Discover Restaurants offering the best Pizza food in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, United States. Chambersburg is a borough in and the county seat of Franklin County, in the South Central region of Pennsylvania, United States. It is in the Cumberland Valley, which is part of the Great Appalachian Valley, and 13 miles (21 km) north of Maryland and the Mason-Dixon line and 52 miles (84 km) southwest of Harrisburg, the state capital. According to the United States Census Bureau, Chambersburg's 2010 population was 20,268. When combined with the surrounding Greene, Hamilton, and Guilford Townships, the population of Greater Chambersburg is 52,273 people. The Chambersburg, PA Micropolitan Statistical Area includes surrounding Franklin County, and in 2010 included 149,618 people.
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Ok, so we've been eating Edith's Pizza since 1970. Edith Faubel sold her business years ago and the new owners bought her treasured recipe! They have stayed the course and made no changes. Every pizza consistently tastes the VERY same! Just like Mrs. Faubel made it herself. Signature thin SUPER fresh crust, sweet sauce and laser thin meats and veggies. There is a cult following and newbies are becoming raving fans. The Norland Grille has a full menu, great chicken wings, burgers, soups, salads, something for every age and taste. For us, it's a large Edith's Pizza or two! The Norland Grille is THE ONLY place in the Universe where you can order an Edith's Pizza! So what are you waiting for? Get moving!!
4 based on 27 reviews
We heard good things about Brother's, so we tried them for delivery. Very, very disappointing!! My son ordered a meat stromboli... plenty of meat but the crust was terribly soggy (top and bottom). I ordered the Italian sausage sandwich.... WHERE'S THE MEAT??? I expected a 3-4" long link of spicy Italian sausage, not the bland little pizza topping size slices I received in my sandwich. Anybody know where I can I get a proper Italian sausage sandwich in this area???
4 based on 15 reviews
Stopped by for a late lunch after doing some shopping before heading home. They have daily lunch specials. It was a mid week day. They had a birthday party table and one other table when we arrived. We tried the minestrone soup. It was very good. It had plenty of ingredients and was flavorful. The loaf of bread with the soup was very good. I tried the small chicken parm sub with french fries. It was one of the their lunch specials. It was very good.The chicken was cut up and it was very tasty and hot and plenty of cheese. French fries were hot. Only minor complaints with the fries was that I had quite a few small pieces or smaller fries and a little overcooked. Other member tried the chicken wrap. It was huge. We brought half of our meals home later for dinner. Good prices for lunch with big portions. Service was very good, helpful and courteous. Overall a good dining experience.
4 based on 40 reviews
We ate here after checking in to Hampton Inn. The reception desk handed us a list of local restaurants they recommended.Easily found this place, entered and stood waiting for someone to show up. There's a counter, some tables in this small place. Someone showed when phone rang. Several people picked up take-out pizza before anyone addressed us. Then it was take a menu and have a seat.Hubby and I both ordered Lasagna from the pasta menu. Even though menu stated dish came with salad we were told not at lunch. When pasta arrived it was a bunch of wide noodles heaped upon the plate with a watery sauce---not at all like I've seen Lasagna which is usually baked, cut into squares. Noodles were so over cooked they were rubbery & slippery. Not at all a good meal.While we were there lots of people came for take out pizza which must be good. Or maybe it's the low price of $10 for a large pizza.
This is fast food pizza - quite ordinary pizza at best with skimpy toppings and rather bland taste. Iâve had better tasting frozen pizza from the grocery store - the only differences were that I couldnât customize my toppings, it took longer and I had to cook it. Reminds me of Subway where you get to customize your selection, yet the quality and overall taste is mediocre. Maybe patrons find there is something unique or trendy in the way they make their pizza, but Iâm no fan of the food or the service with the cold âpizza for Tomâ calls - reminds me of SNL skit with Belushi (Cheeburger, Cheeburger, no Coke, Pepsi). If you want McDonaldâs tasting pizza with a Subway style customization, you got it with MOD. As for me, Iâm going to my local Italian pizza joint for flavorful, good tasting food. Or save my money and head to the grocery store!
4 based on 56 reviews
Benny's Italian Restaurant is our go-to restaurant for a fine Italian food meal. Pizza, subs, entrees, Benny's has it all. On our latest excursion into the realm of fine food, we ordered a Veal Parm dinner, and an order of Sicilian Meatballs. Utterly delicious!
4 based on 42 reviews
Found myself in a strange hotel in a strange town with no knowledge of the local atmosphere. The motel operator told me to try these guys I wouldn't be disappointed he was correct. The service was fast price was very fair, reasonable if if any delivery charge, I was very impressed. I only had a pizza but I'd be very willing to try anything else on the menu on my next time through.
4 based on 50 reviews
The food from here was solid as a rock!!! The pizza was excellent as were the wings. We got delivery to our hotel and it came exactly when expected. The price was about average. My only complaint? The garlic bread with cheese...while delicious was missing any semblance of cheese!!! Overall it was a win!!!
4 based on 35 reviews
This restaurant is a classic Italian pizzeria. Waitress and sit down eating along with take out and delivery.
We have had pizza from just about everywhere in the Chambersburg area. We ate at Carettiâs today, and itâs the areaâs best. While we donât get over to this side of town as often as others we do grab pizza from Carettiâs when we can. From the crust (super thin and crispy) to the sauce and the cheese, for us itâs definitely the best. Thanks for a great meal! Thanks for the review and nice comments we appreciate your business and hope to see you again! âYouâve had the rest now have the bestâ as we say! - Bruno Caretti
4 based on 96 reviews
In 1984, Gaspare and Rosalie Anile left their home in Sicily for America with the dream of one day opening a restaurant. That dream became a reality in November 1998 at Rosalieâs Fab Grill and now reopened in June 2018 as Rosalie's Grill. New look Same Co
Wow! I love Rosalie's food. Her sauce is the best around here. No where can you find a brick wood burning oven like you can here. It adds a nice taste to the bread, pizza, Stromboli's, etc. The selection is unique. I recommend the Puttanesca if you like capers and black olives with your pasta. It's my favorite! There are many great choices. Stop in if you get a chance.Bert,,, Thank you for the feedback and the bread and pizza from the wood oven makes a difference. may take a little longer than other ovens but worth the wait. Thanks again
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