Mangia!: Readers' Choice for Best Italian Restaurant

Where do you like to go for Italian cuisine in the Lansdale, Montgomeryville or surrounding area?

Mangia! Mangia!

Where do you think is the best place to get Italian cuisine?

What Italian place in our area's food hits your eye like a pizza pie?

is BYOB/BYOW, located in Montgomery Township. Is that where you go to relax and eat with some vino?

in Hatfield is known for its Wednesday night wings special. Is it's Italian cuisine just as special?

Perhaps you prefer to cruise to North Wales and big up a pie - cash only - at Tony's Pizza Palace.

Fiore's at Ralph's Corner is tucked away near Ross. Is it a hidden Italian gem in the area?

Up the street from there is at Towamencin Shopping Village, another restaurant known for its cuisine. 

Main Street in Lansdale has , which is another local favorite for Italian. Do you agree?

Head further down to Broad Street to sample a bit of Italia right in your backyard with or .

Strip malls in our area are great spots for Italian cuisine. Take at North Penn Marketplace in Upper Gwynedd or on Welsh Road in Montgomery Township.

has always been an Italian staple in Lansdale, and Montella's Pub on Broad Street is an up-and-coming favorite.

If bigger is better, then head to Bacco in Montgomery Township. Do you like its Italian menu?

Vinny's Pizzarama is a favorite for the Hatfield bretheren, as is , which has a history of Italian cuisine.

If you don't mind the drive, how about Fasageo's in Sellersville? Never been there? Ask around and see how many like it for Italian food.

Voting is open until Friday at 9 a.m. Vote as often as you like, as much as you like. 

If we missed a restaurant, let us know in the comments or email and we'll add it to the poll. 

The most votes by Friday at 9 a.m. wins the title of Readers' Choice for Best Italian Restaurant. 

And the only way to break a tie is by the number of comments for a specific restaurant - so share and promote below!


ken grabert March 30, 2012 at 12:37 AM
Fasageo's in Sellersville is wonderful! They have a stuffed veal with jumbo lump crabmeat on top that is delicious. It is quaint old inn run by family, not a chain restaurant. Lots of variety from pastas to filet mignon. They also have alot of craft beers and DT on tap.
Jonelle Buckley March 30, 2012 at 01:29 PM
La Campagnola would have 100 votes from me! Running a business especially with family members is no easy feat. The food is delicious and we have closed the place down many times and the family has never rushed us. You can't tell me that in your day to day work environment you haven't raised your voice or gotten upset with a co-worker. In a restaurant it just so happens there is an audience. Definitely give them another chance.
Bette April 19, 2012 at 05:32 PM
Have not been back to LaCapanola for 2 years because of the rude mother. there are no excuses for her behavior. she is in the wrong business. definitely does not have to deal with nor appreciate her customers. I for 1 have more respect for myself then to suffer abuse for the sake of a good meal.
ml August 10, 2012 at 05:16 AM
I love Ariana's! They are friendly, and the food is always consistently good.
ml August 10, 2012 at 05:19 AM
I understand exactly what you are saying because my husband and I had a similar experience here, and it was no misunderstanding. I work with the public every day, and acting out or losing your temper in front of customers is unprofessional and unacceptable. There is no excuse for it. If this place were in an area where they had more competition, and the expectations were higher, they'd never get away with such bad service. I'd never go back to this place again because there are lots of other places that I can go where the food is better, and they appreciate my business.


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