Pizza at Walden

This Fall, Crossroads at Walden will welcome a new small locally owned business to their already popular collection. Home Slice Pizza, a new venture from Matt Flinchbaugh, the owner of Flinchy’s Restaurant in Lower Allen Township, will offer pizza, subs, ice cream and even a few of Flinchy’s signature favorites like their award-winning chili and wide selection of hot wings. The traditionally churned ice cream will be provided by Urban Churn, a local ice cream company that got their start in the Broad Street Market in Harrisburg and have quickly become known for their natural ingredients and unique flavor combinations.

Flinchy’s opened in 2003 and has been named “Simply the Best” Suburban Restaurant by Harrisburg Magazine 13 years in a row. Known for their contributions to the community, most notably to Four Diamonds and the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, Flinchy’s is one of Central PA’s favorite local spots.  “What we focus on at Flinchy’s is being a fun, community-spirited restaurant and over the years, our customers have really become family,” said Flinchbaugh. “We can’t wait to become a part of the Walden neighborhood and bring that same approach to an already thriving community.” Home Slice will offer delivery within Walden and looks forward to offering neighborhood events like kids’ pizza making classes and football tailgate parties.

Crossroads is an integral part of The Great American Neighborhood®, offering homeowners the opportunity to walk to shopping, dining, fitness and more all just 500 steps from their front door. “Lots of residential projects have promised what Crossroads provides without success. Frankly, it's taken us many years to get it right and we're still working to make it better,” said Rob Bowman, President of Charter Homes & Neighborhoods®. “But ask any of our homeowners, and they will tell you that having a place where the business owners know their name, their coffee order, and have their favorite beer on tap is one of their favorite things about living in The Great American Neighborhood.”