Philadelphia, PA - Buck County, just a stone's throw from Philadelphia, is home to some of the region's most authentic old-world pizza. Like Spuntino Wood Fired Pizzeria, pumping out Neapolitan-style pies out of an imported wood-burning oven to Verrelli's Yardley Pizza's exceptional Sicilian pies and pizza-by-the-slice. Listed below are a few of our staff picks for The Best of Buck County Pizza Shops and Restaurants.
Ultimate Guide to The Best Pizza Bucks County, PA
Spuntino Wood Fired Pizzeria
This place uses a real imported firewood oven to bake their Pizza, in a cozy mini-mall setting. Spuntino serves up a Neapolitan-style, Pizza using only the freshest natural ingredients. This is a delicious, thin-crust pie with a chewy dough pie topped off with fresh mozzarella cheese. Spuntino pies are smaller-sized than your traditional 12' pie and meant to serve one or two people. Overall this is the perfect Neapolitan with a perfect crust and tops our must-try Buck County Pizza. 22 S Main St, Doylestown, PA 18901
Not your standard family-owned and operated pizza shop, this palace has been run by four generations of Pizzaiolos pumping out crisp, crunchy crusted pies with their own homemade sauce and seasonings. They have been serving up their signature tomato pies for over 80 years now. With dough made daily and cooked perfectly, and the sauce is flavorful and topped off with a mix of mozzarella and light Parmesan. 3718 Bristol Pike, Bensalem, PA 19020
Verrelli's Yardley Pizza
It's great to find a place using fresh dough and choice ingredients like the pies at Verrelli's Yardley Pizza. This is one of our favorite Bucks County Pizzeria. Verrelli's is a great little BYOB shop featuring thin-crust pies and pizza-by-the-slice, along with an exceptional Sicilian Pizza. The crust is cooked to perfection and complemented with its own tasty sauce. They even have some "secret" items that will not find on the menu. 20 S Main St, Yardley, PA 19067
Acqua e Farina
Acqua e Farina is keeping The Napoli's traditions alive at this family-owned and operated brick oven imported directly from Naples. This neighborhood restaurant brings the spirit of Italy alive with authentic Neapolitan pies, made with only the freshest ingredients. But, the menu goes beyond the Pizza to include antipasti, salads, pasta, and other wood fire entrees. 50 Richboro Rd, Newtown, PA 18940
A casual spot with thin-crust pies and a selection of slices to go, and they offer both thick and thin-crust styled Pizza, but If you like thicker Pizza, this place is for you. Brothers pizzas are made using only the freshest ingredients based on a family recipe, with a friendly staff, a neighborhood vibe, and a beautiful outdoor seating area. 110 N Pine St, Langhorne, PA 19047
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Written By: Philly Bite Magazines Staff
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