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That Italian Place Ristorante Opening December 16th

That Italian Place, located at 150 Bridge Street, will be expanding to include a dining room starting December 16th. From an email I received:

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We are excited to announce the opening of That Italian Place Ristorante on Tuesday, December 16.

As you enter through the doors of That Italian Place Market & Pizzeria, you will have the opportunity to peruse the many DiBruno Bros. gourmet cheese selections, Boar's Head meats, a variety of olives and pepper shooters, coffees and frozen pastas. Head to the back of the market and arrive at the Hostess stand to be seated and prepare to choose from many specialty entrees our chef has put together for you.

We will be opening for dinner beginning at 4 p.m. We do accept Call Ahead Seating. Call us at 610-935-1800.

Looking forward to seeing you there!
Stephanie and Andy Pennisi
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Comments

Anonymous said…
I hope this place gets it's act together. I've had two good pizzas and one very bad one. The bad one was primarily because they apparently forgot to put the cheese on it. And the vegetables we ordered on it were a lot of vegetable stems instead of the vegetables. We brought it all the way home and ended up throwing it away because it was unedible and terribly inconvemient to take it back. It's unlikely I'll be going back.
Mike said…
Im not sure why they sell those pre-packaged frozen meals. When I first ordered it I thought it would be fresh but it was just re-heated and horrible. The stromboli I got was ok
Anonymous said…
Had a really primo Italian hoagie from there the other night. Great Amoroso type roll, high end capicola & proscuit, excellent provolone w/ gourmet olive oil.

I had high hopes for the pizza too...
Anonymous said…
The Italian meats are way too fatty. I feel that we're getting DiBruno leftovers, rather than the high quality Italian foods.

I still make the trek to 9th Street. The quality is better.

I'm very disappointed, because now that the cheese shop is gone, I was hoping that I wouldn't have to go to Philly for high-quality cheese and Italian foods.
Anonymous said…
I've ordered pizzas from here a lot and they are the best in the area in my opinion!
Anonymous said…
I love the pizza - especially the vodka sauce one !!! i thought they had a lot of different dinner and meal options...especially the ravioli !!!!! can't wait until the sit down section opens....
Anonymous said…
Mimmo's is the place for pizza in this town.
Celia said…
I do love the pizza here. I also like to get prosciutto from Volpi, http://www.volpifoods.com. They have the best tasting prosciutto and if you like to make your own pizza at home, you can buy their diced prosciutto (Volpini) to enhance the flavor!

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