Wilmington’s House of Pizza is a convenient destination for folks along College Road who are craving a pie and a big helping of Italian fare. Located along College Road, and close to a wealth of local shopping centers, this pizza spot is easy to reach, friendly, and serves up a nice selection of Italian specialties.

The menu is extensive for a pizza joint, with options to order online or over the phone. Divided into appetizers, American steak subs, calzones, pita wraps, burgers, pasta entrees, seafood, specialty salads, dinners, and of course pizzas, both Italian and American food fans of all tastes will find something to eat, regardless of their preferences. The pizza is made with homemade dough and baked in a stone oven, and includes plenty of classic variations, like Meat Lovers and Greek Pizza, as well as some more unusual varieties, like a Spinach Pizza with Ricotta cheese, and a BBQ Chicken Pizza, which can be served in mild or hot varieties. The pasta entrees are worth a look, like the Spaghetti with Eggplant Parmigiana, or the Greek Pasta, as are the subs, which can be stuffed with Italian classics like sausage, meatball or hot pastrami. All in all, it’s an eclectic mix that can cater to veritably any craving, Italian or otherwise.

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Scenic Spots in Wilmington, NC

Scenic Spots in Wilmington, NC

From antebellum mansions that steal the scene, to stunning waterfront vistas that can be admired from the downtown streets, Wilmington is a city that is brimming with beauty in every direction. On your next Wilmington vacation, pack along your camera, and be sure and plan an outing to these iconic landmarks, parks, and attractions where the views are breathtaking, and the local landscape is simply unforgettable.

Wilmington Riverwalk

Wilmington Riverwalk

The Riverwalk in Downtown Wilmington is a showstopper of a stroll that is a distinctive attraction all its own. Originally conceived in the 1980s as a way to generate more interest and tourism to the Cape Fear River waterfront regions of Wilmington's historic Downtown, today the Riverwalk encompasses a full mile of scenic boardwalk, hugging the borders of the riverfront, and providing visitors with endless views and easy access to some of the Downtown's most beloved attractions.