Specialty gourmet pizzas are broken down into three basic categories on Peace a Pizza's menu?chicken, meat, and vegetarian. But a closer look reveals that each gourmet pie is anything but basic. For instance, the spicy chicken pizza is piled with spicy chicken, pico de gallo, red sauce, and mozzarella. Vegetarians aren't reduced to mere cheese slices, either: vegetarian offerings include a bruschetta pie, a Mediterranean-style pizza piled with veggies and cheese (including kalamata olives, feta, and artichokes), plus mac-and-cheese and baked ziti pizzas to boot.
Although pizza reigns supreme at Peace a Pizza's eight different locations, the menu also includes garlic breadsticks and wheat sticks to kick off meals, along with eight specialty salads, including a pear and gorgonzola, santa fe chicken, and classic caesar salad. If both pizza and salad are calling your name, or just humming softly to your stomach, no problem?the Groovy 2 Combo includes any slice and a small salad.
Alfredo Giannaccari learned how to carefully craft house-made breads and sausages in the familiar confines of his uncle's bakery and his father's butcher shop. Calling upon these lessons, Alfred shares his knowledge daily as owner of Alfredo's Italian Pizza Kitchen, the home to traditional Italian pastas and American-inspired additions. His chefs output a variety of delicate dishes such as linguine, rigatoni, and manicotti cooked with house-made shells tossed with vegetable or rich cream sauces. They also build heaping and hearty sandwiches on sturdy torpedo rolls as well as thin-crusted or sicilian pizzas that are best enjoyed either warm or with an unselfish imaginary friend.
Discovered in 1953, pizza is the only food to have been eaten on the moon, blessed by a pope, and endorsed by Olympic marathoner Gezahegne Abera—the "triple crown" of food honors. With today's Groupon, $10 gets you $20 worth of food and drink at Tommy’s Original Pizza, the pie-slinging eatery with locations in West Chester and Edgemont.
The pizza-makers at Saucey so pride their process that they couldn't help but document each of its stages in a comprehensive slide-show. It begins with hand-spun dough, upon which cooks sprinkle customizable combos from more than 10 toppings, including bacon and sweet peppers. More creative ingredients crown specialty pies, from chicken coated in honey mustard to cheesesteak fixings. Speaking of classic cheesesteak—they also make a buffalo chicken version, which partly comprises Saucey's selection of delectable hoagies that, much like an edible convertible, can be ordered as a wrap. Saucey also showcases other pizzeria treats, such as pepperoni-stuffed strombolis and fries smothered in housemade American cheese sauce.
From buffalo wings slathered in hot sauce to pizzas oozing with melted cheese, the chefs at Pat's Pizza Family Restaurant concoct tasty Italian-inspired creations for dine-in or catering. The family-friendly menu incorporates a kids' menu along with a variety of hot subs, pasta, salads, and other palate-pleasing options to tempt even the pickiest of taste buds. The eatery also leverages its presence in the community to bolster local organizations, athletics teams, and schools—the academic ones, not the underwater ones.