Pala

★★★★★
  • 198 Allen St

    New York, NY 10002

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  • 212-614-7252

About Pala

Hours
Monday To Thursday From 04:00 PM To 12:00 AM Friday From 04:00 PM To 01:00 AM Saturday From 12:00 PM To 01:00 AM Sunday From 12:00 PM To 12:00 AM

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Pala has a whole vegan and non-vegan menu which makes it a great place for everyone. Their pizza is amazing!
Hands down best vegan pie I have ever had.

Their Funghi & Salsiccia Pizza is so tasty even non-vegans that dined with me

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★★★★★

Pala has a whole vegan and non-vegan menu which makes it a great place for everyone. Their pizza is amazing!
Hands down best vegan pie I have ever had.

Their Funghi & Salsiccia Pizza is so tasty even non-vegans that dined with me

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There simply is no crust like the pizza crust at Pal's. None. I've had many pizzas over the years and this tops them all. As my 16 year old neighbor put it, after tasting a cold left over slice I had brought uptown with me, "it's ridiculous"...in his language this means "it's so good, it's just ridiculous...no words can describe it."

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★★★★★

There simply is no crust like the pizza crust at Pal's. None. I've had many pizzas over the years and this tops them all. As my 16 year old neighbor put it, after tasting a cold left over slice I had brought uptown with me, "it's ridiculous"...in his language this means "it's so good, it's just ridiculous...no words can describe it."

Pros: There is no other crust like it, and the toppings are superb

Cons: Did not discover any

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pizza, home made pasta. gluten free food!!

yes I agree! last years manager was omg a mooonster, it's true, i remember her. But, she is not there any more thank god.. done! she get fired she's OUT. BRAVO! and the place once again is amazing. Gigio the chef and owner of Pala it is such great guy and great cook. as well the ther kitchen staff. the service people now are very nice and the pizza it is to die for. as well the antipasto, oh don't forget the deserters which are made all at Pala freshly almost every other day. YEAH!!!

i was there 3 times the past month.

2
★★★★★

pizza, home made pasta. gluten free food!!

yes I agree! last years manager was omg a mooonster, it's true, i remember her. But, she is not there any more thank god.. done! she get fired she's OUT. BRAVO! and the place once again is amazing. Gigio the chef and owner of Pala it is such great guy and great cook. as well the ther kitchen staff. the service people now are very nice and the pizza it is to die for. as well the antipasto, oh don't forget the deserters which are made all at Pala freshly almost every other day. YEAH!!!

i was there 3 times the past month.

Pros: the bestest pizza eeeever

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I have been to Pala` Pizza and had a great experience. The food was great, I reluctantly tried the all wheat pasta with tomato sauce (I was with friends and they wanted to have pizza and something else) and it was amazing. The pizzas are soooo different from anything you could find around... I loved the crust which, again is not common in NY. I found them also easily digestible. But the dessert was what surprised me the most.... over all a great find and the ambience was very interesting mix.
I loved it.

2
★★★★★

I have been to Pala` Pizza and had a great experience. The food was great, I reluctantly tried the all wheat pasta with tomato sauce (I was with friends and they wanted to have pizza and something else) and it was amazing. The pizzas are soooo different from anything you could find around... I loved the crust which, again is not common in NY. I found them also easily digestible. But the dessert was what surprised me the most.... over all a great find and the ambience was very interesting mix.
I loved it.

Pros: Food (and that's the most important thing), ambience, good energy

Cons: noisy

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I was so excited to take my friend out to Pala for his 25th birthday after all of the wonderful things I heard about. The food certainly lived up to my expectations and the outdoor ambience of the LES, provided by the open street front. gave the place a great energy. The mixed drinks were well prepared and the gnocchi was out of this world. The pizza is what this place is really known for and between The Inferno and the Cheese with Truffle oil I was in heaven.

Though don't be fooled...heaven and hell co-habitate in Pala. Never did I ever anticipate that my friends would be eating in one of the most tense and uncomfortable enviornments I have ever experienced in my 6 years of New York City dining. Simply put...the manager was a MONSTER. She treated her staff worse than a mix between Cruella DeVille and Cinderella's stepmother...barking at them in front of customers, threatening their jobs, and huffing and puffing around the establishment. This shocked my friends and I considering we watched her act like Dinah Lohan getting herself privately drunk at the corner bar where she hid out taking drink after drink after drink.

