Palm Beach Gardens FL Pizza Gets High Ratings

Palma Pizza has brought pizza in Palm Beach Gardens to a new level with their “homemade” ingredients. Everything is made from scratch with recipes that have been perfected over years of hard work. There is both delivery and dining in.


Palma Pizza has brought pizza in Palm Beach Gardens to a new level with their “homemade” ingredients. Everything is made from scratch with recipes that have been perfected over years of hard work. There is both delivery and dining in.


Palm makes three kinds of pizza to accommodate the multitude of tastes. One of the most popular requests is for an NY style pizza, which NYC natives have called “impressive.”


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Many others like a thicker crust on their pizza and Palma has perfected the age-old Sicilian style pizza. A chef in the restaurant today from Sicily who ate one, “This is just like my grandmother makes!”


Chicago and Mid-West natives that are looking for deep-dish Chicago pizzas won’t be let down at Palma’s. They have spent many cold nights in the Windy City to get the know-how on getting pizza just the way Mid-Westerners like it.


One of the most popular pizza’s is the Palma Pizza. It looks just like a flag. Customers have ordered pizzas with “It’s A Boy” and slogans for other occasions.


In addition to pizza, Palma’s has a small menu of classic Italian dishes and subs. Some amazing dishes are the Spaghetti and Meatballs, Baked Ziti, Chicken or Eggplant Parmigiana.


All the bread are homemade using passed down recipes (except their Philly Cheesesteak – that is served on an Amorosa Roll). Current local favorite is the Eggplant Parmigiana Sub one day.


They have great sodas, fresh tea, along with imported beers such as Peroni, Corona Light, and of course Bud, Bud Light, Miller Lite, to name just a few.


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