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New pizza spot coming to Doylestown


It’s coal-fired pizza and it’s coming to the heart of Doylestown.

HG Coal Fired Pizza is bringing its popular pizzas, the coal-fired pie that’s fired in 800-degree ovens and its traditional Neapolitan pizza, baked in 500-degree ovens, to Doylestown Borough.

Moving into the former Steak and Hoagie Factory at 103 S. Main St., HG Pizza will also feature calzones, stromboli, wings, grilled panini and more. But the star of the show is the coal-fired pizza. Made with the freshest of ingredients, the restaurant boasts, “it’s the most pleasant place to share memorable experiences with friends and family.”

Hector G. (HG) immigrated to the U.S. in the 1980s, opening his first HG Coal Fired Pizza businesses in Chesterbrook, in Chester County, and in Warrington, according to the company’s website. Doylestown will be the third location.

“It’s Hector’s mission every day,” the website states, “to pour his love into the art of making pizzas he designs from the basic traditional ingredients, to ethnic blends and custom made requests.”

While the brightly colored sign is up, it’s unclear when the business will open.

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