Find out what Italian restaurants to try in North East. North East is a borough in Erie County, Pennsylvania, United States, 14 miles (23 km) northeast of Erie in the northernmost part of the state, and the county's northeastern corner. Fruit growing was an early economic endeavor, and is still to this day, as this is a popular area for especially cherries and grapes. There is an annual Cherry Festival in the summer and an annual Wine Country Harvest Festival in the fall. It contains one college, Mercyhurst North East. The population was 4,294 at the 2010 census, down from 4,601 at the 2000 census. It is part of the Erie Metropolitan Statistical Area. It is the northernmost town in Pennsylvania. The name "North East" seems to be a misnomer since the borough is located in extreme northwestern Pennsylvania, but it is so named for its northeastern-most location within Erie County.
Things to do in North East
4 based on 25 reviews
Establish in 1969. North East's Historic Pizza Maker. Pizza, Subs, Calzones, Salads, Tacos, Homemade Meatballs, Sauce, Goulash.
This is a great little pizza shop on the main drag in North East, PA. Pizza was made to order and ready in about 15 minutes. In addition to pizza, they also serve a variety of sandwiches and ice cream treats. Eat in or take out. There is also a wall of used books for sale that you can peruse while you are waiting for your order.
4 based on 43 reviews
Several people recommended this restaurant to us during our visit to North East, Pa. We gave it a try and loved it. fast service, good food and generous portions. Would recommend reservations during the busy dinner hours on the weekend, but even without them we did not have a long wait
In my 59 years on this earth, Iâve lived from Tampa to Grand Island NY. Iâve eaten more pizza than I care to admit. However, some of those pies were bad, some were average and some were outstanding. Tonight, my brother-in-law ordered pepperoni pizzas from Valoneâs here in North East PA. In my 59 years on this earth, this is the WORST pizza I have ever tried to eat.The crust is obviously pre-made, bought frozen or refrigerated, whatever. It is bland, bread-like texture and just plain awful. But this is only the beginning. The sauce is almost non-existent; which given how bland it is, is a blessing in disguise. The cheese layer is so thin it is hard to distinguish from the crust it allegedly covers. The pepperoni is equally disappointing, being barely cooked, as was the entire pizza.Honestly, this pizza tasted reheated, not made fresh. What a waste of money. I took one bite and offered my slice to a teenager who will eat anything. Frozen pizza is better than this. Most any frozen pizza. How this place stays in business is beyond me if this is how they consistently prepare their product. But then again, the surrounding area could have dead taste buds or too tired to drive a few miles to get a decent pizza. One star because I couldnât give zero. Yuk!
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