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Adriatic Pizza Extends Great Taste to You

Updated on November 21, 2013
by Ryan Hyde (RLHyde Member since 2009)
by Ryan Hyde (RLHyde Member since 2009) | Source

The Adriatic Sea is the first thing you might think of when you hear the words Adriatic Pizza. The Adriatic Sea is the arm of the Mediterranean Sea, between Italy and Southeast Europe.

In my opinion, Adriatic Pizza extends fresh food with a great taste and great prices, promptly, to its customers. It all starts with getting the first pizza slice.

But first:

1) When did your pizza last surprise you?

2) What food would you do almost anything to get?

Please comment below.

by W1totalk (William G. Chandler Jr. )
by W1totalk (William G. Chandler Jr. )

The Setup

I have been to Adriatic Pizza twice. Each time, the restaurant has proven to be spacious, offers a great family atmosphere and solid service.

The staff is warm and friendly. A huge television offers your favorite programming while you eat, or while you wait for a large order. As you enter the restaurant, the staff is very gracious and stands ready to get your order.

While they do offer a variety of pizza, from your basic, gourmet or Sicilian pies, the first slice I would order would be the basic full-size Plain Cheese Pizza slice.

As soon as you order, your food, almost instantly, sits before you hot and ready.

The Taste

I am a fan of the big slice of pizza. A worthy, large, slice of pizza connects its large size with great seasoning and a fresh taste. Adriatic Pizza knows how to do this well. So much so, I have a temptation for a particular pizza I have not had yet. I will dwell on it more at the end of this article.

I would taste the Buffalo Chicken Pizza Slices and the Plain Cheese Pizza Slices in my visits to Adriatic Pizza.

The Plain Cheese Slice, from Adriatic Pizza, uses a fresh handmade crust. The crust’s edge forms into a thin yet robust border. This border acknowledges the crust full flavor but leaves plenty of space for the true star of the Adriatic Pizza slice, the pizza.

While seductively flat, the pizza slice supports flavorful mozzarella, tasty tomato sauce and seasoning to give you everything you want in a cheese pizza, and more.

The Buffalo Chicken slice is like a ninja. The combination of a hot sauce, cheese and unseen shredded chicken can almost be mistaken for the Plain Cheese pizza slice. You only understand the difference between the slices when you bite into it.

This desirable slice holds bountiful, moist chicken, hidden under and within, the wonderful hot sauce in combination with tasty mozzarella in order to surprise any customer. The scariest part about Adriatic Pizza, both with the Plain Cheese Slice and the Buffalo Chicken slice, is while large, in size and taste, all of the slices, I would order, were light. There is this perfect balance between what is on top of the pizza and the crust.

In The End

Adriatic Pizza combines good pizza, great service, wonderful prices and a familial atmosphere to give you the best pizza, and restaurant, experience possible. Now, they also have what I have only heard about through internet lore, the Breakfast Pizza.

The combination of egg, ricotta cheese and flavorful mozzarella, possibly with steak, sausage, peppers, onions or anything you want to start your morning, could make this Breakfast Pizza a real morning treat. Adriatic Pizza is money well spent and a great place to visit for good pizza.

Adriatic Pizza is located at 7757 New Falls Road, in Levittown, Pennsylvania 19055, in the Windsor Shopping Center, next to Hurricane Jack’s Bar. They are open Monday through Saturday 11 am-11 pm. View daily specials, the menu, including pizza, pasta and Panini, and a small glimpse of the inside of Adriatic Pizza at www.adriaticpizza.net. They also offer free delivery, locally.


Adriatic Sea meet Adriatic Pizza

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7757 New Falls Road, Levittown, PA 19055, USA

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    • Romeos Quill profile image

      Romeos Quill 

      5 years ago from Lincolnshire, England

      In England, big pizza houses like ' Pizza Hut ', and the obvious ' Dominos ' pizza place for take-away is quite popular, though never tried breakfast pizza. I was told that in native Italy, they eat pizza as a starter, and not as the main course. I reckon it would take folk getting used to the concept of breakfast pizza in some parts. You know your food - great Hub.

      R.Q.

    • W1totalk profile imageAUTHOR

      W1totalk 

      5 years ago

      Thank you always Romeo but have you ever had a place that had Breakfast Pizza?

    • Romeos Quill profile image

      Romeos Quill 

      5 years ago from Lincolnshire, England

      Who doesn't like pizza? Not many, I wonder, and the Italians do it best.Sadly live too far away, but sounds like a great place to dine for a family evening out, and sure they will be grateful for the heads-up.

      Best Wishes, and sharing.

      R.Q.

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