3 N Sycamore St, Newtown, PA 18940
2102 S Eagle Rd, Newtown, PA 18940
842 Durham Rd, Newtown, PA 18940
50 Richboro Rd, Newtown, PA 18940
156 N State St, Newtown, PA 18940
2890 S Eagle Rd, Newtown, PA 18940
Newtown is known for its thick crust pizzas and that's a type of pie that goes with the style of town Newtown is. When you're somewhere as historically well-conserved as this town is, only traditional pizza makes the grade and newer, more Americanized pies just don't cut it. There is something indefinable about thick crust pizzas that puts them at the top of any rankings list going. It's not surprising this type of pie has been around for a few centuries in Italy and has been just as well-loved in the States. The simple basic combination of store cupboard ingredients blends together so well it could easily have been created by angels. Angels disguised as Italian grandmothers or ones wearing chef's clothing, but angels nonetheless for making those first pizzas and making sure the future generations had something undeniably tasty to eat.
Getting the best delivery pizza in Newtown is not difficult. All you have to do is give the Meglio Pizzeria on North Sycamore Street a call and they'll bring it right to your door. Meglio's have been baking pies for residents of Newtown for over twenty years and they do it in one of the most traditional ways which is in a wood-fired oven. Thick crust pizzas really don't get any more authentic than that. Meglio's premises are as Italian-style as their pizzas and the pizzeria has a homely atmosphere enhanced by thoughtful touches such as putting fresh flowers on the tables. That's not something you'll see often and even less if you're getting a delivery, but it does demonstrate a certain amount of professional care. That care goes into their delivery pies too as you'll find out for yourself if you order any one of their pesto, diavolo, or four cheese pizzas.
If you're one of the fortunate who have been spending the day at the Tyler State Park, or even been camping out there for a few days, you'll be pleased to know you can pack away the barbecue for once as you're in the vicinity of the best take-out pizza in Newtown. To be able to get the best take-out pizza in Newton, all you have to do is drive down Durham Road until you find Dominick's Pizza. Dominick's is housed in a bungalow-style premises which is part of a strip of stores fronted by a huge parking lot. It's big enough to cater for RVs or trailers so no worries if you're driving around in one of those as there's plenty of room to pull up in. Inside, Dominick's has an air of the traditional Italian trattoria created by the polished wood floor, stonework counter, and the artwork on the walls. Here you can pick up a slice of pie or order one from the menu. Whichever you have, it'll be good.
If you're in Newton and you have kids, then they're quite possibly driving you mad because they're bored. You can remedy that quite easily by taking a five-mile trip south to Woodbourne. The youngsters won't be any more interested in Woodbourne than they are in Newton but they'll absolutely love Sesame Place. This fun and very child-friendly theme park is based on the popular TV program and the kids will go crazy when they spot their larger-than-life favorite Sesame Street character walking about. When they've had enough turns on the rides and roller coasters, take them to the Mama Mia Trattoria for a pizza.
Head east out of Newtown and after driving for less than fifteen miles you'll have crossed over the Delaware River, and the state border, and be arriving at Trenton in New Jersey. For something different to do visit Grounds For Sculpture. This is not your typical art gallery or museum, but rather a collection of three hundred plus pieces of artwork distributed around forty-two acres of arboretum. Wearing comfortable shoes is a must-do if you plan on seeing all of the pieces. There are also indoor exhibits spread through several galleries showcasing new artists. When you've had your cultural fill drop in at Jerry's Pizza on South Broad Street for a pie.
Doylestown is a thirty minutes drive north-west of Newtown. It's a great place to visit for fans of history and historical buildings if you haven't already seen enough of those in Newtown. Doylestown has Fonthill Castle which is an early 20th-century castle-like structure built as a home for archaeologist Henry Chapman Mercer. The grandiose building now houses a museum containing the natural and not so natural treasures and artworks he accumulated in his lifetime. When you're ready for something to eat,drop in to Jules Thin Crust on South Main Street for a pizza.
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