$10 for $20 Worth of Pizzeria Food and Drinks
The menu features an 18-inch meat lovers’ pizza ($17.75), a philly cheesesteak sandwich ($7.49), half-pound burgers ($6.99), housemade cheese lasagna ($6.99), and whole calzones or strombolis ($12.99).
Founded in 1994, Westshore Pizza has upheld a steadfast commitment to using fresh dough and regionally sourced ingredients. To make each signature pie—described as New York–style "with a Philly twist"—chefs top crusts with locally grown tomatoes and hand-grated cheeses.
Traditional pizzas, such as the meat-lovers pie, sit side by side with the Philly deluxe and white spinach-ricotta pizzas. The company stays true to its Philly-based credo by stocking more than 50 Philly-style menu items, and serving up hot cheesesteaks on freshly baked rolls, fattened with all the proper fixings, and finished off with a thumbs-up quality-assurance test from the Rocky statue. Cooks also craft homemade Italian pasta dinners and salads. A laundry list of burgers, wings, and calzones fills out the extensive menu.