958 County Line Rd, Bryn Mawr, PA 19010
602 Lancaster Ave, Bryn Mawr, PA 19010
192 Landover Rd, Bryn Mawr, PA 19010
905 Conestoga Rd, Bryn Mawr, PA 19010
College students, male and female, are renowned for always being hungry and the students of Bryn Mawr are no different from any others. Young appetites take some satisfying too so Bryn Mawr is known for traditional thick crust pizza. It's not the only type of thick crust you can get in Bryn Mawr as you'll find the spongy-based Sicilian-style pie is very popular too. In Bryn Mawr, the more dough the better and there's nothing like a good dose of carbs to help get you through a session of nighttime pre-exam cramming.
Generations and generations of young Italians have grown up eating thick crust pizza and although there are other types of pies available now in America, the same can be said about the youth of the States. Thick crust is a simple but tasty combination of bread dough, tomato sauce, and cheese that could be classed as the fast food of the past, the present, and maybe even the future too.
There are times when one pie just won't do and you need pizza deliveries in bulk. For whatever reason you need more than one regular pizza delivered, you'll find the best delivery pizza in Bryn Mawr in quantities comes from Sun Valley Pizza and Catering on Lancaster Avenue. Sun Valley Pizza are experts in delivering big orders of high-quality pies in record time. They're absolute speed machines in the kitchen when they're prepping and at boxing the pies too. They don't just do mass production of pies but are more than happy to deliver you one if that's all you need. If you enjoy a good gourmet pie then you'll like the ingredient combinations Sun Valley have on their menu. Their South Western, Monterey, and Wai Ki Ki are all pizzas well worth splashing out for.
If you're out and about and spot Conestoga Style Pizza, don't walk past their door. Go in and you'll get the best take-out pizza in Bryn Mawr. This family-run pizzeria has been operating for over forty years and no one survives that long in the pizza business if they don't make great pies. Conestoga Style Pizza's premises are on Conestoga Road and while it is starting to show the wear of four decades of trading, it's a comfortable joint in a homely sort of way. That's the great thing about their pizzas too. They're just like any nonna would have made back in the day so you'll be in for a true Italian bite when you get your take-out from here. There's nothing flash, fancy or gourmet about their pizzas. They're just good pies you'll want to dig into time and time again.
Bryn Mawr is a small place so if you want to see a few more people wandering the streets, get in your car and head ten miles north to Norristown. Although Norristown is around ten times as big and ten times more heavily populated than Bryn Mawr, there's still not a great deal to do there. If you're into trout fishing you could spend the day casting your hook at the Norristown Farm Park. Animal lovers will enjoy a visit to the Norristown Zoological Society or the Elmwood Park Zoo. Pizza lovers will be happy with a sit down at Rocco's Brick Oven Pizzeria on Sandy Hill Road. Norristown really doesn't get any better than that.
You could walk from Norristown to King of Prussia, but if you spend all day shopping in the mall there, you'd have to carry all of your purchases home, so going by car is a better idea. If shopping in huge malls is not your thing try a visit to the Valley Forge National Historical Park, the John James Audubon Center, or if you have kids, Arnold's Family Fun Center. To get the best pizza in King of Prussia go to Salvatore's Trattoria and Pizzeria on North Henderson Road.
Philadelphia is less than fifteen miles from Norristown so there's no excuse for not making the most of this city's amazing cultural offerings. Spend the morning going round the Philadelphia Museum of Art or the Touch Please Museum, walk the Schuylkill River Trail, visit the Philadelphia Zoo, Philadelphia's Magic Garden or take a boat cruise down the Delaware River. Whichever you decide on, don't skip lunch. Drop in at Lorenzo and Son's on South Street and they'll feed you well.
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