Victory Pig, Pizza L'oven, Pizza Perfect are all examples of a regional style that uses a crust fried in oil. It's close to Sicilian, but the crust isn't as bready, it's crisp (obviously). The rectangular pies are made in a pan with a thin layer of oil in the bottom and cooked in a moderate oven. Sauce is sweet and VERY oniony (you have to ask for no onions), and not very savory (no oregano). It's best when it's fresh from the oven; it's commonly sold as slices that are reheated. Cheese is mild and creamy, and it is probably Monterey jack, at least on the white double crust pizza.
I didn't used to like the style but I've come around. I prefer both Pizza Perfect and Pizza L'oven to Victory Pig. VP is open weird hours, like Wednesday/Friday/Saturday evenings, and operates like an old carhop joint. Pizza Perfect in Trucksville (up Rt 309 toward Shavertown) is one of those cool places that accepts CASH ONLY. Pizza L'oven has two locations, Dallas PA and Hanover Twp PA; The Dallas location is paired with an ice cream custard stand and is carryout/picnic table only, and only open from May 1st through Oct 15th. I've never eaten at the Hanover Twp location.
I seriously don't know what this guy's problem is, typing "victory pig pizza" into Google yields approx 296,000 results. I hate it when people expect others to do their research for them, then bitch them out when they get ignored.
EDIT: Google, page 3... http://www.wyomingave.com/victorypig/index.html
I thought folks here might like the sign:
Victory Pig Pizza
World Famous Pizza
Open since 1942
905 Wyoming Avenue
Wyoming, PA 18644
Wed. Fri., Sat.
4:30 pm to 11 pm
Should we call them for you, too? Maybe place your order?