Best Pizza in Latrobe Area?
lotsaluck

Greensburg, PA

#105 Aug 15, 2011
Its not exactly in the Latrobe Area,but the Red Brick Oven at West Point in the Small shopping plaza off rt. 130 behind the Speedy Mart use to have pretty good pizza. I dont know if they still do.
Lee

Port Matilda, PA

#106 Aug 16, 2011
lotsaluck wrote:
Its not exactly in the Latrobe Area,but the Red Brick Oven at West Point in the Small shopping plaza off rt. 130 behind the Speedy Mart use to have pretty good pizza. I dont know if they still do.
Agree. Not bad at all
Jericho

Chicago, IL

#107 Aug 16, 2011
I like Monday's pizza in Marguerite
Lee

United States

#108 Aug 16, 2011
Jericho wrote:
I like Monday's pizza in Marguerite
Yes that is good too

ArtGal

“Operation Duck Face”

Since: May 11

Quackers 4 You

#109 Aug 16, 2011
lotsaluck wrote:
Its not exactly in the Latrobe Area,but the Red Brick Oven at West Point in the Small shopping plaza off rt. 130 behind the Speedy Mart use to have pretty good pizza. I dont know if they still do.
My daughter lives in West Point and swears by Red Brick Oven.
Miller Tyme

Assumption, IL

#110 Aug 16, 2011
Monday's is good but I think it was a little better when Paulie was in the kitchen or maybe it just seemed that way. Paulie had his way of operating and I guess the kid (rob) got his - IMO he should have paid better attention over the years.
I've had several good ones at the Red Brick, good everything actually.!
Holiday pizza

Latrobe, PA

#111 Dec 21, 2011
Had Pizza Siena tonight and loved it. Definitely a pie with a traditional southwestern PA kind of taste. Not a thick crust, but certainly not a New York style thin crust. Perfectly cooked. Sauce was a little sweet, reminiscent of others in the area like that of the Loyal or Ginos. Very well done all around.
Latrobe res

Latrobe, PA

#112 Dec 21, 2011
Holiday pizza wrote:
Had Pizza Siena tonight and loved it. Definitely a pie with a traditional southwestern PA kind of taste. Not a thick crust, but certainly not a New York style thin crust. Perfectly cooked. Sauce was a little sweet, reminiscent of others in the area like that of the Loyal or Ginos. Very well done all around.
They have way over priced pizza and some of the rudiest employees. I would advoid this place at all costs.
LOK

United States

#113 Dec 22, 2011
LOK has a new pizza joint that he wants to share. It is called round house in new derry across from the school. The pizza is fantastic and in-expensive. Entire close family love it (13 of us.) Try it, I think you will like it.
Holiday pizza

Latrobe, PA

#114 Dec 22, 2011
The employees at Pizzz Siena were perfectly fine. (We ordered a pizza for takeout.) As for price, I suppose that's up to you to decide. Pricing is published on their web site. An extra large three topping pizza was about $20.
ruger

Wooster, OH

#115 Dec 22, 2011
LOK wrote:
LOK has a new pizza joint that he wants to share. It is called round house in new derry across from the school. The pizza is fantastic and in-expensive. Entire close family love it (13 of us.) Try it, I think you will like it.
That is derry, not new derry. Pizza is average.
viv

Pittsburgh, PA

#116 Dec 22, 2011
the pizza place by payless has real good food
ruger

Wooster, OH

#117 Dec 22, 2011
viv wrote:
the pizza place by payless has real good food
Unique Pizza. Its OK, not great, but OK.
pizza the hut

Elyria, OH

#118 Dec 22, 2011
Babe's in New Derry !
jjmdammit

United States

#119 Feb 27, 2013
Jim Moz wrote:
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Does anyone know when Halula's closed? I moved from Latrobe years ago, but used to hang out at Halula's a bit during Christmas and summer breaks from college. Can't say I enjoyed their pizza much, though. I thought it was one of the sorrier excuses for pizza in Latrobe.
Another that I'm curious about is when Harry's Pizza closed. My dad used to bring home a pepperoni pizza from Harry's every once in a while when he worked the 3-11 shift and I remember as a kid getting up from bed to have a slice with him when he got home.
Never cared for Halula's-stewed tomato instead of sauce.Harry's pizza in Jeannette closed in 1968.10 cents a slice...I'd pay a buck right now.

Since: Jan 11

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#120 Feb 28, 2013
A whole dollar, eh?

Yeah, the sauce on Halula's pizza was atrocious.
Phil

Latrobe, PA

#122 Mar 3, 2013
I heard there would be no more pizza. Is this true ? I keep driving around lookinf or Dominos and I can't find it. It looks like they are closed.
jmdammit

Mckeesport, PA

#123 Mar 3, 2013
Domino's isn't pizza...it's a "Pizza Type Food Product"
Dillingham

United States

#124 Mar 3, 2013
We just tried Sammy's.pizza this weekend. Pleasantly surprised. It was great!.And they had it ready in less than 5 min
Redneck

Latrobe, PA

#125 Mar 4, 2013
I have many doubts about any pizza that can be ready in less than 10 minutes. I realize there are newer products on the market like self-rising crusts and other quick fixes...but it is sacrilegious to call something done in 5 minutes a pizza. Maybe a "pizza-type" food product as mentioned above...but it's not close to a thick, home-made dough, Sicilian style treasure that used to be available.

So you had to wait a half hour or more...the wait was worth it. And if you knew Grandma was making it for you...you just had to show up but leave enough time to visit.

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