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As long as we're talkin' pizza - Blue Bell???

We've tried Charlies in E. Norriton, and Palermo's in Center Square. Nothing is floating my pizza boat. Any good suggestions for some really good pizza in the area?

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  1. The pizza debate from a month ago, did not end with any real winners. I too am struggling to find a great pizza in our area. I am in Lower Gwynedd and the only place I go is Tony A's in Springhouse and that is spotty.

    1. Dolce Luna (Whitpain Shopping Center on route 202 south of Skippalck Pike) has good pizza. The crust is not too thick, crisp and bit sweet. We live nearby and prefer their pizza to the other ones in the area that we've tried.

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      1. re: nevets

        I cannot agree with Dolce Luna. We stopped in there a few weeks ago and I had 2 slices of maybe the worst pizza I've had in a long time. Burnt crust and yukky cheese. We recently moved to Upper Gwynedd and have been trying to find a local pizza place without much luck. I keep going back to From The Boot because I can't find anything that we like that's any closer.

      2. We're members of Beachcomber Swim Club which is in Blue Bell, so we eat at/order from Palermo's all the time. We love it. Especially any pizza with ricotta or mushrooms (they use portabellas). Also some really good salads and mediterranean specialties (felafel, baba ghanoush, hummus).

        1. Try Bacco on 202 in North Wales. The pizza is excellent although I've never tried the regular menu.

          1. Thanks everyone! You've come to the same conclusion I have, I see.... I'll try Bacco's - sounds yummy and maybe give Dolce Luna another try. Grazie!