About this Business
From Our Editors
Southborough House of Pizza's original 1974 location was teeny tiny. With one table and six stools at the counter, only 10 customers could comfortably fit inside at a time. But people were so crazy for their pizzas that in 1984, the restaurant moved to its current home, a renovated town fire station. Now there's plenty of room for the pizzeria's faithful customers, who come for the inventive specialty pizzas such as the Cheeseburger topped with pickles, ketchup, and mustard. Another favorite is the Garlic Infusion, with just enough garlic flavor to balance its ripe tomatoes and olives. Diners can also stuff themselves with other Italian-inspired delights, such as hefty grinders on french bread and hearty pasta dishes that will make your fork question whether it's good enough for the job.