Editor’s Note: Last year, Michael and Nicole Borrell began reviewing Lebanon Valley’s restaurants and eating attractions as the Lebanon Valley Food Critics. Since then, the couple has aimed to offer unbiased reviews of the eating and drinking establishments the Lebanon Valley has to offer. LebTown is pleased to be partnering with LVFC to share these reviews with our readers. Bon appétit!

After a busy day at work, and then grocery shopping to prepare for our church’s weekend retreat, I was hungry and didn’t want to make a big meal. One critic had a late lunch, so I was on my own tonight. I wondered where we hadn’t been yet to review between Hershey and home.

I was in a fog of hunger until I came to Campbelltown, at the intersection of Route 322 and Lynmar Ave – Soprano’s Pizza.

I had stopped here once before and had a delicious lunch of a (massive) slice of white broccoli pizza. I was impressed. And we pass by here all the time because it’s right next to one of our favorite ice cream shops, Annie’s.

Soprano’s Pizza

50 Lynmar Ave.
Palmyra, PA 17078


Monday: Closed
Tuesday: 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Wednesday: 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Thursday: 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Friday: 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Saturday: 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Sunday: 12 p.m. to 10 p.m.

I stopped and ordered my standard pizza shop order, a cheesesteak hoagie. A classic cheesesteak with lettuce, tomato, mayo, and hot peppers. You’ve seen a ton of our reviews with this exact order. Maybe our next “wars” series should be cheesesteaks? This cheesesteak was a standout; perfectly chopped steak, cheese, hot peppers with a good amount of mayo, lettuce, and tomato. The roll was a softer version of those famous Philly Amoroso rolls everyone knows and loves.

The second critic grabbed a slice from here on another day. The slice they got was the chicken, bacon & ranch ($3.50). This slice comes with thinly sliced chicken and a tasty ranch dressing. Bacon crumbles adorn throughout however, they were not even spaced out on the slice. But that was its only fault. The crispy bottom and dough flavor made this one of my new favorites in the area. I’m not a pizza fan, but this made me want to go back for a whole pie.

Our take: Soprano’s Pizza offers a vast menu of Italian options such as pizza, pasta, and subs. The rest of the items on the menu looked amazing and I’m looking forward to trying them for a sit-down meal. A top-quality slice of pizza and a nice crispy bottom. I also wanted to try an arancini, or rice ball, but I completely got sidetracked when ordering. They looked good in the display case. The staff was friendly despite me being hangry when I couldn’t really decide what I wanted (even though we all know I’d order the same thing I always order). I can’t wait to bring the family here for a good Italian meal.

We give this place ????.

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