Ambridge >Pizza House
Highly recommended. We've tried many different pizzas and always end up back at Pizza House, which we call Police Station Pizza. The price is right, the food tastes great, and they don't skimp on the toppings. We probably buy 45% of our pizza there, 45% at another location and the other 10% is spent searching for a place as good as it gets (Pizza House).
I remember Pizza House from when I was a little kid. Back then they were located at 13th St. and Merchant St. Around the house we called it 13th Street Pizza, still do. My very first tast of Pizza came from the Pizza house and to this very day is still among my favorite places to head for good Pizza.
I now live in Northern Virginia and let me tell you, you can't get a decent Pizza down here, especially if you have Pizza House Pizza as your standard. Pretty big standards to fill.
My wife and I still have family back in Beaver County, so I make sure that just about everytime we head home for a visit, we stop at Pizza House and order a tray or two.
Pizza House Pizza... food of the gods!
Damn, I wish they were down here in Northern Virginia.
You Deserve this "Quick Fix". Pizza House has the most interesting beginnings. The building is an old police station. Although it is strictly takeout/delivery, you'll be hooked from the first bite-delivered to your door, or enjoyed at the little park down the street. The square crust can also be bought plain; your selection of toppings are heartily packaged for your own assembly at home. This crust is airy, with a crunchy outside skin the most delectable flavor I've ever found. Better than homemade, the sauce is not too sweet nor acidic. Toppings are heaped with reckless abandon. Buy it by the slice, quarter, half or whole; fresh from the oven ready to eat or cold, ready to assemble, your mouth will water in anticipation. Truly there is no better pizza in Pittsburgh. In business for over 30 years, the Pizza House rules.
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