Philadelphia, PA - With National Pizza Day right around the corner, Mama’s Meatballs and Pizzeria are ready to celebrate the holiday the best way they know-how, making their authentic pizzas. Joseph Argento, the owner of Mama’s, has been making pizza for almost his whole life. See... Mama’s Meatballs and Pizzeria's New York-style Pizzas Article on PhillyBite Magazine

When his family moved to this country, they set up shop and started years of tradition. With 21 years of experience, Joe has perfected the pizza many have come to know and love. On February 9th, National Pizza Day, Joe and his staff will be ready to serve the New Jersey and Philadelphia areas his delicious and authentic pizzas.

Mama’s Meatballs and Pizzeria in Pennsauken, New Jersey Highlights National Holiday with Famous Pizza

Mama’s Meatballs and Pizzeria use a pizza dough made with Italian standard flour, making it crispy and delicious. Their sauce is made with tomatoes, that they grind daily, mixed with sea salt, basil, and olive oil. With a blend of buffalo milk and whole milk mozzarella cheeses, Joe describes the rich taste of cheese you’ll find in every bite. Mama’s has such a unique pizza from fresh, homemade ingredients, which definitely sets it apart from other pizzerias in the area.

Mama’s Meatballs and Pizzeria offer a variety of different pizza styles to suit everyone’s taste. They offer New York, Sicilian, and Grandma style pizzas, all with many variations of toppings and style. The New-York-style pizza is offered in 14 different ways, and here are a few examples: Bianco (white garlic pie with shredded and fresh mozzarella, and ricotta), The New Yorker (red pie topped with shredded mozzarella, pepperoni, sausage, ricotta, and grated parmesan cheese) and a Margherita (a red pie topped with fresh mozzarella, basil, and olive oil). One always leaves Mama’s satisfied with a pizza pie that is delicious and perfectly suits their own taste and preferences!

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