Reviews on Pizza food in Charleroi, Pennsylvania, United States. Charleroi (/ˈʃɔːlərɔɪ/ SHAW-lə-roy) is a borough in Washington County, Pennsylvania, along the Monongahela River, 21 miles south of Pittsburgh. Charleroi was settled in 1890 and incorporated in 1891. The 2010 census recorded a population of 4,120.
Things to do in Charleroi
The wings are delicious especially when Daphne makes them. She puts in the right amount of extra effort that makes the wings perfect. The pizza is magical you won't be able to stop eating it.
I've had the opportunity to visit this location several times over the years, but my most recent visit validated my feeling about this location. Service is very slow here. It's not an occasional issue, it's 98% of the time. I have no issues with the food. It's consistent, hot an there is a variety of options so if you want something light to carnivorous, you can get it here. The new Pretzel crust is especially good. Wings are small but the all the flavorings are good.Here is the rub, service. I doesn't matter if you are dining in, taking out or using the drive thru. The service is slow, It seems that they are always needing help or the are understaffed, I like the food here, but I find myself going somewhere else because I always seem to wait 10 to 15 minutes before someone takes our order or able to get someone to handle my pick-up order. If you have time to sit and take a leisurely lunch or dinner, this is your place. It's clean good for kids and the quality of the food is very good, i have no qualms here, but don't expect a fast turnover.
We were a little apprehensive but no need to be! We ate in and were very comfortable. My college-aged kids had calzones. They had tons of compliments abt it. Son finished his, daughter has leftovers. French fries were AWESOME! The pizza that we got was really good, too! Highly recommend
4 based on 14 reviews
I prefer traditional Italian pizza to "American" Italian pizza. Wood fired is my favorite, but I like coal fired as well. Recently a friend told me about a wood fired pizza place in BelleVernon. I didn't expect much,but we tried it anyway. The staff could not have been nicer or more helpful. They explained the whole process and the story behind the magnificent oven. We had them make a "small" Loko Koko Mozzarella/basil/tomato/oil (no sauce). It was fantastic! We asked them to serve it the traditional Italian way, not cut into triangles. One of the best pizzas I have had. Won't have to drive to Shadyside or Bridgeville to get good wood fired pizza any more. (small is really a medium and you can taste the ingredients because it has no overpowering garlic taste.)
I actually drive a Pay Toll Road to get this pizza. After living in the south hills of Pittsburgh most of my life I relocated to Westmoreland/Rostraver area. Searched for years to find a good pie. Although I have to pay over $2 to get on route 43 coming home from work and out of my way I found a pizza that I actually love. Ordered it half baked and uncut. Finished off in my own oven later that day and it was perfection.
Best Pizza around. If you taste it you'll always end up getting it in the future. I moved and will go to get the pizza even now.
I have heard very good comments about Jake's Pizza, and I wanted to try it. It is good pizza, and I liked it. The pizza was a bit small, however, for the price. I would go back and try some of the other menu items if I happened to be in the area again.
4 based on 11 reviews
My grand-parents lived a few doors down from Nuzzaci's Pizza and I ate there very frequently as a teenager. Well, over forty years later, we went there today. The neighborhood, as you can imagine, changed drastically. The pizza was a bit different than in the 60's but still very good. Good sauce, cheese, and nice and thick. Very momma and pappa and that is what we look for as it is a great break from the cookie cutter chain restaurants!Rich and Dr. Linda W.
We've only ever ordered delivery do I can't speak to their atmosphere. That being said, their honey mustard chicken pizza is second to none! I prefer their white pizza to their regular...but that's just me. The prices are a little high for the specialty pizzas but they are worth it!
4 based on 19 reviews
This place is definitely our family's favorite! We love the pizza which has a thin crust, great sauce, good amount of pepperoni, and just the right amount of cheese. Their hoagies are loaded with meat and lettuce, tomatoes onions and more. The fish sandwiches are awesome,too! The staff works very hard and we have never been disappointed with the food.
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