Two Street Pizza

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About Two Street Pizza

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Monday 4:00 PM - 11:00 PM Tuesday 4:00 PM - 11:00 PM Wednesday 4:00 PM - 11:00 PM Thursday 4:00 PM - 11:00 PM Friday 4:00 PM - 11:00 PM Saturday 4:00 PM - 11:00 PM Sunday 4:00 PM - 11:00 PM

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2 St. Pizza is a good place to go in the summer time (especially if you go to 2 Street Sprinkle Park), for water ice and a slice!
My family orders from here all the time, the pizza is thin and delicious!

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★★★★★

2 St. Pizza is a good place to go in the summer time (especially if you go to 2 Street Sprinkle Park), for water ice and a slice!
My family orders from here all the time, the pizza is thin and delicious!

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Having grown up in Wilkes-Barre / Scranton, I was disappointed by the lack (read: real Italian) pizza around Philadephia.

I've discovered a few places I like, but the mediocre far outweigh the truly good.

2 St pizza is one of those places.

I stumbled upon it on New Year's Day while partying on 2 St after the parade, as they were selling slices. I thought the pizza was great then, but forgot about it since I'm never in that side of town.

Then I was reintroduced it at a local pub on a slow night, a few of us regulars were hungry so we decided on pizza and someone suggested 2 St. When it came (and I wasn't drunk this time), I thought 'wow, this pizza really is great!'

Since we realized they deliver to our area (never knew, because we've never gotten a menu from them - unlike most places who put a menu in our mailbox every other week), we order at least twice a week.

For you pizza lovers out there, you'll understand when I say 'the pizza is so good, you'll even eat all the crust.' That pretty much sums it up.

Also highly recommended "regular" (non-gourmet) pizza joints:

Lozaro's (like Lorenzo's, but not nearly as greasy, good selection of slices)
NYPD (nice selection of slices, but a fresh pie out of the oven)
Mack's on Oregon Ave (remember cruising the Wildwood boardwalk when you were a kid and getting slices from Mack & Manco's? this is it. they sell slices but order a whole pie ($9) for the best thin crust pizza around).

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★★★★☆

Having grown up in Wilkes-Barre / Scranton, I was disappointed by the lack (read: real Italian) pizza around Philadephia.

I've discovered a few places I like, but the mediocre far outweigh the truly good.

2 St pizza is one of those places.

I stumbled upon it on New Year's Day while partying on 2 St after the parade, as they were selling slices. I thought the pizza was great then, but forgot about it since I'm never in that side of town.

Then I was reintroduced it at a local pub on a slow night, a few of us regulars were hungry so we decided on pizza and someone suggested 2 St. When it came (and I wasn't drunk this time), I thought 'wow, this pizza really is great!'

Since we realized they deliver to our area (never knew, because we've never gotten a menu from them - unlike most places who put a menu in our mailbox every other week), we order at least twice a week.

For you pizza lovers out there, you'll understand when I say 'the pizza is so good, you'll even eat all the crust.' That pretty much sums it up.

Also highly recommended "regular" (non-gourmet) pizza joints:

Lozaro's (like Lorenzo's, but not nearly as greasy, good selection of slices)
NYPD (nice selection of slices, but a fresh pie out of the oven)
Mack's on Oregon Ave (remember cruising the Wildwood boardwalk when you were a kid and getting slices from Mack & Manco's? this is it. they sell slices but order a whole pie ($9) for the best thin crust pizza around).

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Two Street Pizza make amazingly delicious pizza. The crust is nice and thin, and made fresh. The prices are competitive. I'm not sure if they sell sandwiches or not, but its definitley the place to go if you are looknig for really good pizza.

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Two Street Pizza make amazingly delicious pizza. The crust is nice and thin, and made fresh. The prices are competitive. I'm not sure if they sell sandwiches or not, but its definitley the place to go if you are looknig for really good pizza.

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Forget Jim's, Pat's and Gino's. They're okay for the suburbanites who stumble into town or at 3am when you need something to calm the hunger of an "after bar" experience.

For a true cheesesteak, head to 2 st. The menu is pretty standard for a pizza shop but they excel at true Italian pizza (no Greek pizza here) and cheesesteaks.

The steaks come in the 8oz or 16oz size (about $3.95 and $6.95 respectively--prices subject to change of course). Treat yourself and make sure you ask for the "Hard seeded roll" this is the roll that makes the steak. The French fries and cheese fries are very respectable. The chicken parm is the one failing on the menu in my opinion.

Get thee to 2 street pizza!!

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★★★★☆

Forget Jim's, Pat's and Gino's. They're okay for the suburbanites who stumble into town or at 3am when you need something to calm the hunger of an "after bar" experience.

For a true cheesesteak, head to 2 st. The menu is pretty standard for a pizza shop but they excel at true Italian pizza (no Greek pizza here) and cheesesteaks.

The steaks come in the 8oz or 16oz size (about $3.95 and $6.95 respectively--prices subject to change of course). Treat yourself and make sure you ask for the "Hard seeded roll" this is the roll that makes the steak. The French fries and cheese fries are very respectable. The chicken parm is the one failing on the menu in my opinion.

Get thee to 2 street pizza!!

 

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