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Spring Street Pizza
Cuisines: Pizza
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Reviewed July 29, 2013

It's a standard pizza joint, but still an important element of the Williamstown culinary ecosystem. On the downside, the cheese pizza tends to be pretty greasy. A plus is their daily "special" pizza, which is usually interesting and novel.

Thank Ken K
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Reviewed April 24, 2013

We love stopping at Spring Street Pizza for lunch in Williamstown, as their build-your-own calzones are terrific; large portions and fresh ingredients. Nice ambience in the sitting area too!

Thank shartwell
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Reviewed February 16, 2013

In addition to excellent pizza , rivaling our childhood favorites back on Long Island where the large Italian population demands the real deal, the salads are big and fresh. So you can stick to your diet or happily make a pig of yourself.
If you're in a rush to get to a movie across the street or heading to a play at the college just a few minute's walk away, this is a great fast place to quell the tummy grumbles.

Thank Helene A
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Reviewed November 16, 2012

This is my favorite lunch time spot in Williamstown. Located right next to the Purple Pub. I grew up near NYC so I'm somewhat of a pizza snob but their pizza passes the test. Nice thin crust, cooked in a real pizza over just the right amount of sauce and cheese. Also a great deal, 2 slices (pepperoni or cheese) & a fountain soda for $5 total (includes tax!). Daily special slices are just 50 cents more each. I prefer to slather the slices with their hot sauce and garlic powder though they have a number of other spices available to adjust your pizza as needed, though really it's quite good as is.

Their full pies are great too though start to get a bit more pricey for the ones with lots of toppings, though I'd argue well worth it. They offer soups and cakes too though to be honest I haven't tried them.

There are other pizza places in Williamstown but for me, the aforementioned pizza snob, this place is my favorite.

I recommend getting there before 12 or after 1 on weekdays since there tends to be a Williams College student rush around noon, though even then wait really isn't too long and there is almost always a seat available or about to open up.

They don't have a website but instead just use Facebook to post updates to their hours etc. Their menu is in the photo section of their facebook page.

As of late October their winter hours kicked in and they are only open for lunch (11:30 - 2:30) on Thursday through Sunday and they are still open every evening from 5:00pm - 8:00pm.

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Thank mattbaya
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