Whether you like thin crust, Sicilian or New York style, everyone has a favorite place to order pizza.
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Here we share some favorite pizza places around the Harrisburg area. We realize this is a short list – there are a lot of places serving pizza. So please feel free to share your favorites in the comments section.
Knead joined the bustling market food scene one year ago. The stand is owned by Terence Hanley and Jennie O'Neill, two Harrisburg residents, who decided to take their passion for pizza to the next level.
From a corner gas-powered hearth oven they bake 12-inch pizzas including The Butcher, a combination of pepperoni, sausage, ham; Funghi Town with a medley of mushrooms, roasted garlic sauce and basil; and the Spicy Kahuna with ham, pickled pineapples and jalapenos.
lisbdnet.com restaurant critic Mimi Brodeur called Knead “clean, fresh tasting herbs and locally sourced ingredients stand out atop these 12-inch made to order hearth baked pizzas … Italian double zero flour is the key to super tender pizza crusts.”
Since opening in 2017, Vito's Italian Ristorante has won over fans for its pizza and Italian American favorites. Owners Vito and Giusy Serradella arrived in the United States from Palermo, Sicily in 2015.
The favorite pizza at Vito’s is grandma’s original, ($16.29) made with fresh plum tomatoes, good imported fruity olive oil, fresh basil and mozzarella cheese. One diner on Yelp called it a “religious experience.”
Pizza is at the forefront but Vito's menu is packed with traditional Italian-American pizza shop fare such as Philly cheesesteak subs, chicken parmigiana subs and steak stromboli.
Talking to Vito, you quickly learn he is most proud of the entrees, specifically daily specials. One day it's swordfish, another day lobster or steaks.
It's housed in a non-descript former pizza shop in Hogestown. Ambiance is lacking but diners gravitate toward a variety of menu items, both traditional and non-traditional.
Traditional pies are topped with Indian ingredients such as the Chicken Tikka Patiala with chicken marinated in spices, topped with mozzarella, bell pepper, onion and olives or the Paneer, described as topped with zesty tomato sauce, mozzarella, dices of paneer, pineapple, bell pepper, onion and Peruvian cherry peppers.
Diners have two options for Cork & Fork's small plates and pizzas – one in Harrisburg and a second location in Hampden Township.
Pizza dough is made from an extra fine double zero flour, and the pies are baked in a 850 degree oven. Owner Nick Laus has said the pizzas have a different flavor than what people are used to eating at local pizza shops.
“Our pizza philosophy is to source and utilize the finest imported and domestic products for our pizza. We believe that the better the quality of the raw ingredients, the finer the end result.”
Funghi ($15). This pizza is blasted with intense, woodsy flavors. Cremini, shiitake and oyster mushrooms all come together atop this pie. Caramelized, candy sweet onions, mozzarella and Bianca sauce give this puffy pie its final dreamy, rich flavors.Carne Amore ($16) Bacon, salsiccia, soppressata, crushed tomatoes and mozzarella.Della Nonna ($16): Egg, potatoes confit, red onions, fennel sausage, truffle oil, pecorino and bianca sauce.
Casero's was born out of Matt Szejk's love of baking bread which he did through graduate school as a way to relieve stress.
In fact, along with the Eh Louie, Jed's White and So-Ho pizzas, Casero's sells fresh loaves of artisan breads.
“It's OK to compare us to New York and New Jersey. That's OK,” said Matt Szejk, who owns the stand with his wife, Becky Szejk. “But we've kind of focused on an artisan touch so you'll see a lot of colorful veggie combinations.”
“Best thin crust pizza in the area! I really wish they were open more often! The staff is pleasant even though there is almost always a line – at least when I visit! Take and bake, where they prepare the pizza for you so that you can take it home and eat it at a later time, is a great idea, but I've never been able to replicate the deliciously gooey taste of a hot slice eaten at the counter,” said one Yelp reviewer.
“I love this place and let me tell you why.1) Holy nice staff, batman! There is a dude who works there that is just ridiculously nice. Pretty sure he is a fellow Boricua, and he always has a smile on his face. I hope that one day I look as happy working as he does. 2) It's my favorite pizza in downtown Harrisburg and my biggest critique is their limited hours. I like yummy fold-able pizza that they have. Try it.”
The two-story brick building with its tall neon sign at 1000 Herr St. has been open since the late Donato and Liana Giusti, opened the restaurant in 1948.
Unlike most traditional pizzas, Subway Cafe pizza is made with a thin crust topped first with provolone cheese, and then with a mild, homemade sauce. Diners can create-their-own from dozens of toppings such as mushrooms, pepperoni and anchovies.
The building has been called the Subway since it opened in 1935. It was named for a nearby railroad overpass that resembles an entrance to a subway station.
Perhaps, it's the friendly service as much as the pizzas. Regulars say the atmosphere is like family.
Menu includes plain pies and speciality ones including white bacon and tomato pizza, upside down pizza, and meat lover's pizza. They also do Sicilian square pizzas and stuffed pizzas, and you can choose from a half dozen variations of pizza by the slice.
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A thin crust pan pizza is baked with marinara sauce and sells for $15.50. Pick from toppings such as ham, salami, spinach, artichoke hearts, broccoli and more.
The pizza menu also includes several variations of thin crust pies – Buffalo chicken, German (steak, grilled onions and hot and bell peppers), Pittsburgh (cheddar ranch sauce with crispy french fries, mozzarella and bacon or chipped steak.
Fenicci's has been in operation in Hershey since 1935. Among the signature items is the upside down pizza made with cheese on the bottom and sauce on the top. It has been on the menu since 1947 and believed to be Hershey's first pizza.
The restaurant also tosses other pies – white pizza, Buffalo chicken, meat lovers, exotic mushroom and Hawaiian.
Tonino's Pizza and Grille, 530 N. Progress Ave. in Susquehanna Township; Tonino's Pizza, 5106 Jonestown Road in Lower Paxton Township; and 4540 Marketplace Way, Hampden Township.
Each Tonino's pizza location offers the same menu of gourmet pizzas, strombolis, calzones, subs, sandwiches and paninis.
Tonino's Pizza is the creation of Anthony Illiano, a Naples-born Italian immigrant who came to Brooklyn, New York, as a teenager. He made his way to the midstate and opened the first Tonino's pizza restaurant in Strawberry Square 19 years ago, and has since grown the business with help from his three sons.
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