Upon further exploration the waitstaff told horror stories that made Anna Wintour look like Mother Teresa. This manager's attitude played such an awful part in our experience that we spent the rest of the evening coming up with different ways that we could tell her off. Unfortunately, we lost track of how good the actual place was because of the evil creature running it. As a result I DO NOT RECOMMEND Pala if you are looking for a place to eat in comfort but rather if you embrace cruelty and heightened tension. Nothing would please me more to see this manager locked in a lion cage wearing Pala's delicious foods...not only would it satiate the lions? hunger but bring peace back to this cozy LES treasure.

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★★★☆☆

I was so excited to take my friend out to Pala for his 25th birthday after all of the wonderful things I heard about. The food certainly lived up to my expectations and the outdoor ambience of the LES, provided by the open street front. gave the place a great energy. The mixed drinks were well prepared and the gnocchi was out of this world. The pizza is what this place is really known for and between The Inferno and the Cheese with Truffle oil I was in heaven.

Though don't be fooled...heaven and hell co-habitate in Pala. Never did I ever anticipate that my friends would be eating in one of the most tense and uncomfortable enviornments I have ever experienced in my 6 years of New York City dining. Simply put...the manager was a MONSTER. She treated her staff worse than a mix between Cruella DeVille and Cinderella's stepmother...barking at them in front of customers, threatening their jobs, and huffing and puffing around the establishment. This shocked my friends and I considering we watched her act like Dinah Lohan getting herself privately drunk at the corner bar where she hid out taking drink after drink after drink.

Upon further exploration the waitstaff told horror stories that made Anna Wintour look like Mother Teresa. This manager's attitude played such an awful part in our experience that we spent the rest of the evening coming up with different ways that we could tell her off. Unfortunately, we lost track of how good the actual place was because of the evil creature running it. As a result I DO NOT RECOMMEND Pala if you are looking for a place to eat in comfort but rather if you embrace cruelty and heightened tension. Nothing would please me more to see this manager locked in a lion cage wearing Pala's delicious foods...not only would it satiate the lions? hunger but bring peace back to this cozy LES treasure.

Pros: Food and Great Staff

Cons: Horrible Monstrous Manager

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The pizza is amazing. It's different from any other pizza I've had. The crust is soft and melts in your mouth. The toppings are perfect. The wine list is good. And it turns out that on Mon-Thurs they have an AWESOME two person dinner deal: split a salad, 1 foot pizza, 1 dessert, and two glasses of wine for $35. Great casual date place.

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★★★★★

The pizza is amazing. It's different from any other pizza I've had. The crust is soft and melts in your mouth. The toppings are perfect. The wine list is good. And it turns out that on Mon-Thurs they have an AWESOME two person dinner deal: split a salad, 1 foot pizza, 1 dessert, and two glasses of wine for $35. Great casual date place.

Pros: Pizza! Service

Cons: The tables are a bit big for intimate conversation

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Four members of Meetup's New York City Thrifty Gourmets group and I field-tested Pala this past Tuesday night. FOOD: The fried calimari had a tasty, spicy coating, but the seafood itself was almost tough. The dollops of goat cheese on the zucchina pizze were fresh and flavorful, but the flavors of its other ingredients were not distinctive. The thin slices of soppresetta on the inferno pizze were fresh and peppery, perhaps too much so. Their tanginess overwhelmed the flavors of the other ingredients. The zucca pizze was the outstanding dish of the evening. The smoky richness of the scamorza melded perfectly with the saltiness of the pancetta. A bite of this pizze reminded me of a delicious ham & cheese omelet on a thin slice of toast made from fine bread. SERVICE: Our reservation, made through OpenTable, was honored, we were greeted warmly, and our table was set up in advance of our arrival. The restaurant appeared understaffed, though, as servers were scrambling to cover the tables. Our server attended to us infrequently. ATMOSPHERE: The restaurant had the feel of a slightly cramped, but not crowded, lounge with low lighting and 80s and 90s dance music in the background. The restroom was messy but acceptably clean. VALUE: Calimari appetizer+three shared pizzes+one beer+tax & tip=$22/person.

