Find out what Italian restaurants to try in Pittston. Pittston is a city in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, United States. It is situated between Scranton and Wilkes-Barre. The city gained prominence in the late 19th and early 20th centuries as an active anthracite coal mining city, drawing a large portion of its labor force from European immigrants. The population was 7,739 as of the 2010 census, making it the fourth largest city in Luzerne County. At its peak in 1920, the population of Pittston was 18,497. The city consists of three sections: The Downtown (in the center of the city), the Oregon Section (in the southern end), and the Junction (in the northern end). Pittston City is at the heart of the Greater Pittston region (a 65.35 square mile region in Luzerne County). Greater Pittston has a total population of 48,020 (as of 2010).
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Before I began this review, I read the previous two, noting they were both good and approximately a year apart. I wish I could be that generous. I took a shot on a Friday evening and THAT may have been my first mistake. Called in the order 45 minutes ahead so no excuse there when I arrived and it wasn't prepared. Small franchise place manned by only 2....on a Friday in this area? Unheard of. Order consisted of an order of wings, a plain medium pizza and a tailgate hoagie. As I waited I watched the two poor guys nearly running into each other trying to get things done. The one guy doing the food prep had a clue.....the other poor guy was having a nervous attack just trying to operate the register. Right then and there, I knew I was in trouble. Extra 15 to 20 minutes and I brought my order home. Wings...warm not hot and nothing spectacular but at least edible. Pizza had no sauce, no cheese, no taste.....like eating a cardboard cutout. Threw most of it away. The hoagie is a separate issue. I LOVE Italian hoagies and pride myself on eating only the best in the area I can find. This was one of the worst....all bun, EXTREMELY little meat, cheese and NO SWEET PEPPERS as I had requested. This trip and purchase was a disaster from the word go. We have a zillion pizza and hoagie places here in the area, but I like to give the new guy a try. I did. No more here. With THIS quality of food, they'll be lucky to survive even with a truck stop across the street. Wish I had better news,
4 based on 36 reviews
Enjoyed dinner here with my son and wife. Our menu:Antipasto for my son and I...excellent, fresh and plentiful. My wife had the roasted beets salad...she enjoyed it.My wife had the Saltimboca with pasta on the side....enjoyed the saltimboca...pasta was plain red sauce which I didnât think was that good.I had the chicken Marsala which was very good.My son had the best! He had the pasta bolagnese with I believe homemade wide noodles...very good.All in all we had a very enjoyable meal.
4 based on 440 reviews
This restaurant has a seating free appetizer of baked herb bread chunks with a type of hummus dip. Starts your meal off right. Menu has a nice variety of choices. The staff is very friendly and are constantly checking that you are satisfied. Recommend this restaurant.
4 based on 38 reviews
Savo's Pizza has been serving the Wyoming Valley since the 1964. Ziggy, now the only owner of Savo's is dedicated to preserving the traditional of the original food recipes. Savo's is expanding their menu items to include round New York style ro
Went for a business lunch.Got a chicken caesar salad and got 2 packets of Paul Newman's dressing. I can get that at McDonalds. Sandwiches my guests had looked good though.The place was completely dead. Not more than a few tables of people and this was right at lunchtime which should be very busy. The dining room is very dark and dreary.It could be the lack if traffic at the plaza or it could be the food/atmosphere....either way I hope for their sake that they are busy at other times.
4 based on 26 reviews
Read about the restaurant on a national website review as the beat Italian restaurant in PA. Had to find out what it was. Definitely didnât disappoint. Never had a La Puccia, thin crust on top and bottom filled with all kinds of things. We had steak and cheese puccia and a Italian Style. Plus an antipasto and cappelletti soup. They were homemade cappelletti not tortellini as most restaurant put in soup. The owner walks around and speaks with every one in the restaurant. The desserts Oh My, the lemon tort was amazing. Very affordable, delicious and pleasant to visit.
4 based on 31 reviews
Napoli Pizza has the best wings around by far, especially with their own "Napoli Sauce". Pizza is very good also. Grandma's Pizza is delicious & just like homemade,square cut, pizza made with crushed tomatoes & seasoning. Great meals & subs. Pricing is reasonable.
4 based on 65 reviews
I heard about Grico's private rooms and wanted to check it out for my birthday. We went and had a lot of fun. It's very private and intimate - something I liked a lot. The food was excellent, easily one of the best steaks I've had anywhere in Northeastern PA. I definitely plan on coming back. I definitely recommend this restaurant.
4 based on 70 reviews
Have been here for private party and also several times for dinner. Consistently excellent. Service, food, atmosphere all come together for a terrific dining experience.
4 based on 54 reviews
This restaurant is a real gem. The menu is extensive, and the food is outstanding. I had haddock with olives, tomato sauce and capers, which is a dish you don't find very often. Since this is BYOB, your bill at the end of a fine meal is very reasonable.
4 based on 93 reviews
The restaurant is clean and remodeled. The wait staff very friendly. The food is good and very reasonably priced. We had gnocchi (that were homemade) and the strip steak special. Lemon lush for dessert. So good. When you want a good homemade meal for a great price stop by.
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