Good calzones. Wheaty crust. Good service, pay attention to getting order right. Store also has beer for convenient one-stop shopping.
Good, reliable work. They are friendly and were helpful with a ride to work. Not real cheap, but the job is done and done correctly.
Down home atmosphere. Good basic sandwiches. Variety of basic food. Eat in or carry out. An Aston institution.
Decent Mexican food. They also, weirdly, carry pizza hamburgers and wings. Hole-in-the-wall-y location, so probably better as a carry-out experience.
Pretty basic dollar store. Not a lot that really stands out. They do have a bit more in terms of cheap kids toys, if that's what you are looking for. Dollar Tree in Sharon Hill (Chester Pike) has a better selection if you're willing to drive more.
A different taste and style than the vast variety of local pizza spots. A bit blander, with a lot heartier, more interesting crust. Quite a bit more expensive, but worth it if you really want something different. Somewhat difficult location, jammed near Nifty Fifties and all the other businesses at that intersection. "Folsom" is really not correct. It is at the border of Prospect Park and Holmes.
Nice little place. Good spaghetti and cheese pizza. In very quiet area away from the main part of Aston.
Nice, little Mexican place. Family owned. "Wrong side of the tracks" literally, in West Laramie. Nothing fancy, but good food.
Nice, salty Mexican food. Known as best in area. Wide variety of options. Nice new location with lots of space. Can be very busy though. Good service.
Carries the Corona Village name, but does not meet the same standard. Food is of lower quality, and prices are just as high. Staff's almost non-existent English can make ordering an adventure. However, it's still decent Mexican food, and, considering the alternatives, may be a decent choice for carry-out lunch.