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- Joined: 11/30/2005
- Location: Beaver Falls, PA
Re:Del's Restaurant - Liberty Avenue - Pittsburgh, PA - Restaurant Impossible
Sun, 06/24/12 4:08 PM
Buffetbuster, it's on the corner of 3rd St and Insurance St. Old, red painted brick building. You can barely tell there's a restaurant there. I've only eaten there once. Got chicken perm. It's okay, but I'd much rather go to Sal's in Chippewa or DiPietro's in West View. I've delivered there a few times and there were never more than a few people there.
For such a small town, there are quite a few good restaurants in Beaver. I usually eat lunch at either Philly Original's (hoagies, cheesesteaks etc) which is excellent, or Towne Square, which is a greasy spoon type with good CHEAP food. A meatloaf dinner with 2 slices, potato, veggie, salad, bread is $6. And they have good pies!
Come to think of it, there's a bunch of good places around here. I need to eat more!
A place I found here might be a must visit. Wooley Bully's in New Brighton. It's a small bar, but the guy does some wild pizzas. Big Mac, Italian hoagie, even a chipped ham barbecue one. It won 2nd place on channel 11's best pizza places.