Which is your favorite pizzeria?

Which pizza place in Hollis or Brookline tops your list?

As part of a Cabinet Press contest, The Hollis Brookline Journal is asking readers to vote for their favorite restaurant, considering only independents, no chains. And your vote will count.

Entries must be received by Monday, Jan. 23.

We’ve promised the contenders that the winner will be featured in a story in the Hollis Brookline Journal.

So pick up the phone, call in an order, and taste your way to a delicious decision, which you can e-mail to Hollis Brookline Journal editor Susan Clark at sclark@nashuatelegraph.com, or mail to Susan Clark, Hollis Brookline Journal, 17 Executive Drive, Hudson, NH 03051.

Here are the candidates:

Hollis

Pizzeria Zacharia

Location: 85 Runnells Bridge Road.

Owner: Zack Khater.

Contact: 881-5431.

History: Opened in 1997, specializes in Greek-style pan pizza.

Pricing: Large pizzas, $16 to $18; small $7 to $11.

Specialty pie: Meat pizza. It has nine toppings, including hamburger, pepperoni, sausage, salami, ham, mushrooms, peppers, onions, and black olives.

Monument Square Market

Location: 4 Monument Square.

Owners: Peter and Martha Tripaldi and son Mike.

Contact: 465-7111.

History: Opened in 2002 in the center of town, specializes in Italian-style, thin crust pizza.

Pricing: $9 to $17.50, small and large sizes.

Specialty: Mediterranean. Toppings include eggplant, artichokes, black olives, tomato chunks, and cheese on a thin, Italian-style crust.

Brookline

Chrysanthi’s

Location: 204 Route 13.

Owner: Spiros Gerekos.

Contact: 672-0303.

History: Opened in 2005, specializes in Greek-style pan pizza.

Pricing: $6.25 to $16.25, small and large sizes.

Specialty: Mediterranean. Topped with fresh spinach, feta, garlic, tomatoes, black olives and cheese.

Both towns

Val’s

Location: 75 Route 13, Brookline and 22 Ash St., Hollis.

Owner: Scott Lee.

Contact: 672-9600 in Brookline; 465-7200 in Hollis.

History: Opened in 2004, specializes in Italian-style, thin crust pizza.

Pricing: $9 to $17, small and medium sizes.

Specialty: Steak bomb pizza with green peppers, onion, mushrooms, salami, steak, and cheese on top.