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Perkasie Pizza and Pasta: a Dough-Licious Destination!

Nolbin Cordero
Food from Perkasie Pizza

Perkasie Pizza and Pasta is a family restaurant located at 615 West Market Street, in you guessed it- Perkasie. They specialize in Italian cuisine and pizza, of course. The vast menu ranges from pasta, chicken, veal, and seafood entrees to specialty salads, wings, and hot sandwiches. Along with its excellent food, Perkasie Pizza has a bright and welcoming environment. Upon entering the building, customers are greeted enthusiastically, whether they are there to pick up their order, to place a walk-in order, or to dine in. Aside from that, they also offer delivery service to anywhere within a 5-mile radius. The best way to place an order for pickup or delivery is by making a quick phone call to the store. The phone number can be found on Google. Customers can also order through the Perkasie Pizza and Pasta website or other websites, like Slice, Doordash, Uber Eats, or Grubhub. Aside from being a popular take-out spot, Perkasie Pizza is open daily for dine-in. It opens at 10 a.m. and closes at 9 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 10 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. The dining room is a decent size, with 16 tables, eight of which are comfy booths.

Perkasie Pizza and Pasta has become a go-to spot for many people who live in the area. It has its fair share of loyal customers who naturally become regulars. One customer, Linda Rhodes, said, “I’ve been coming here for at least 24 years. We come every single Tuesday and very rarely miss a week.” When asked why she keeps coming back, she replied, “I like that when I come here, I never have to eat alone. Whether I have company or not, the servers are very friendly and will always engage in conversation and a good laugh.” Another regular customer, Gloria Sullivan, said, “I would recommend PPP to others because they have excellent food, a clean environment, friendly staff, and are always accommodating.”

The restaurant is a popular destination for families. Perkasie Pizza and Pasta’s owner, Nolbin Cordero, said, “We are a family-run business, and we welcome and treat all of our customers like they are part of the family as well.” He has owned the restaurant for eight years, since 2016. “My favorite part about owning this business is seeing everyone work together as a family and help each other out, especially during a rush,” said Cordero.

In addition to the dining room, Perkasie Pizza also has a banquet room in the back. This room can cater to up to 40 people. It is perfect for larger groups who would like a private dining experience. The banquet room can be reserved for any occasion. It is commonly used for baby showers, birthday parties, corporate meetings, funeral receptions, and family get-togethers. There is no fee to reserve the room; interested parties may call in advance and confirm availability. Parties can choose between individually ordering per person or referring to the catering menu, which offers customizable plans for every situation.

Whether dine-in, take-out, or delivery, Perkasie Pizza and Pasta welcomes customers into the family with open arms. They are dedicated to providing the community with delicious homemade Italian meals with fresh ingredients. They also involve themselves in the community by participating in fundraisers for the local Pennridge schools, doing gift card giveaways, and making charitable donations. Perkasie Pizza and Pasta truly captures the essence of community and authentic Italian cuisine. Don’t miss out on this local gem!


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Teagan McCalley, Student Writer
Teagan McCalley, Grade 12. Interests/hobbies include traveling, hanging out with friends and family, cooking, crafting, skiing, hiking, and going to the beach. Teagan plans to attend college after high school, possibly at West Chester, and possibly for early childhood education.

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