Awarded Best Pizza in Town, 2 Years in a Row/ 2014 & 2015
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Amato's Pizza is your neighborhood Italian Restaurant and Pizzeria and has proudly served the Fairless Hills community for over 50 years! Our pizzeria opened in 1968 and has served patrons in the same location ever since. Our award-winning pizza has received the "Best Pizza in Town"award, two years in a row for 2014 & 2015!
We are proud of our family-friendly atmosphere and happy to serve fresh-made, authentic Italian dishes to locals and visitors alike. Everything is made fresh daily including pizza dough, breaded chicken and traditional Italian sauces. Dine in or take-out... Amato's Pizza is delicious either way!
This is my favorite pizza place in Fairless Hills. I love their garlic knots! I can't give them 5 stars because we've had a few bad pizzas but this is our place to order from. It also gets super insanely busy which has been when our food wasn't as good. I wish they would deliver but we live five minutes away so we really can't complain too much.
Great pizza for this area. Despite the number of pizza joints I know of very few that make a quality pizza. Amato's is one of those places. The crust is great - crisp, chewy, and delicious. They don't use sub par cheese that other places use which make their pies way too salty. I'd take this place over V&S, Julio's, etc. any day.
Las Cruces, NM
I never cared much for Pizza until visiting Amato's. When you walk in the door, you stare straight ahead at a counter full of many varieties of pizza by the slice (and a busy staff of chefs behind it). Tomato pies (three kinds), buffalo chicken, chicken parmesan, plain, taco, barbecue, and various traditional toppings. Of course, you can order a pizza with your favorite combination, too. The crust here is perfect. Always crunchy, and the toppings don't slide off in one big carpet of cheese when you take your first bite. So I've transformed from a person who said "Pizza tonight? Oh...all right..." to a regular who often stops in for a quick lunch or dinner. I have tried all of the tomato pie varieties (my favorites), the chicken parmesan, the buffalo chicken, and the white pie with ricotta, garlic, and spinach. All great! Rice balls are a nice treat, too. Husband tried a steak sandwich and gave it a 5 star rating. Many other Italian items are on their menu - I will venture off the pizza menu eventually, promise. BTW, if you are of a relatively light appetite (one or two slices), a satisfying meal is frequently in the single dollar sign tier.