Pizzeria Vetri Unveils Summertime Pies, Adds Brunch and Happy Hour at KOP

Three words: Candied bacon pizza.

Photo courtesy of Pizzeria Vetri

After Wednesday’s solstice, it’s officially summer — and Pizzeria Vetri has unveiled three new pies to celebrate.

Each Philly-area location — Rittenhouse, Art Museum, and King of Prussia — is getting its own seasonal pie for summertime.

At the Rittenhouse outpost, it’s the Porchetta, a pie topped with slow-roasted pork, peaches, arugula, mozzarella, and parmesan. At 20th and Callowhill Streets, get a veggie-heavy Zucca featuring zucchini, summer squash, parmesan, stracciatella, and mint. And guests at the King of Prussia location can order up the Nduja, topped with its namesake spreadable salumi, sweet corn, shishito peppers, mozzarella, parmesan, and chives.

The KOP spot has also launched a brunch menu that’s available every Sunday from 11 a.m. until 6 p.m., featuring pies like the Sweetzza, topped with thyme lemon curd, blueberries, whipped ricotta and mascarpone, Egg-in-a-Hole Taglio featuring Taylor pork roll, and Candied Bacon Pizza (need I say more?).

And they’ve got a sweet new happy hour deal, too: $10 margherita, marinara, or maurizio pies, $1 off beer and wine by the glass, and $10 off wine bottles. Get in on that action Mondays through Thursdays from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m.

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