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Peppe‚??s in Plains Township

February 19. 2013 7:45PM
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Game-day fans told us this pizza was sweet, literally and figuratively! Read on.

STYLE OF FOOD: Pub food: pizzas, wings, bolis, calzones, hot and cold subs, salads, antipasto.

DRESS & D√?COR: Ultra-casual.

SERVICE: Friendly, quick, great for pick-up, but there is a small eat-in area.

Have to say the pizza was indeed the star here. Choices are Neapolitan or Sicilian, and we went with the former. The sweet sauce and not-too-thin, not-too-thick crust made the best impression. Cheese was well-proportioned.

OTHER MENU HIGHLIGHTS: Bolis are plentiful and have a touch of the different in each offering. A cheesesteak boli was teeming with meat and loaded with cheese, but, in an unfortunate mistake, our dough was somewhat undercooked. We'd guess this is an unusual occurrence and would give it a second chance. A three-cheese calzone had cheese pouring out of it, but the cheese was weighted heavily in favor of Ricotta. We did wish for a bit more nuance. You can add a meat for a small upcharge, so we chose sausage. The dices were small but present, and the addition was a good one to kick in some extra flavor.

The usual.

PRICES: Lower-priced than several competitors, which is a budget-friendly plus.

THE LOCATION: 52 East Carey St., Plains. A cute and friendly spot.

CONTACT: 570-270-4589.

OVERALL IMPRESSION: Worthy and worth a revisit. A few minor tweaks here and there, and we might flag the spot as a favorite.

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