A passion for sandwiches?

    Located in the heart of New Hope, Spatola’s Pizza is renowned for its delectable specialty sandwiches that have earned a devoted following among locals and visitors alike. With a commitment to quality ingredients, innovative flavors, and impeccable craftsmanship, Spatola’s has become a must-visit destination for sandwich enthusiasts.

    At Spatola’s, the focus is on creating sandwiches that transcend the ordinary. Each sandwich is a work of art, carefully crafted with attention to detail and a dash of culinary creativity. The menu features a diverse range of options to cater to various tastes and preferences, ensuring there is something for everyone.

    One of their signature sandwiches is the “Italian Stallion.” Packed with layers of flavorful Italian cold cuts, including genoa salami, prosciutto, and capicola, this masterpiece is topped with fresh mozzarella, roasted red peppers, and a tangy balsamic glaze.

    It’s a true celebration of Italian flavors and textures. For those craving a taste of the sea, the “Oceanic Delight” sandwich is a must-try.

    This culinary marvel combines succulent shrimp, tender crab meat, and creamy avocado, elevated with a zesty citrus aioli and a sprinkle of fresh cilantro. It’s a refreshing and satisfying choice that showcases Spatola’s commitment to quality seafood.

    Vegetarian options are not an afterthought. The “Mediterranean Garden” sandwich features a medley of grilled vegetables, including eggplant, zucchini, and bell peppers, accented with tangy feta cheese, Kalamata olives, and a fragrant basil pesto. It’s a delightful combination that will please even the most discerning herbivores.

    Whether you’re a carnivore, a seafood aficionado, or a vegetarian, Spatola’s Pizza on South Main Street has the perfect specialty sandwich to tantalize your taste buds. Check out their website at

    PHOTO CAP: Inside his restaurant is co-owner Louis Vanegas with the famous “Italian Stallion“ hoagie. 

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