Beal Street Cafe & Pizzeria

★★★★☆

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One day while discussing the best pizza in the area with a friend at work, he told me about a pizza place on Racetrack Road in Ft. Walton Beach, that was owned and run by a New Yorker. So I tried to find the place the other day, but was unable to find it. I saw a deputy sheriff, and asked him if he knew the place, and he said it had relocated across from the White Sands Bowling Alley on Beal Parkway. So off I went to find it. I found the pizza place, but it turns out it wasn't owned by the New York guy, and it was called the Beal Street Cafe & Pizzeria. Cafe & Pizzeria? You gotta love a place that includes pizzeria in it's name, even under second billing. The Beal Street Cafe & Pizzeria, justifies the usage of the word.

I was born in New York, and go back to visit annually. I always look forward to going back and having my fill of pizza whether it be within the five boroughs, or upstate. I lived in the Miami/Ft. Lauderdale area for 30+ years, but I moved to the Florida Panhandle going on just over two years now. I had my favorite place there (Steve's Pizza on Biscayne Blvd and NE 121st Street), have been stuck with the likes on Papa John's, Pizza Hut, Dominos, and few terrible options since I relocated. Now that I have discovered the the pizza at the Beal Street Cafe & Pizzeria, I have once again have found a place that is worthy of my appreciation of pizza.

The only draw back is that they don't serve slices. So I instead I got the XL 18" cheese pie to go, for $10.95. I had a slice on the 34 mile drive home, and my wife and I finished it off when I got home. The ambiance of the Beal Street Cafe & Pizzeria is nothing special to say the least, but their pizza is excellent. Best I have had since I moved up. Would make a Big Apple, quality pie list. Nice thin crust with a tasty sauce and a plentiful amount of fresh cheese. I am very particular about pizza, and even pickier when recommending a place. If you are in the Ft. Walton Beach area, I highly recommend going to give it a try for yourself.

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One day while discussing the best pizza in the area with a friend at work, he told me about a pizza place on Racetrack Road in Ft. Walton Beach, that was owned and run by a New Yorker. So I tried to find the place the other day, but was unable to find it. I saw a deputy sheriff, and asked him if he knew the place, and he said it had relocated across from the White Sands Bowling Alley on Beal Parkway. So off I went to find it. I found the pizza place, but it turns out it wasn't owned by the New York guy, and it was called the Beal Street Cafe & Pizzeria. Cafe & Pizzeria? You gotta love a place that includes pizzeria in it's name, even under second billing. The Beal Street Cafe & Pizzeria, justifies the usage of the word.

I was born in New York, and go back to visit annually. I always look forward to going back and having my fill of pizza whether it be within the five boroughs, or upstate. I lived in the Miami/Ft. Lauderdale area for 30+ years, but I moved to the Florida Panhandle going on just over two years now. I had my favorite place there (Steve's Pizza on Biscayne Blvd and NE 121st Street), have been stuck with the likes on Papa John's, Pizza Hut, Dominos, and few terrible options since I relocated. Now that I have discovered the the pizza at the Beal Street Cafe & Pizzeria, I have once again have found a place that is worthy of my appreciation of pizza.

The only draw back is that they don't serve slices. So I instead I got the XL 18" cheese pie to go, for $10.95. I had a slice on the 34 mile drive home, and my wife and I finished it off when I got home. The ambiance of the Beal Street Cafe & Pizzeria is nothing special to say the least, but their pizza is excellent. Best I have had since I moved up. Would make a Big Apple, quality pie list. Nice thin crust with a tasty sauce and a plentiful amount of fresh cheese. I am very particular about pizza, and even pickier when recommending a place. If you are in the Ft. Walton Beach area, I highly recommend going to give it a try for yourself.

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I have been to Beal Street Cafe several times. The restaurant is good, simple food but never had anything bad. The manager that runs it is friendly. Would recommend.

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I have been to Beal Street Cafe several times. The restaurant is good, simple food but never had anything bad. The manager that runs it is friendly. Would recommend.

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I went to the Beal Street Cafe and Pizzeria a few months ago, and I liked it. It reminded me of a old diner, because it is small, although the service is pretty nice. They offer simple things to eat, like traditional American food and cheap meals. I like them, although I don't particularly care for the neighborhood.

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I went to the Beal Street Cafe and Pizzeria a few months ago, and I liked it. It reminded me of a old diner, because it is small, although the service is pretty nice. They offer simple things to eat, like traditional American food and cheap meals. I like them, although I don't particularly care for the neighborhood.

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