Philadelphia, PA - Where can you get Philly's best pizza for takeout or delivery during the coronavirus shutdown? From wood-fired pizza to specialty pies, we have you covered.
Philadelphia Pizza During the CORVID-19 Pandemic
Below are five of our favorite Pizza shops open during the Coronavirus shutdown that deliver or offer takeout.
- Square Pie – A cozy eatery offering up Sicilian pizza, plates of pasta in a homey spot. Open 7 nights a week, take-out only, starting at 4 pm. During COVID-19, our take-out hours are 4-8 pm - or whenever sold out. 801 E Passyunk Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19147.
- Pizzeria Vetri - A popular Philly restaurant offering Neapolitan pizza out of a custom-made oven. Pickup and deliver only at all three locations.
- Pizzeria Stella - Wood-fired pizza along with gourmet garnishes such as black truffle along with homemade gelato. Phone orders are taken for pickup 12-noon to 9 pm 420 S 2nd St, Philadelphia, PA 19147.
- Pizzeria Beddia – Popular for its regular pie specialties offered in tight quarters. Accepting pre-orders for pickup 7 days a week, from 3-8 pm daily. Call anytime between 10 am and 5 pm to place an order. 1313 N Lee St, Philadelphia, PA 19125.
- Chick's - A large selection of specialty pizzas, cold beer, and various other pub fares. Open Wed-Sun, pickup & delivery as well as wine & beer. 1807 Washington Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19146.
Written By: Philly Bite Magazines Staff
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Best Philadelphia Pizza Delivery
Genos Steaks - It may be across the street from the oldest cheesesteak joint in town, but Geno’s Steaks is a formidable competitor going roll-for-roll with Pat’s for more than 50 years. The key to success for the 24/7 spot? Quality thinly sliced rib-eye steak for maximum juiciness, the freshest of onions, and house-made bread. 1219 S. 9th Street, (215) 389-0659, genosteaks.com
Gooey Looie’s - With a name like Gooey Looie’s, the kitchen isn’t going to skimp on the meat. The Pennsport deli plumps up its sandwiches with a beyond-generous helping of steak and cheese that demands many napkins—and sometimes utensils. 231 McClellan Street, (215) 334-7668, gooeylooies.com
Pat’s King of Steaks - The original home of the cheesesteak, Pat’s King of Steaks has been owned and operated by the Olivieri family for 87 years and counting. A 24-hour shop, Pat’s shuts down for only 48 hours each year: Thanksgiving and Christmas. 1237 E. Passyunk Avenue, (215) 468-1546, patskingofsteaks.com