Montco's Best Tomato Pie
Where to eat tomato pie in Montgomery County, PA
Montco's bakeries and pizzerias are serving up the classic tomato pie, many using the same family recipe passed down for generations. Here are our top spots to find the regional classic, just in time for Pi Day on March 14.
CORROPOLESE BAKERY AND DELI
Norristown, Audubon & Limerick
This family-owned bakery is the real deal. Since 1924, they've been making their famous tomato pie with the freshest and highest quality ingredients. Sold in quarter or whole sheets, you can even get the Philadelphia Eagles, Phillies or Flyers logo made from grated cheese on your pie.
CONSHOHOCKEN ITALIAN BAKERY
Since 1973, Conshohocken Italian Bakery has been baking the best Italian treats, including breads, pastries, and of course, tomato pie. Made with homemade tomato sauce, this pie is sure to be a hit with everyone in your family.
COLLEGEVILLE ITALIAN BAKERY
A Montco favorite, Collegeville Italian Bakery has been turning out excellent tomato pies (among other delights) from the same location for the past 20 years. They've gained many fans for their pies, including their custom creations made from a dusting of cheese.
Carlino's tomato pie is made with their signature fresh chunky tomato basil sauce. Stop in for a slice or a whole pie, and don't forget to grab some of their other spectacular gourmet meals to-go.
SAM'S ITALIAN MARKET & BAKERY
For a thick slice of Italian bakery heaven, look no further than the tomato pie at Sam's Italian Market. For over 50 years, Sam's has been serving up fresh pastas, sausages and other Italian favorites in the Philadelphia area.
TRIOS TOMATO PIE
Glenside & Elkins Park
When tomato pie is in the name, you know it's something special. In addition to the traditional favorite, Trios also makes a variety of white tomato pies.
CHIARO'S PIZZA RESTAURANT
Green Lane, Skippack & Pennsburg
Chiaro's makes great pizza and they make a mean tomato pie too. Their Sicilian tomato pie features their signature three tomato blend sauce, garlic, orgeno and parmesan cheese.