One of the last pizza places around to still put Green olives on a pizza and OMG is it ever delicious. Be sure to try to Bethel park Location too they have the best italian hoagies and a cant beat lunch special too.
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I tried the new Don Campiti's Pizzera on Route 88 in Bethel Park, PA behind Sheetz. It was something new, something different from Pizza Hut and Danny's Parkview Pizza. I couldn't have been more pleased with my decision to try their food. The Pepperoni Pizza...More
Campiti's used to be our go-to place for thin-crust pizza. Toward the end of Don's reign, the quality suffered. The sauce was often bland and the staff was either dismissive or surly. When the new regime took over, some things improved. The sauce is definitely...More
I've been going here for 52 years went there a couple days ago ordered a large pizza with pep/sausage and a whole Italian hoagie. They have cut the amount of sausage they use to put on in half the hoagie was all lettuce I had...More
I really love this place, nice crisp pizza. I especially love the crispy pepperoni on top because that's how I prefer it (not all soggy underneath the cheese). When you order out, the pizza comes in a big brown paper bag wrapping, which is a...More
You know that saying, "Any pizza is better than no pizza"? This is the exception. I've probably eaten a full ton of pizza in my 50+ years on this planet. This was the first one I threw out. I went there because of positive reviews...More
Their pizza is the traditional cut but it has a distinctive flavor. Their toppings taste homemade. The sausage is ground very small which gives it such a good taste. They have been around for 50 years in the same location which says something for them.
New owner is a joke. Owner has manager fire a 40 year employee over the phone. No balls to handle the situation himself or in person. Nice way to operate a business. Idiot
Went to get a sandwich before the Pirates game. Only had 15 minutes to be able to catch the train, so we ordered the $9 Italian cold sub. Boy, that was a mistake. The sandwich had extremely thick bread, and plenty of shredded lettuce and...More