Manja Pizzeria Sustains Little Storm Damage

The Hatboro pizza shop is expected to reopen on Wednesday.

Like the rest of Pennsylvania, Manja Pizzeria in Hatboro, seems to have dodged a bullet in terms of Hurricane Sandy damage.

"Everything is Ok, no flooding," Anastasia Sampaio told Patch Tuesday morning. "Only a broken window on the side of the building. Looks like a large branch or something hit it."

The 332 S. York Road eatery will remain closed Tuesday so owners can get everything back in place and turn the gas back on, she said. Manja will open Wednesday at 10:30 a.m., Sampaio said.

Last year, the site - which sits adjacent to Pennypack Creek - sustained substantial damage. Then housed by Quig's Pizza, the building had several feet of water inside following Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee. Prior to Manja opening this spring, the landlord gutted and rebuilt the building's interior. 

dman October 30, 2012 at 04:51 PM
Whew. What a relief. First thing I thought of this morning in the wake of the storm was "Will Manja's Pizzeria be opened". Thanks for giving this front page status and staying on top of this Patch.
tubby town October 30, 2012 at 07:18 PM
The tubbies who work down the road are praising Jebus today. Thank you, Jebus, for this extra large pizza I am about the inhale.


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