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Reviewed November 8, 2020 via mobile

Our 3rd and probably last time getting from this place. We have many other better local places to order from. This last time we got the grandma's 6 cut pizza ($13.95), gnocchi with meatballs ($19.45) and a side of fries ($3.50). The pizza was insanely...greasy and the cheese and sauce both tasted like absolutely nothing. I ate one piece and was finished. The gnocchi was homemade, but was a tad overpriced. We will say this last time delivery didn't take as long as the last time.More

Date of visit: November 2020
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Reviewed July 24, 2020 via mobile

We ordered once before when they first opened and I couldn't remember if we liked it or not. Tonight we ordered a pizza with onions, a side of meatballs and a side of fries. While waiting for the delivery I stated to read Google reviews...and the way the business responded to customer reviews really bothered us. So before the food even came we decided we wouldn't order from them again. The business responds in an incredibly rude and demeaning way. No way to run a business if you want it to last. Back to the food.. So after an hour we got our delivery. I was a little worried bc it was around 9:50pm when we got it and Google showed they closed at 9:30pm. So I really thought it wouldn't arrive. My boyfriend said the meatballs were great and he really enjoyed them. The pizza was warm, not hot and also wasn't cut all the way through. We did like the chunks of onion and there was a good amount. The fries were cold and soggy. Decent pizza, decent prices, but not kind to their customers. (Read responses on Google to see what I mean)More

Date of visit: July 2020
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Reviewed January 30, 2019

Arcaro's the Next Generation has a menu offering items such as : mini potato pancakes, fried calamari, wing bites, strombolis, soups, salads, calzones, kids meals including but not limited to, hot dogs and fries, an assortment of round and old forge style pizzas, hoagies, clubs,...burgers, Italian Entrees, Platters, Desserts and more! Francine said hands down every single night they sell out of their Deep Dish Fried Pizza. -- On my visit, the Arcaro family and staff presented me with a variety of menu items to devour, photograph, and enjoy. First the Crab stuffed mushrooms, which are served every Friday and Saturday evening and were one of her late husband's favorite appetizers. Second, Housemade Gnocchi which is made every week and filled with Impastata rather than the usual potato you see in gnocchi dishes, and topped with homemade meatballs that are amazing! I had never had gnocchi served this way before and I really enjoyed the richness and creaminess that the Impastata gave in every bite! Garlic Parm Wing Bites- drizzled in a garlic parm sauce and served with blue cheese and celery, Im a wing bite fanatic so I like to try them everywhere I go! Double Crust White Pizza- My favorite menu item! Its baked to a golden perfection, and stuffed with ooey-gooey cheese and any topping you want. I just had mine plain and I was eating it for days! I love pulling the double crusts apart to see the cheese stretch fresh outta the oven. Old Forge Red Plain Pizza- As we know, Old Forge Style Pizza is the house and family favorite in NEPA. This is where my preference for pizza differs from the norm. I wasn't raised in this area. I was born in NJ, raised about an hour or so from here until I was 10, and lived in Ohio until I was 20. I was raised mainly on NY style pizza - you know the slices that are as big as a paper plate that leave grease behind and has thick crust that breaks your jaw and takes hour to eat? However, the pizza is terrible in Ohio, so when I move back here about 10 years ago, the first thing I ordered was Pizza. With that being said, I lived in Scranton for about 9 years... I lived close to Old Forge, and right next door to Maronis Pizza for 5 years. It just wasn't my style. I tried it from many different places and couldn't and still can’t understand why it's so popular? This is why I am very serious about telling people I am not a Food Critic. Everyone's tastes are different and everyone prefers different flavors, textures, and styles of food. I am not saying Old Forge Pizza is bad or gross or terrible. I am simply stating it's not for those raised outside of NEPA. You either love it, or you hate it. What I will tell you is, I have tried a lot of Old Forge Style Pizza in the past 10 years... Arcaro's the Next Generation, may have some of the better OF pizza that I have tried. It's not exactly like Old Forge Pizza- it's thicker... yet not exactly Sicilian. The sauce tastes a little different, and that is why I will say that I thoroughly enjoyed their OF Style Pizza. The red pizza came out hot and fresh, and I recommend it to anyone in the area. As the double crust white pizza was my favorite, I would try the red pizza again. Holy Cannoli! Again, I will state I am not a Food Critic. However, I find something I like I will let you know- I am not shy when it comes to matters of the gut! I was hesitant on ordering a cannoli. I hate cannolis- yes I hate them. Mainly because they are stuffed with marscapone- an Italian Cream Cheese that my taste buds just don't agree with. When Francine told me she fills theirs with Impastata, or mixed ricotta, my eyes got bigger than my plate and I asked her for one. There is only one other place in the area that I have been to that makes them this way and it’s up in Dunmore and I haven't been able to find one since. Needless to say I licked the plate clean and this was my favorite item I devoured that night. I can see myself stopping in for one or two..or ten in the near future. If you'd like information on ingredients in these dishes please contact Arcaro's directly.More

Date of visit: January 2019
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