Home of Salisbury University and the Shorebirds, Salisbury is a food hub for residents of the Lower Eastern Shore. Coffee shops, bars, and restaurants owned by chains and locals are all over the city. One thing Salisbury has plenty of is pizza parlors. Here are four places in Salisbury with superb pies.
Located in the Twilley Center, this long-standing parlor has pizza that's hard to beat. According to their website, their pies were voted the best on the Eastern Shore. At Lombardi's, authentic, stone-baked pizza is the star of the show, but that isn't the only thing good on the menu. You have to try the spicy fries, and the freshly baked desserts are always delicious. Pop in for a beer and a slice during lunch or bring your family out for an Italian-inspired dinner at this laid-back restaurant.
All the cool kids spend their Sundays watching football and sipping local craft beer at Specific Gravity, but you don't have to be in college to enjoy Specific's pizza. Basic pies are always available, but you can venture out and try one of their specialty pizzas like the Marylander, The Big Mmaack, or the Greek. Or, you can build your own pie with tasty toppings like crab, steak, fries, or crunchy wontons.
De Pietro's NY Pizza
You can get a little taste of New York at De Pietro's on Milford Street. Since 2004, this pizza parlor has served authentic, hand-tossed pizza. They have a passion for providing delicious, homemade food for the community, and pizza is just the beginning. Giant hero subs and hearty Italian dinners are also available for dine-in or take-out at De Pietro's. Whether you need food for a meeting or a party, De Pietro's can provide what you need. They even offer a special business lunch menu.
While Pizza City does offer dine-in, it's one of the best places to go for pizza take-out. With all your favorite bar food and Italian-inspired menu items, Pizza City is the perfect place to get food for a party or an indulgent Friday night dinner. If you like thick-crust pizza, you've come to the right place.