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Joe Santucci's Original Square Pizza
Posted by Jesse on 09/25/2014
I have been a Santucci pizza consumer since 1969 when it was at O st and Luzerne.(the original Mom & Pop store) Woodhaven Santucci is far from the original. The taste is there but buried by thick crust. Too much like "pizza bread" rather than pizza pie.
Posted by j . saville on 06/22/2014
I went to Santuccis for the first time tonight. We were greeted by a miserable hostess. She was unwelcoming and treated my party of 6 as if we were an inconvenience. Every time one of my family members or I ordered a drink, the waitress had to see if the bartender had the ingredients to make it. The fan was blowing directly on our table. We asked the waitress if she could turn it down so our food and ourselves would not get cold and her response was, "Well, it is summer." When the bus boy turned the fan down for us, the waitress continued to talk about how the fan could not be turned down anymore. We will not be attending this restaurant again simply because we were treated as if we were an inconvenience. We are down to earth people and we wanted to have a pleasant dining experience as a family; the grumpy hostess and rude waitress ruined that.
Posted by Greg on 07/20/2012
I just ordered a pizza for pick up and the order taker on the phone tells me it is a 40 minute wait... For pick up? Come on now! Pick up your game!
Posted by SundayFunday on 03/11/2011
Get the "works" pizza and substitute roasted for green peppers and you will agree. Some of the best sausage I ever had, and even the plain pie is amazing. Jimmy at Cottman and Frankford makes the best pie and always treats me and my friends feel like family.
Posted by anonymous on 03/04/2011
I live in the area and this is a "Must-Go". The atmosphere and food is legendary and Joe is always there to keep ppl happy. The pizza is pricey but worth it. A Large weights about 20 lbs.! Tons of toppings and the dough and crust is to die for; same with the Calzones. And Philly sports are always on the bankground.