Pizzeria serves up the ‘Real’ deal

By Jeny Varughese
January 26, 2011

Real Pizza, a warm and welcoming shop, has been in business for over 45 years and is family owned and operated. Theo Kiziroglou, owner of the pizza shop for the past twelve-years, treats customers like family.

Real pizza is expected to move to a new location which, is across the street and down the corner from the present shop in Wayne.

“The new building is more spacious and we wanted to give something back to the customers for their dedication,” Theo Kiziroglou, owner, said.

Real Pizza won the Best of Philly award in 1992 and was also voted best cheese stake throughout community papers.

Real Pizza is welcoming to students from Cabrini, Eastern and Valley Forge Military Academy. Special discount prices are offered to all college students.

Cabrini College especially has a place in the store with posters and pictures from the college hung on the wall. They are big supporters of the men’s and women’s basketball team.

“I go there to eat between two to three times a week,” Saleem Brown, assistant director of admissions, said. “My favorite foods from there are their cheesteaks and grilled chicken pasta.”

According to Brown, for every away games the basketball team has they order hoagies from real pizza. Also, he has been going to Real Pizza for the past four years because of their friendly nature.

The menu has an endless option of foods to choose from. Quick service is provided to every customer who walks through the door.

“I really like their food and Real Pizza is a very inviting place,” Alyssa Berger, sophomore, special education major, said.

Kiziroglou is very involved in the community and donates food to local churches, organizations as well as several charities.

“This is a smoke-free environment and the relationships we have with our customers are very important to us,” Ted Tsinaroglou said.

The friendly atmosphere and kindness of Kiziroglou and other customers makes a person want to come back to eat there. There has never been a complaint from customers about the food.

“We have had the same customers come in for over 30 years.” Kiziroglou said. “Several of the alumni bring their children with them. This is a very safe and reputable township.”

Real Pizza is always open to new ideas and comments from its customers on how to make the place better.

Real Pizza

18 West Ave.

Wayne, PA 19087


Address to new location:

1 West Ave.

Wayne, PA 19087

Jeny Varughese

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