Three Montgomery County spots are among the eleven places that make the best tomato pie in the Philadelphia region, writes Kae Lani Palmisano for The Philadelphia Inquirer.
At Corropolese Bakery and Deli, with locations in Norristown, Royersford, and Audubon, offers the light spongy dough with a slightly crunchy crust that is covered with a layer of sweet tomato sauce topped with a light dusting of Romano cheese.
You can also order additional toppings ranging from pepperoni and cheese to eggplant, among others.
Conshohocken Bakery is a good option if you are looking to offer this popular app at a party.
In addition to making a mouthwatering good pie with a smooth tomato sauce drizzled with olive oil, the eatery will decorate the pie with a logo or message by stenciling it in garlic powder and cheese.
Their version is so good and opulent that it can serve as a stand-alone meal rather than just as an appetizer or snack.
Read more about where to get the best pie in The Philadelphia Inquirer.
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