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Posted by John on 06/30/2013
No other pizza place can beat the great food and price of Romas. They are Untouchable !
Posted by anonymous on 06/16/2012
As a New Yorker who moved to PA a few years ago, I have been on the search for a good NY slice. I thought it would never happen since when I first got here all I saw were pan pizzas. Then I moved to Roxborough and found Roma's, and could not believe my taste buds! It is truly the best pizza I have had here, or anywhere. When my mom came to visit I got us a pie, and she was surprised to find this New York pizza so far from home. Try it out, you won't be disappointed.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/16/2012
i always liked this this pizza place i bin moved out of roxborough but i still come up that way for there food
Posted by Rocco on 11/10/2011
Just had Roma's pizza. People at the counter were very friendly and so was the pizza maker. Sat at a nice clean table. The owner came over and asked how I was enjoying my lunch. The PIZZA was delicious. You won't regret trying Roma's pizza if you have not tried it yet.
Posted by Sarah on 08/13/2011
The only place we were allowed to get pizza from when I was a kid and still the best. Perfect pizza every time.
Posted by bgirl on 10/25/2007
Really love the pizza! My boyfried loves the pepperoni and sausage that grilled right there fresh I still like the plain the best! The sicilian with lots of cheese is great too!
Posted by Nearby Resident on 02/01/2007
Decorated with photographs of Italian actors and paintings of Italian locations, Roma PIzza has provided an excellent product since 1971. For a price far better than Domino's, Papa John's, or any other chain, Roma delivers a superior product. The crust, the cheese, the careful use of tomato sauce, make for a pizza that can't be beat, and at under $10 for a large a product that costs under $1.25 for lunch. Locals add to the flavor as well. I came in a few days ago and saw a funny looking fellow sitting in a booth, scratching off lottery tickets. After a few minutes, I realized he'd passed out at the table, and an employee roused him, telling him not to 'fall asleep ' (pass out) again or he'd kick him out. He responded by saying that he wouldn't, that he promised he wouldn't, and that he'd worked hard that day. Needless to say, I pick up, but the dine-in option is appealing as well. I can't say I've ever had a better pizza experience outside of Chicago, so give Roma a try: You'll be back.