Dom & Louie’s Pizza Boynton Beach

6 8 slice rating

Posted By: Pizza Expert on January 3rd, 2009
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photoEric went to a place today and sent me in this review on Dom & Louie’s Pizza in Boynton Beach, Florida 561.868.4883.

If you visit the website make sure to lower the volume on your speakers or you will be rudely interrupted with unnecessarily loud distracting music.

While getting my oil changed today, I got hungry and ventured out into the shopping center to see what places were around.  I noticed there was a brand new pizza place that just opened called Dom & Louie’s Pizza.  Upon entering this new store, the owner made me feel welcomed.

The cute girl behind the counter didn’t hurt either.  For a pizza place, it lacked the certain smell I am used to getting from all the things cooking in the place.  Maybe it is too new to have had the smell attach itself to the walls yet.

Dom & Louie’s is run by Jerry, that used to run Romano’s Pizza on Federal Highway in Boca Raton.  Raised in Brooklyn, Jerry takes his pizza serious and tries to only serve the best ingredients.  I ordered a slice of regular, since they have yet to add Sicilian to the menu.  When the slice came out, I naturally took a bite.  The crust was very tasty and extremely crispy, which is something I look for in a good slice.  The sauce was pretty good, and did not taste too powerful or too bland.  It was actually the perfect amount of sauce.  The cheese was a nice fresh tasting kind, that was baked to perfection.  Cheese to sauce ratio was perfect as well here.  Maybe I am a little sensitive to salt, but the pizza did seem to have an excess amount of salt in it.

For $5.31 I got 2 slices and a soda, and that is a pretty good deal for this type of quality pie.  While I was in there, this guy had a slice and even ran out to get another friend to bring him back to Dom & Louie’s to have a taste himself.  Guess he really loved it.  Personally I do not think this is the best location for a pizza place.  It will not get much foot traffic other then the oil change place.  Located on Hypoluxo across from the Santaluces High School, it is a good thing they deliver to the surrounding areas.  Perhaps they should consider offering some extra incentive to the patrons waiting at the oil change place to bring them in?

It is usually a good sign when the owner of the pizza place emails worstpizza.com to ask them to come and try a slice.  Knowing what kind of negative skeptics we are, it certainly shows confidence in the establishment.  Smart move Jerry!

I will give Dom & Louie’s 6 out of 8 slices, and it is a place I will certainly frequent from time to time.  Hopefully they will put the air conditioner lower next time I am in.  Good luck guys!

  • Phone
    (561) 868-4883

  • Address
    3930 Hypoluxo Rd Boynton Beach, FL 33436-8508

10 Responses to “Dom & Louie’s Pizza Boynton Beach”

  • Katherine wrote:

    21 Jun 2009 at 7:27 pm

    Passing through Boyton Beach, FL We stopped in to Dom & Louie's. We weren't really hungry for pizza, but they were the only place open nearby, so we went inside……. We ordered the Sicilian and also had Eggplant Parm. with Garlic knots…. Well, being a native New Yorker, let me tell you… this is Authentic New York Sicilian Pizza…. By Far the Very Best Sicilian Pizza that I have ever had. The Food was sooooo good and the Service? Fuggettaboutit!!!! Definitely give them a try…. Great Service, Awesome food & Fair Prices…..in a back home New York atmosphere…

  • Chr1s wrote:

    01 Oct 2009 at 5:11 pm

    Well, after the reviews I decided to give them a try. WooHoo, Now thats the taste i've been looking for. Crust was very good and the cheese was perfect. A++.. Keep up the good work. Best Pizza in Boynton by far. In your face Olde Style Pizza!!!

  • Chr1s wrote:

    02 Oct 2009 at 12:11 am

    Well, after the reviews I decided to give them a try. WooHoo, Now thats the taste i've been looking for. Crust was very good and the cheese was perfect. A++.. Keep up the good work. Best Pizza in Boynton by far. In your face Olde Style Pizza!!!

  • Jay wrote:

    06 Feb 2010 at 8:59 am

    Excellent pizza, great friendly people a winning combination. By the way its not the water, it is the love that goes into making the dough and sauce!!

  • notnarrow wrote:

    06 Feb 2010 at 1:57 pm

    I have to agree, they have the best pizza in the area. The problem with them is that they are actually too popular. A couple of weeks ago, I ordered for delivery, they said it would be here in 45 minutes to an hour (I live less than 1/4 of a mile from them). After an hour I called and they said it was out for delivery. After an hour and a half I called and they said it was out for delivery. Since my pizza had apparently been touring Boynton Beach for a 1/2 hour, I cancelled the order. They were in no way apologetic, but I'd use the word apathetic about cancelling it. I'd rather eat frozen pizza then spend my money with an establishment with that kind of attitude!

  • edwin aleman wrote:

    26 Feb 2010 at 10:03 pm

    I guess the fame is going to their heads. I read the reviews and went out of my way to try this place and I should have stayed home. The crust was soggy, the cheese was barely covering the slice. I am glad I ordered their two slice special for 4.99.
    To be honest it's not worth more.

  • Greg wrote:

    07 Aug 2010 at 1:19 pm

    I went last night with my wife and sister in law and had a great experience. We had garlic knots and split a large pie. The pizze was great, crust was crispy but still just the right amount of chewiness, sauce was good and at the right amount, cheese wasn't cheap or too greasy. On the pie we had all sausage and pepperoni and half onion and green pepper. The pizza toppings happily resided on their half of the pie. Pepperoni was pretty standard and the sausage is the sliced type (I prefer the crumbled kind, but this was still good). We had a very nice waitress and the place was actually pretty slow on this Friday night. The short conversation we had with the cook in the back, who I assumed was the owner seemed authentic.
    Give this place a try so we can keep them around I can get more pizza from them, it was definitely worth the drive from WPB

  • Elle wrote:

    22 Nov 2010 at 7:10 am

    I like their pizza, but it’s a little salty.

  • Apstatenisland wrote:

    12 Apr 2011 at 8:51 am

    EXCELLENT PIZZA THE BEST I HAVE TASTED IN FLORIDA AND I AM FROM NEW YORK CITY …………….. JERRY IS AN OLD FRIEND OF MINE FROM BROOKLYN I COULD ACTUALLY CALL HIM A BROTHER, HE KNOWS QUALITY FOOD, NO LIES THERE ……….ANTHONY AKA SCHWARTZ

  • Alec wrote:

    13 May 2011 at 7:02 pm

    I have tried most to the pizzerias in Boynton Beach and none compare. We have pizza once a week and since they are not open on Sundays never get pizza on that day. We made that mistake before and were disappointed. Great pizza – highly recommend! 

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