2
★★★★☆

Four members of Meetup's New York City Thrifty Gourmets group and I field-tested Pala this past Tuesday night. FOOD: The fried calimari had a tasty, spicy coating, but the seafood itself was almost tough. The dollops of goat cheese on the zucchina pizze were fresh and flavorful, but the flavors of its other ingredients were not distinctive. The thin slices of soppresetta on the inferno pizze were fresh and peppery, perhaps too much so. Their tanginess overwhelmed the flavors of the other ingredients. The zucca pizze was the outstanding dish of the evening. The smoky richness of the scamorza melded perfectly with the saltiness of the pancetta. A bite of this pizze reminded me of a delicious ham & cheese omelet on a thin slice of toast made from fine bread. SERVICE: Our reservation, made through OpenTable, was honored, we were greeted warmly, and our table was set up in advance of our arrival. The restaurant appeared understaffed, though, as servers were scrambling to cover the tables. Our server attended to us infrequently. ATMOSPHERE: The restaurant had the feel of a slightly cramped, but not crowded, lounge with low lighting and 80s and 90s dance music in the background. The restroom was messy but acceptably clean. VALUE: Calimari appetizer+three shared pizzes+one beer+tax & tip=$22/person.

Pros: Fresh, flavorful ingredients. Relaxed, low-key setting.

Cons: Amount and attentiveness of staff.

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this is the best pizza ever.. it is so fantastik, that's when you start eating, you forget to stop, and the homemade pasta it is unreal, omg those italian antipastos
forget about the huge selection of very good italian vino which is very affordable. and the staff always nice and friendly..

oh, don't forget to ask for the home made ice cream "by gigio"

2
★★★★★

this is the best pizza ever.. it is so fantastik, that's when you start eating, you forget to stop, and the homemade pasta it is unreal, omg those italian antipastos
forget about the huge selection of very good italian vino which is very affordable. and the staff always nice and friendly..

oh, don't forget to ask for the home made ice cream "by gigio"

Pros: ***

Cons: ***

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We went as a group and had a wonderful time. The appetizers were delicious and easy for sharing. The staff was amazing and THE PIZZA tastes like a slice of Italy. Come hungry and with no preconceived notions about pizza you've tasted before.

2
★★★★★

We went as a group and had a wonderful time. The appetizers were delicious and easy for sharing. The staff was amazing and THE PIZZA tastes like a slice of Italy. Come hungry and with no preconceived notions about pizza you've tasted before.

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My students and I met at Pala for dinner in late September. There were 24 of us and the restaurant was more than willing to fit us in. We ordered the calamari and the risotto. The calamari was a bit bland, but the risotto was a winner with the table. They were perfectly fried and served with a simple tomato sauce.

If you have a large group the restaurant requires that you order food in advance--that makes perfect sense, but it was a bit tough making choices for 24 people a week before hand. Basically, I ended up ordering 11 feet of 9 different pizzas. I was able to sample four and they were all good. Some of the students who were less adventurous didn't like the pumpkin pizza, but most enjoyed all that they had. The 3 cheese and pancetta was enormously successful as was the zucchini.

The service was good. We were a large group, but the staff did a nice job with drinks. An earlier review mentioned the owner's brusk manner and I did catch a glimpse of that, but it was only brief. I think my group really was pleased with the service and atmosphere.

So, I'm recommending Pala' for small or large group dining. The price is good and the pizza is yummy. It's good for open air dining and has some personality. Just be aware that you HAVE to have cash or an AmEx.

2
★★★★☆

My students and I met at Pala for dinner in late September. There were 24 of us and the restaurant was more than willing to fit us in. We ordered the calamari and the risotto. The calamari was a bit bland, but the risotto was a winner with the table. They were perfectly fried and served with a simple tomato sauce.

If you have a large group the restaurant requires that you order food in advance--that makes perfect sense, but it was a bit tough making choices for 24 people a week before hand. Basically, I ended up ordering 11 feet of 9 different pizzas. I was able to sample four and they were all good. Some of the students who were less adventurous didn't like the pumpkin pizza, but most enjoyed all that they had. The 3 cheese and pancetta was enormously successful as was the zucchini.

The service was good. We were a large group, but the staff did a nice job with drinks. An earlier review mentioned the owner's brusk manner and I did catch a glimpse of that, but it was only brief. I think my group really was pleased with the service and atmosphere.

So, I'm recommending Pala' for small or large group dining. The price is good and the pizza is yummy. It's good for open air dining and has some personality. Just be aware that you HAVE to have cash or an AmEx.

