Our dough is made fresh by hand in House using only quality ingredients and bakes up light and crisp. Each shell is topped with our own sauce made of choice tomatoes and lightly seasoned to perfection! We also shred fresh our own blend of Italian cheeses to create the perfect taste and melt for your pizza. Perfect taste is enhanced when you add your favorite toppings! How about cool banana peppers & black olives with extra cheese or spicy pepperoni, sausage, and mushrooms? Stop by our downtown Erie Pizza shop and try our cuts of pizza by the tray (24 cuts) or one at a time topped how YOU want them… one cut or 100 its up to YOU! Our goal is to provide our customers with the most wholesome, delicious, handmade pizza and COOKIES each and every day. No freezers, No fryers at Virgil’s Plate. Seriously… the best pizza in Erie!
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