Discover Restaurants offering the best Pizza food in Maple Shade, New Jersey, United States. Maple Shade Township is a township in Burlington County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the township's population was 19,131, reflecting an increase of 52 (+0.3%) from the 19,079 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn declined by 132 (-0.7%) from the 19,211 counted in the 1990 Census.
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4 based on 96 reviews
Bertucci's restaurants are firing-up brick ovens from New England to Virginia, each reflecting the distinct character and local charm of its community. Like the original Bertucci's, every kitchen is open, making our brick oven part of the restaurant exper
We stopped for lunch by chance. They have a nice menu with many selections. Our server was friendly and helpful. We enjoyed our meal and have added it to our places to eat list.Thank you for stopping in for lunch! We're so happy to hear you enjoyed dining with us and appreciate you sharing such wonderful feedback about your dining experience. We're thrilled to make it on your preferred list of places to dine and we look forward to seeing you again soon!
4 based on 32 reviews
This comment is on the Cheesesteak onlyI have been to many so called 'Best Philly Cheesesteak" places in Philly and Southern New Jersey including Pat's and Gino's and without a doubt, they have the best Cheesesteak so far. Different people, different preferences but here are the main reasons why I love their Cheesesteak.BreadFresh. Soft on the inside and a little hard on the outside. The bread needs to hold all that meat without getting soggy and falling apart.MeatBeef that is cooked just right. Not to wet and not too dry. I like to have my onions and hot peppers chopped up in the meat to add flavor.CheeseMy personal favorite is Cheesewhiz. I smash it all up in the meat.If this sounds like the kind of Cheesesteak you like, then Yellow Submarine is for you. Now, with all that said, it depends on who is cooking back there. Get the older guy to make it and go when they are not busy.Its a hole in the wall restaurant so do not expect fine dining service.
4 based on 63 reviews
Maybe their pizza is better. I had a cup of chicken soup. No flavor at all. I had the spinach manicotti and it was smothered in cheese. Way too much. The sauce wasnât tasty. My friend had the personal pizza. Seemed ok. Nothing special. Seems ok for a quick lunch.
was visiting NJ and want an "authentic" jersey style hoagie. Had several while I was around south jersey and the one I had here was THE BEST of them all. would recommend going here for lunch for pizza or a hoagie. great food and great prices.
4 based on 19 reviews
I was at a wedding in Fontanas upstairs wedding hall- beautiful! Its a very large area- can cover large wedding receptions. I really loved the lighting, not to dark, but nice warm lighting setting a nice mood. Very traditonal wedding hall feel- lots of gold, lace, and funky carpet. The open bar service was great and the bar tender was friendly, fast and knew his stuff! There are some spots that you can see need some TLC- a few spots in the carpet with stains, chips in the wall, and just overall old decorations but its still a a beautiful hall. The crystal chandaliers where beautiful too!
4 based on 26 reviews
Vincents is a great neighborhood eatery that is clean, well staffed, and has courteous service. The soups, pasta dishes, and sandwiches are delicious. The owners can't do enough to accommodate, and will take special orders.
4 based on 28 reviews
Favorite place for Birthday pizza! The pastas are all very good but I can't help but get that marinara pizza... a little spicey with asiago cheese, my mouth is watering just thinking about it! The Greek salad is also delicious and the large can feed 4 people. The staff is always friendly and can accommodate a couple of people or large crowds (although can be a bit noisy sometimes - it is a BYOB and kids are welcome). Be aware they are closed Monday and Tuesdays and they only take cash (ATM on the premises). Oh delicious homemade gelato/sorbet also! Overall, one of my very favorite places!
4 based on 67 reviews
My daughter wanted Italian food for her birthday dinner at someplace local and casual. So we went to Sal and Joe's. Immediately you're greeted with their toasty oven baked garlic bread. Yummmmmm! Then salads... just ok. The entrees... most were very good. (Eggplant parm and chicken parm... awesome. ) Their tomato sauce is fantastic. Great for dipping! My husband had the tuscan pasta and it was dry. Overall our meal was good and filling. Most took part home. A huge repeat customer base of regulars.
4 based on 126 reviews
The current generation of Passariello's got started in the food business over 25 years ago when Pasquale Passariello began his first food service job, working in an Italian cargo ship kitchen. Born and raised in Naples, Italy, Pasquale had a deep desire t
A group of us did take out Sunday. We all ordered different salads. Everyone was disappointed. Each salad had about a half a head of iceberg lettuce. It was a waste. The toppings tasted like they came from a grocery store just cut up and placed on top. I had a Cobb salad and it was tasteless. Not sure if folks expect a container to be filled to the brim but I would have liked some variety of greens and not so much. A cheese that had some taste and ham that was more than a slice of packaged lunch meat. Maybe their other food is better but I would suggest not getting a salad here.
4 based on 95 reviews
Clean looking restaurant. The food was delicious and they had a good deal...$12.49 for a two option meal where you choose from a list of options...I opted for a personal sized deep dish pizza and a house salad and both were delicious. Would go back if I happened to be in the area again.
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