Al’s of Hampden/Pizza Boy Brewing Co.
The restaurant and brewery is family friendly and offers free WiFi. Al’s boasts 99 draft beer lines and three hand-pumped from cask ales. Dough’s made twice daily. Its pizza menu features specialty pies, hand-tossed pizzas, white pizzas and stuffed pizzas. Specialty pizzas include the Hot Hot Hot (pepperoni, bell peppers, jalapenos, onion and garlic — $20.87 for a 16-inch) and stuffed pizzas include the Chicken & Broccoli featuring five cheeses ($22.77 for 16-inch). Al’s also features a broad menu of appetizers, salads, calzones, Stromboli, subs and entrées.
2240 Millennium Way, Enola
Opened in 2013, Nonno is a quaint pizza spot. The pizzeria showcases 17 pizzas, combining old family recipes and quality ingredients, including soppressata, prosciutto, artichokes, mozzarella di buffalo, Parmigiano-Reggiano and black truffle. The menu also features homemade meatballs and wood-oven baked wings. Its pizza menu features Neapolitan and Italian classic pies. The Salame Piccante is topped with San Marzano tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, Calabrese-style hot salami and fresh basil ($10). The Tartufata features Buffalo mozzarella, shaved Parmigiano-Reggiano, Mascarpone, black truffle and fresh basil ($14).
701 Penn Ave., West Reading
Vito’s Pizza & Beer
Family owned through two generations since opening in 1962, Vito’s menu has been built on family recipes. Its pizza menu is simple and doesn’t offer specialty pies. Customers choose from a pizza base of cheese and tomato sauce, white garlic or white ricotta and then select toppings. Vito’s offers stromboli, pasta, subs, sandwiches, sides, salads and desserts. The pizzeria also has an extensive and rotating beer list with more than 100 craft, domestic and import beers.
1734 S. Queen St, York
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