New in Morrisville: Bella Sicily Pizzeria and Restaurant, a taste of Sicily located near the foot of the iconic Trenton Makes – The World Takes bridge.
Bella Sicily’s goal is to provide great food to happy customers using only the best and freshest ingredients on the market. Menu items feature traditional recipes and homemade sauces.
In addition to many varieties of pizza, specialties include paninis and pasta. Prices are competitive.
The restaurant is the latest chapter in Antonio Picone’s pizza-centric career. It is the eighth pizza restaurant that he has opened in the area.
In 1983, he opened a shop catacorner to the new establishment on East Bridge Street. A few years later that eatery moved across the street – to the current location! – and was eventually sold.
Tony continued to open pizza restaurants – in Holland, in Levittown, and in other lower Bucks County locations – 8 establishments in all over the course of nearly four decades.
This newest restaurant will be managed by his son-in-law Salvatore Catania.
A family affair, the business also includes his wife Rose and daughter, Gabriella.
A menu standout is the Cheesesteak Knot, available for dine in or carry out. Other highlights are the Brooklyn Pizza Pie, Sicilian Pizza and many specialties.
The chef will attempt to accommodate special requests.
Take a look at the menu online at bellasicilyofmorrisville.com.
You will see an array of tasty favorites like garlic knots, chicken or beef cheesesteaks, bruschetta, calamari fritti, rice balls, loaded French fries, wings, salads, burgers, breads, hoagies, hot subs, wraps, strombolis, and pasta served 15 ways. Truly something for everyone.
Credit and debit cards accepted.
Party trays are available and can include any items on the menu, such as wings and sandwiches and wraps for the gang. Delivery can be arranged for catering orders.
Bella Sicily is open from Monday to Saturday 10:30am to 9:00pm, closed Sundays.
The dining room is open (with social distancing).
Visit Bella Sicily at 44 East Bridge Street, Morrisville.
Call 215-295-2100 to reserve a table for a taste of Sicily.
PHOTO CAP: Sal and Tony and the wall of fame: a painted pizza paddle for each establishment Tony has opened over the decades.