Pros: Different types of pizza--variety

Cons: Inconvenient payment

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Pala has become a favorite destination for my friends and I for every occasion! I can't describe the overwhelming cravings I get now for their amazing zucca pizza, or the spinach salad. The wine list appeals to everyone and is quite reasonable. Be sure to try the red lambrusco or the proseco. Nothing beats sitting outdoors, or in their cozy but airy space on a nice autumn evening. There's a very comfortable vibe all around, and the staff is extremely friendly and attentive. It's definitely worth every minute of the drive in all the way from the outer boroughs!

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★★★★★

Pala has become a favorite destination for my friends and I for every occasion! I can't describe the overwhelming cravings I get now for their amazing zucca pizza, or the spinach salad. The wine list appeals to everyone and is quite reasonable. Be sure to try the red lambrusco or the proseco. Nothing beats sitting outdoors, or in their cozy but airy space on a nice autumn evening. There's a very comfortable vibe all around, and the staff is extremely friendly and attentive. It's definitely worth every minute of the drive in all the way from the outer boroughs!

Pros: Food, Wine, Atmosphere

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I have visited Pala a few times and thoroughly enjoyed the simple menu, wonderful roman style pizzas, simple antipasti, great wines, wonderful italian waitstaff. However my whole experience has been ruined by the female manager/owner who was so rude when we asked her a question that we felt as though we should not return. I feel that it's such ashame that she does not care enough about her own customers; that's what has compelled me to write this review. I am hoping she will get the message and turn herself around.

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★★★★☆

I have visited Pala a few times and thoroughly enjoyed the simple menu, wonderful roman style pizzas, simple antipasti, great wines, wonderful italian waitstaff. However my whole experience has been ruined by the female manager/owner who was so rude when we asked her a question that we felt as though we should not return. I feel that it's such ashame that she does not care enough about her own customers; that's what has compelled me to write this review. I am hoping she will get the message and turn herself around.

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A friend of mine told me I had to try this place. I trekked across town because he wouldn't stop bothering me. Well, I gotta say it was worth it. It wasn't too pricey and it was definitely a unique taste that I haven't had before. Maybe i was just really hungry because of the walk but I had a good time and would recommend anyone who hasn't tried this place to try it!

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★★★★★

A friend of mine told me I had to try this place. I trekked across town because he wouldn't stop bothering me. Well, I gotta say it was worth it. It wasn't too pricey and it was definitely a unique taste that I haven't had before. Maybe i was just really hungry because of the walk but I had a good time and would recommend anyone who hasn't tried this place to try it!

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What do you get when you mix an Italian and a Puerto Rican? It's definitely not the opening line of a bad joke, or West Side Story for that matter. In actuality, it's the beginning of some pretty amazing, fabulous, sold by the foot, mouth watering, gourmet, 9-12 types of organic flour, two-five days to rise, words can't even describe pizza/italian spot with the best wine I've ever had! Add to that a friendly, attentive staff and you have yourself a win-win situation!

Yeah, yeah, yeah...good pizza shops in New York City are as ubiquitous as Korean nail spots. Everyone and their mother has their claim to fame pizza spot, whether it's one of "Ray's Famous (or a variation thereof)" forty seven locations, John's brick oven, Grimaldi's in Brooklyn or Patsy's. As a native New Yorker, I've been there and done that. Trust me when I tell, you've never had Pizza with a capital P, quite like this.

Highlights for now (as we intend to go back to try the entire menu) include the antipasti, Zucca pizza (pumpkin,pancetta, smoked scamorza cheese) , bufala cruda pizza, baccala fritters, Fiori di Zucca (zucchini blossoms filled with buffalo mozzarella and anchioves) and you have got to try the Red Lambrusco or their white Prosecco wine. The night I was there, I went with a couple of heads, one who was a wine drinker and one who wasn't. By the end of the night, the non-wine drinker had been converted by the power of the Lambrusco (three and a half bottles I might add)! Think excellent red wine served chilled with a slight bit of effervescence (and no, not the wine cooler type). I digress...

Pala, 198 Allen Street, between Houston and Stanton Streets (212-614-7252)

P.S. Big ups to Edena and Gigio for taking three years to bring you the best pizza you're about to have!

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★★★★★

What do you get when you mix an Italian and a Puerto Rican? It's definitely not the opening line of a bad joke, or West Side Story for that matter. In actuality, it's the beginning of some pretty amazing, fabulous, sold by the foot, mouth watering, gourmet, 9-12 types of organic flour, two-five days to rise, words can't even describe pizza/italian spot with the best wine I've ever had! Add to that a friendly, attentive staff and you have yourself a win-win situation!

