Anyone here claiming to know how all of the pizza in Old Forge is made is full of baloney. If one or some use American cheese that doesn't mean that all of them do...relax already!!
The 2 Girls from Old Forge have it right (we always said that the prettiest girls came Old Forge, btw) , each place has their unique style and flavor, and where I go to eat depends on what I'm in the mood for! There is no single best pizza place for all of us. I like Ghigarelli's, it feels to me like I'm over someone's house for dinner-big family, conversations carrying across the the place, patrons and staff know each other's names...good pizza to boot!
There posts in this thread of people driving to Scranton, W-B, Kingston, Moscow, etc. to taste OLD FORGE
pizza, whatsa matter, you think you're gonna get Old Forge pizza in Wilkes-Barre? You're crazy. Please, if you get some pizza in Dunmore and don't like it, don't state that Old Forge Pizza sucks!!!
The entire region is full of pizza places~~
here's some of them: coalregion.com/TopTen/pizza.htm
My favorite Old Forge pizza as a kid was Salerno's, then for a while Revello's, but today I'd have to say Cafe Rinaldi's for both red and white.
My favorite of all time is no longer there, Gabello's on Main Street in Duryea~~there's a place in D.C. (Dickson City~
) with the same name, but I don't know if they're connected. I don't see anyone here referring to it.
My current favorite area pizza is Colarusso's, where "The People from Old Forge come for Pizza"!! They have 4 locations, Avoca, Jessup, Clarks Summit, and Scranton...and I think they also have on on 309 not to far from the Blackman St exit.
Now there is Pizza L'Oven, which has a few locations:
This has been a family favorite for as long as I can remember. I'd stick to the basics though, the extra fancy new styles didn't do it for me.
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