Get Faster, Fresher Pizza at 162 Portersville Rd
When your tastebuds are tingling for a delicious slice of cheesy, meat-topped goodness, we know you're not craving any old pizza in Ellwood City. You want a heavenly pizza topped with a robust tomato sauce, a hearty blend of mozzarella and parmesan, expertly diced bits of pepperoni, and a golden-brown crust that's both crispy and chewy. You want an undeniably good pizza. You want Domino's.
At Domino's on Portersville Rd, we make it easy to get exactly what you want: pizza that's fast and fresh. Visit us in person to place a takeout order, call (724) 752-0752, or order your pizza online!
Get started by picking one of our homemade crusts, including a fluffy, seasoned hand-tossed crust, a pan crust featuring two huge layers of cheese, a crispy thin crust, or a gluten-free pizza crust! Next, pick your sauce and start piling on your favorite toppings. Whether you can't get enough grilled chicken and roasted veggies or you adore a savory variety of banana peppers, mushrooms, and pepperoni, your neighborhood Domino's has it all!
With over 34 million different ways to make a single Domino's pizza, you can be sure we've got a slice for any taste. Customize your pizza from crust to sauce or choose from one of our most-loved specialty pizzas, like the ever popular Ultimate Pepperoni, MeatZZa™, or Cali Chicken Bacon Ranch, and have it delivered hot and fresh to your doorstep, today!
From Our Oven on Portersville Rd to Your Door: Ellwood City Pizza Delivery
When you order from your Portersville Rd Domino's, you'll see that we're pretty serious about pizza delivery. In fact, we promise your pizza will arrive hot and fresh at your door, right out of our oven. Can't wait for your pie to arrive? Use our patented Pizza TrackerⓇ system and follow your pizza order as it's prepped, baked, and headed out the door for delivery... and in the meantime, do your best not to drool on your computer or phone.
Call (724) 752-0752 or order pizza delivery online now! Why keep your hunger waiting any longer?