!
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Charleen
Charleen
July 30, 2019
Come for the bread (and take some home with you-- you can sample all of their breads in the shop), stay for an amazing pizza and a flight of beer.
Connie And Mark
Connie And Mark
June 20, 2018
Real good wood-fired pizza and creative appetizers and entrees. Gets busy. Go early or late.
Mark
Mark
April 19, 2019
This is both a cool restaurant with a great atmosphere where you can get homemade pizza and, next door, an outstanding bread, and pastry shop. Seriously, get their bread - you won't regret it.
Justin & Kim
Justin & Kim
February 12, 2019
It's close by and the wood fired pizza is great. Try some Mike's Hot Honey on the pizze, its delicious!
Traci
Traci
July 15, 2018
An impressive draft beer list and pizza baked in a wood-fired oven.

Heimafólk mælir einnig með

Point of Interest
“A short footbridge (that wiggles) which is part of a path leading to the Harbor or into some nice short walking trails, depending on which way you’re headed. ”
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Beach
“This is "the beach". There is metered parking which is meticulously monitored by York's finest. ;) There are restaurants and shops along the beach. ”
  • 10 íbúar mæla með
Bakarí
“healthy, or not, your choice! best baked items, salads and sandwiches around. not a lot of seating inside, nice outdoor tables”
  • 29 íbúar mæla með
Almenningsgarður
“Fort McClary is named after New Hampshire native Major Andrew McClary who died in the Battle of Bunker Hill during the Revolutionary War. For more than 275 years, Fort McClary stood to protect the approaches to the Piscataqua River at the southern gateway to Kittery, Maine. The Fort stands today as one of Maine's most important historic forts that preserves evidence of military history and the changes that took place in military architecture and technology. Visitors of Fort McClary are welcome to wander about the various structures seated high above the Piscataqua River. In particular, the hexagonal Blockhouse and caponier offer spectacular views of Portsmouth Harbor Light and Pepperell Cove. A 0.3 mile walking trail offers a bird's-eye view of the Magazine and a wooded passage to Fort McClary's picnic and playground facility across Route 103. The trail proceeds on to provide a relaxing stroll along the tidal waters of Barters Creek.”
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Veitingahús
“I don't really ever recommend people come to the coast of Maine and shop at the Kittery Outlets. But you do you. However, there is one compelling reason to visit that part of town and its to visit Bobs. A true Maine institution...all the seafood you could want, cooked well and owned by a true pillar of our community. Happy staff, clean dining areas. Clams two ways; you'll have to go to find out more. ”
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Staðsetning
460 US Route 1
Kittery, Maine 03904
Sími+1 207-438-7036
Staða opnunartímaOpið · Lokar 8:30 PM
Bókanir
Nei
Kreditkort
Sæti utandyra
Þráðlaust net
Matseðlar
Árdegisverður, hádegisverður, kvöldverður, ánægjustund
Drykkir
Beer, vín, heill bar, kokkteilar
Mögulegir staðir til að borða
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