Discover Restaurants offering the best Pizza food in Center Valley, Pennsylvania, United States. Center Valley is an unincorporated community (Census Class Code U6) one mile north of Coopersburg, Pennsylvania, at the intersection of Pennsylvania Route 309 and Pennsylvania Route 378 in Upper Saucon Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania in the United States.
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3 based on 24 reviews
We've gotten food here a few times. Their pizza is just fair. Their cheese steaks and hoagies were not that good because they didn't have enough meat. I thought my salad dressing tasted watered down. We decided not to eat here anymore based on this.
4 based on 38 reviews
Brick Oven Pizza Hand-pressed pizzas come in 15 varieties of 3-cheeses Gluten-Free Pizza 20 varieties of Cheesesteaks Made from 100% American rib-eye beef Over 20 varieties of cheesesteaks including beef, chicken and a (grilled vegetarian version). Made w
The cheese steak sounds delicious with great reviews but to me looked more like ground cat food. I was ok with the toasted bun and 3 cheeses but really this meat had no taste.I also purchased a house vanilla coke which was sickening artificial sweet. My daughter had a classic MAC which was delicious. The restaurant was clean with friendly staff.
4 based on 118 reviews
My family has been coming to Sal's ever since it opened. After all these years I can say that the food does not disappoint. Hopefully Sal or Anna are there to say hello. This is consistent, New York style Italian food in an intimate setting. Also BYOB which is great. Worth the trip to Southside Bethlehem near Lehigh University.
4 based on 48 reviews
My friend ordered soup of the day and Eggplant Parmesan hot sandwich, I ordered a Stromboli. We shared the sandwich and Stromboli. We both had their homemade stuffed cannoli which was very good. The menu is quite extensive. Our waitress was very pleasant attentive and quick. We enjoyed the meal and will return.
4 based on 115 reviews
This was my first trip to Crossroads since the new owners took over. I was not a fan of Crossroads in the past but the new owners have made some subtle changes. The menu is rather limited but they have greatly expanded the beer selection and added a few daily specials to the menu. You now get regular plates and utensils instead of paper plates. The old wait staff is still there along with some new employees. The place was clean and bright and they accept credit cards.
4 based on 13 reviews
La Borgata Pizza is close to the office, so when people suggested something different to our usual sandwich platter for a work lunch, this place came up in conversation. I am happy to report being in close proximity is not the only thing it has going for it. Everyone loved the pizza and the salad was delicious and beautiful. A word of caution, the olives contain pits, but to the olive connoisseur, you'll see this quickly. The workers are friendly enough to a newby, but as I was there, I saw they take care of the regular customers. Thing the pizza shop equivalent to Cheers. And yes, Norm is just as you'd expect him to be in real life. Seriously though, go enjoy, and easy on the olives.
4 based on 29 reviews
I was disappointed with the crust on my pizza, barely above frozen pizza crust in flavor. It was especially jarring since the toppings were all tasty and first rate. Staff couldn't have been friendlier and the place was neat and clean. Order something that doesn't have pizza crust.
5 based on 16 reviews
We've been searching for good pizza since we moved from New Jersey. Tony's has become our 'go to' place. Our faves are the margarita pizza, eggplant parm, meatball parm, and Italian subs. Fresh bread and really big subs, that we usually end up eating for two meals.Friendly service..... try it and you'll be hooked.
4 based on 96 reviews
Had a pizza takeout from here tonight. My recommendation is donât ever do that. Had to be the worst pizza Iâve ever had in my lifetime. Undercooked and the vegetables toppings far too big and only small quantity of pepperoni. Ugh. Iâve had dinner at the restaurant several times, usually a pasta dish and have always been impressed with the food and service, but no more pizza for me. I know three other places in the Coopersburg area that are far superior for pizza.
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