Yeah, yeah, yeah...good pizza shops in New York City are as ubiquitous as Korean nail spots. Everyone and their mother has their claim to fame pizza spot, whether it's one of "Ray's Famous (or a variation thereof)" forty seven locations, John's brick oven, Grimaldi's in Brooklyn or Patsy's. As a native New Yorker, I've been there and done that. Trust me when I tell, you've never had Pizza with a capital P, quite like this.

Highlights for now (as we intend to go back to try the entire menu) include the antipasti, Zucca pizza (pumpkin,pancetta, smoked scamorza cheese) , bufala cruda pizza, baccala fritters, Fiori di Zucca (zucchini blossoms filled with buffalo mozzarella and anchioves) and you have got to try the Red Lambrusco or their white Prosecco wine. The night I was there, I went with a couple of heads, one who was a wine drinker and one who wasn't. By the end of the night, the non-wine drinker had been converted by the power of the Lambrusco (three and a half bottles I might add)! Think excellent red wine served chilled with a slight bit of effervescence (and no, not the wine cooler type). I digress...

Pala, 198 Allen Street, between Houston and Stanton Streets (212-614-7252)

P.S. Big ups to Edena and Gigio for taking three years to bring you the best pizza you're about to have!

Pros: Everything...food, service, ambiance, decor, music, bathroom, etcetera, etcetera, etcetera, etcetera...

Cons: Some may complain that it's pricey because afterall it's only pizza; however you've never truly had pizza until you've had Pala pizza...you only think you have... Pala is on a whole other level!

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Went here for my friend Stephenie's bday. I just love their pizzas and is definately a hot spot. We were 20 people in all and ordered 7 fam size pizzas which desapeared precicely in 2 mins. haha.

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★★★★★

Went here for my friend Stephenie's bday. I just love their pizzas and is definately a hot spot. We were 20 people in all and ordered 7 fam size pizzas which desapeared precicely in 2 mins. haha.

Pros: Price, Pizzassss

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We had a birthday party for my husband and a friend at Pala last night. The owners and staff could not have been any nicer to deal with from planning to excecution. They made suggestions about what food and how much to order, wine, dessert, etc. They were extremely accomodating on every level and the food was delicious. Appetizer standouts were the meatballs and arancini and the salad with baby spinach, pears and gorgonzola was excellent. With all of the pizza options there was something for everyone and the wine list was very reasonable. The rustic decor is simple and stylis--I would recommend that anyone planning a casual dinner party consider Pala.

2
★★★★★

We had a birthday party for my husband and a friend at Pala last night. The owners and staff could not have been any nicer to deal with from planning to excecution. They made suggestions about what food and how much to order, wine, dessert, etc. They were extremely accomodating on every level and the food was delicious. Appetizer standouts were the meatballs and arancini and the salad with baby spinach, pears and gorgonzola was excellent. With all of the pizza options there was something for everyone and the wine list was very reasonable. The rustic decor is simple and stylis--I would recommend that anyone planning a casual dinner party consider Pala.

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i cannot say this is a restaurant nor that it is just a pizza place.
this spot is really high quality and you can either stop for a fast slice of pizza or you can sit and have some delicious apetizer befor your pizza comes.

i love the decor too and the matching with the wine.
i makes me feel like am visiting southern italy again.

2
★★★★★

i cannot say this is a restaurant nor that it is just a pizza place.
this spot is really high quality and you can either stop for a fast slice of pizza or you can sit and have some delicious apetizer befor your pizza comes.

i love the decor too and the matching with the wine.
i makes me feel like am visiting southern italy again.

Pros: great tasting pizza and wine

Cons: none

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I love the people that run this place and more importantly the food they make. Everything is fresh, fresh, fresh. Tasty and the wine list is impressive. The atmosphere reminds me of one of my favorite places in Italy, relaxed and a lot of good food. The prices are fair and the appetizers are worth trying as well. They do excellent fritti this side of the Atlantic!

Actually we had our small wedding reception here at the big table with about 14 people. Went to City Hall on friday afternoon, did the marriage and headed here for the food. So, yes, we love this place!

2
★★★★★

I love the people that run this place and more importantly the food they make. Everything is fresh, fresh, fresh. Tasty and the wine list is impressive. The atmosphere reminds me of one of my favorite places in Italy, relaxed and a lot of good food. The prices are fair and the appetizers are worth trying as well. They do excellent fritti this side of the Atlantic!

