We are a young, energized local pizzeria, that is always striving to excite your eyes and taste buds. The unique style of pizza that we create here on a daily basis will leave children and adults amazed. We are constantly creating new pizza's and flavor combination's to keep our customers as excited as we are.
Mangia! serves a vast menu of Italian classics including pizza, pasta, seafood, and veal dishes. Pair a glass of red vino ($4.75–$5) with a cup of italian wedding soup ($2.99), then conclude appetite consummation with a plate full of pillowy gnocchi ($11.99) under a warm alfredo-sauce blanket. A selection of seafood specialties arrives in nests of your favorite noodle, such as penne paired with salmon ($15.99). The White Delight pizza ($13.99 for 16"), allows guests to plunge fangs into a brick-oven-baked pie cloaked in chopped garlic, olive oil, mozzarella, broccoli, spinach, and tomato, a tastier way to repel smitten vampires than pelting them with veal steaks (the veal marsala is $15.49). After entrees disappear, silence your body's last remaining craving with a creamy homemade cannoli ($2.99).
At Malucci's Brick Oven Pizza the chefs at each bake their namesake food to the proper melty, crispy state alongside other Italian dishes. They cover their specialty pizzas in toppings such as buffalo chicken cheesesteak, broccoli ranch, or taco: a loaded concoction of steak, blue cheese, cheddar, and hot sauce. Malucci's staff also toasts calzones and sandwiches such as a sub with sweet sausage, grilled broccoli rabe, and provolone. The cooks cover their chicken wings with hot honey, garlic, or Caribbean jerk sauces, ensuring that their wings are never as bland as a report on the optimal width of parking lot paint lines.
At Valley Forge Trattoria, chefs prepare pizza, pasta, and other Italian favorites as diners look into the open-kitchen setting and sip on BYOB wine. The trattoria also includes an elegant, welcoming lounge where guests can relax as they eat and drink by the fireplace or in cozy nooks. A coffee bar with complimentary WiFi is nestled in the eatery, making for a great excuse to have coffee and dessert any time.
Like their recipes, the Mannino family comes from Sicily. At Italiano Delite, they and their chefs keep up the rich tradition of genuine Sicilian fare through a rustic menu filled with the likes of pasta and meatballs, baked lasagna, and penne alla vodka, as well as gluten-free and low-carb options. Their 30 specialty pizzas such as the Philly cheesesteak add greater variety to family-style eating, while their midday buffets please both belly and eye with a feast-worthy spread of hot and cold appetizers, pastas, entrees, and salads.
The kitchen at Ecco Domani Italian Restaurant is a bustling and colorful place where flames dance up from fiery brick ovens and saucepans simmer with carefully calibrated sauces. Expert chefs prepare veal, chicken, and seafood dishes served with penne, linguini, and angel hair pasta. Crunchy sandwich rolls are layered with meatballs, sausage, and cheesy steak, and the ovens bake up hearty calzones and pizzas. To whip up their specialty chicken sorrentino, chefs egg-batter tender chicken and sauté in a white-wine sauce before topping with sliced ham, eggplant, tomatoes, mushrooms, and fresh mozzarella. There’s also a special menu of kid-friendly dishes, such as chicken fingers and pizzas with theme-park passes baked right into the crust. The restaurant’s sunny dining room is decorated with vivid paintings of rustic Italian landscapes.