Find out what Italian restaurants to try in Douglassville. Douglassville is a census-designated place (CDP) in Amity Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania, United States. Douglassville is situated along U.S. Route 422 and Pennsylvania Route 724. Developments include the Amity Gardens subdivision, the West Ridge subdivision, the Briarwood subdivision, and the High Meadow subdivision. Douglassville also includes Cider Mill and the Woods Edge subdivision along Pennsylvania Route 562. As of the 2010 census the population of the CDP was 448 residents. Douglassville is Exchange 385 in area code 610.
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4 based on 40 reviews
We got lunch here for about 8 people. Very good pizza but the chicken calzone was amazing. A great flavor and breading. Would go back. Extensive menu. We got take out so can't comment on the restaurant.
4 based on 103 reviews
Went to Giovanni's for a 50th birthday celebration. I had been there for pizza before, but never dinner. I ordered the seafood cannelloni. It was quite good. The seafood sauce they put over the past was delicious. For me the drawback was that all I could taste was the sauce. The cannelloni got lost in the gravy. I would have preferred much less of the sauce so I could taste both the gravy and the cannelloni. The salad that came with the meal was the best side salad I have had in a while. Giovanni's is definitely worth checking out.
5 based on 15 reviews
First of all...Sal himself is a reason to purchase this fantastic Italian food! He makes you feel like family. The pizza ain't bad either...LOL! The food quality is top notch with generous servings. He has a Facebook page were he runs a contest every Saturday with the winner receiving free pizza or other food prizes. If we all loved life like Sal, the world would be a much better place!!!
4 based on 27 reviews
We had purchased a groupon to try this place and we are glad we did, specials every day, great service and reasonable prices. We have tried the antipasto salad and the chefs salad, both full and good. Pizza's are good too, I wish they delivered where we live we would order more often, worth the trip though. We love the wednesday specials, $5.99 large pizza, cant go wrong
4 based on 11 reviews
Had their cheese steak last night it was about 9 bucks for a foot-long cheese steak, cheesy and definitely yummy I I'll go back again for their sandwich not to mention more than you possibly need to eat. Stopped back by next day to have a slice of their cheese pizza to see how it was. its New York style slices and it was good I would certainly recommend this restaurant if you're in the area
I stop here frequently to pick up cheesesteaks to take home. I call in the order and the wait is never long. Very generous with their ingredients and delicious sandwiches. Take out is in long foam, heat keeping boxes, so they are piping hot when I get home. Staff is friendly and the food is great...can't beat Valentino's!
4 based on 12 reviews
This is the newest Italian Restaurant & Pizzeria to open up in the area, and, they just may be the best...all fresh ingredients, blended perfectly. A little more expensive than most places, but, they are using premium ingredients. Give them a try...I'm sure you'll like it.
4 based on 29 reviews
A lot of the local restaurants were closed but little Nick's came through. Pizza was great and chef salad was of good quality and quantity
4 based on 161 reviews
We visited on Friday night and ordered several of the Italian entrees. The service was friendly and prompt, but it did take a bit long for the food to arrive, even though they did not appear to be overly crowded at the time. The Veal Parm was slightly overcooked, but still very tasty and was a large portion. The prices are average for the entrees. We will return, and recommend it to others for a good Italian meal.
4 based on 54 reviews
This review only reflects an experience today and the purchase of a 1/4 sheet of bruschetta pie. So, went there at 1230 and found they were out of my first three choices: sweet pepper, cheese, and regular tomato pie. Bruschetta is norrmally loaded with tomatoes, onions, peppers, etc. The point being that it is loaded with the veggie toppings. This pie was severely lacking toppings and the only discernible flavor was basil. The scant tomatoes were also cooked as opposed to be finely chopped and only marinated. I was very disappointed and will never order this particular pie. I am told that I would have been pleased with my first three choices, so I will give it another shot and I guess go early in the morning before they run out. I also find their notion of limited supply annoying and indicative of a miserly company that does not want to risk having a pie or two left over at the end of the day, effectively hosing customers. The cost was good at $5 for 1/4 pie, but it definitely does not feed 3-5 people. I ate half the pie myself and could have another slice or two had I been really hungry or if it was not so dry. I would submit a 1/4 pie is perfect for two people.
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