Actually we had our small wedding reception here at the big table with about 14 people. Went to City Hall on friday afternoon, did the marriage and headed here for the food. So, yes, we love this place!

Pros: Pizza appetizers, clean bathroom, wine

Cons: Sometimes slow service by NY standards, make reservation for groups 8 or more

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Felt like a mix between Rome and NYC - fantastic! Amazing pizza and salads. Service was a bit slow, but still friendly. Very cool atmosphere - perfect for dinner outside on a hot summer night. Highly recommended.

2
★★★★☆

Felt like a mix between Rome and NYC - fantastic! Amazing pizza and salads. Service was a bit slow, but still friendly. Very cool atmosphere - perfect for dinner outside on a hot summer night. Highly recommended.

Pros: atmosphere, food

Cons: none

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As residents, my BF and I try LES establishments with frequency and open minds. We were attracted by PALA's breezy open-air garage doors. Our server refused to give us eye contact while rattling off a snobby, lifeless presentation of PALA crust preparation (25 MINUTE COOKING TIME). A mozzarella-stuffed zucchini flower appetizer was actually 4 shriveled, oily bricks -- $10. A $6 glass of wine was a pathetic pour. and then, there's the pizza. it's a tall order to SCREW UP a classic margherita pizza -- but this was a mess. the crust PALA touts as their selling point is absolutely miserable. the sauce had no flavor. and the bill after all of this? $70 FOR 2 PEOPLE FOR DINNER.

The manager, typical machissimo italian businessman, sat outside with his chef scowling and smoking -- an uncomfortable dining experience.

NOT WORTH YOUR TIME AND MONEY.

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★☆☆☆☆

As residents, my BF and I try LES establishments with frequency and open minds. We were attracted by PALA's breezy open-air garage doors. Our server refused to give us eye contact while rattling off a snobby, lifeless presentation of PALA crust preparation (25 MINUTE COOKING TIME). A mozzarella-stuffed zucchini flower appetizer was actually 4 shriveled, oily bricks -- $10. A $6 glass of wine was a pathetic pour. and then, there's the pizza. it's a tall order to SCREW UP a classic margherita pizza -- but this was a mess. the crust PALA touts as their selling point is absolutely miserable. the sauce had no flavor. and the bill after all of this? $70 FOR 2 PEOPLE FOR DINNER.

The manager, typical machissimo italian businessman, sat outside with his chef scowling and smoking -- an uncomfortable dining experience.

NOT WORTH YOUR TIME AND MONEY.

Pros: cool garage doors

Cons: BAD PIZZA, BAD SERVICE, EXPENSIVE

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The filling Roman-style pies can be split amongst your group without breaking the bank. You'll only need a couple slices to tide you over. You'll really want more, though--especially the Umbriaca/Umbrica (?)... so so tasty. Space is slightly boring though, and you'll come across a wait unless you luck out.

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★★★★☆

The filling Roman-style pies can be split amongst your group without breaking the bank. You'll only need a couple slices to tide you over. You'll really want more, though--especially the Umbriaca/Umbrica (?)... so so tasty. Space is slightly boring though, and you'll come across a wait unless you luck out.

Pros: pizza

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I just want to say that this place is absolutely phenomenal. I vouch 100%. Great Pizza! I had their special which was funghi (mushrooms) and prosciutto. It was amazing, and they serve you in generous portions. The antipasti was also great (They handle it REALLY well on the eggplant, and the zuchini isn't bad either). Great staff, great service, enjoy this place!

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★★★★★

I just want to say that this place is absolutely phenomenal. I vouch 100%. Great Pizza! I had their special which was funghi (mushrooms) and prosciutto. It was amazing, and they serve you in generous portions. The antipasti was also great (They handle it REALLY well on the eggplant, and the zuchini isn't bad either). Great staff, great service, enjoy this place!

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We had the Zucca and fresh mozarella pizza. Pizza was great, fresh high quality ingredients. Great wine selection too. Try the sparkling red lambrusca.

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★★★★☆

We had the Zucca and fresh mozarella pizza. Pizza was great, fresh high quality ingredients. Great wine selection too. Try the sparkling red lambrusca.

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Though not particularly fancy--a display counter showcases premade pizzas and antipasti--the interior achieves homey chic with broad wooden tables and a display wall of wine. Service has a knowledgeable Italian…

 

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