County Line Pizza Juno Beach, Fl

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County Line Pizza Juno Beach, Fl

Posted By: Andy Vitale
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While visiting a friend in Juno Beach, Florida, my wife and I were advised to visit County Line Pizza. Our friend's grandmother said the pizza was excellent. We had to place an order to take out because we were on a tight deadline for time. I must have tried calling five times before finally getting through but I finally was able to place my order. When I went in to pick it up, County Line Pizza was very busy which is always a good sign. There were many families there, enjoying their pizza in this cozy little pizza spot. At the register I started up a casual conversation with the woman who handed me my pizza and she asked me where I was from. Once I told her, she turned to me and said, "you don't have pizza like this in Boca Raton." I'll give her this, she was right.

If you have read my previous reviews, you know I like toppings on my pizza. I was told by the people I would be sharing the pie with that I could have free run with the toppings, so I decided on eggplant, roasted garlic and meatballs. Once we got to the house, which was only five minutes away, I immediately dove in. The first thing I noticed is that the pie was cut into tiny pieces. I'm not talking slices, I'm talking about tiny squares - almost like bite sized pieces. I was told this that they are well known for cutting their pizza that way and we all know it's not the size of the slice but the amount of flavor that it brings so I didn't let this bother me.

When I first picked up my tiny little piece of pizza, the first thing I noticed was the texture of the bottom of the slice. It wasn't over or undercooked, it just had a rough feeling to it underneath. It felt like gravel and upon further inspection it had little pieces of grains or seeds. I called up the pizza expert and was told that these are pieces of cornmeal. Although the cornmeal caught me off guard, it didn't deter from the taste.

When it comes to describing the taste, I immediately look for things that I notice and then move on to the key elements - cheese, crust, toppings, and my least favorite of any pizza - the sauce. The one thing that stood out about this pizza was the eggplant. The eggplant was delicious. It was cooked perfectly, not too oily and not burnt. It was probably the best eggplant that I have ever had on top of pizza. The cheese was OK. I'm not the cheese expert but I know when cheese is great or awful. This cheese was somewhere in the middle. The crust was a little weird to me but I mentioned that earlier. The garlic was OK too. I like that the garlic flavor spread throughout the whole pizza. The meatballs were also OK. I like that they were actual sliced meatballs and not meatball crumbles like some places put on their pizza. The sauce was a little on the bitter side but it fit this pizza well so I didn't mind it.

Although we don't have tiny little, grainy pizza with delicious eggplant in Boca, we have places that I consider as good or better and some that I consider not as good. County Line Pizza is a place that I would try again but I wouldn't make the 45 minute drive just to eat there. However, I can see why they are busy. and a local favorite.

I give County Line Pizza 5 out of 8 slices.

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5 Responses to “County Line Pizza Juno Beach, Fl”

  • Randy wrote:
    20 Mar 2011 at 2:38 am

    I love County Line, and their pizza is amazing! It has stayed consistant over a period of decades. But, you missed out. Other than cutting their pizzas into squares, County Line is most known for their cheese dressing. If you didn’t get a salad with cheese dressing, then you didn’t dine at County Line. You ought to consider the 45 minute drive in order to get the true County Line experience.

  • alexandra wrote:
    03 Jun 2011 at 3:46 pm

    You’re nuts! Their pizza is my favorite! I’ve been getting it for as long as I can remember. By far my favorite date spot. And Randy’s right… The salad and the pizza is like a magical combination.

  • Paulscholtespi wrote:
    17 Sep 2011 at 9:35 pm

    If anyone says a negative word about Countyline Pizza, it’s most likely a competitor trying and will fail at steering them away. I have enjoyed this place since I was 14 and I am now 46. Hmmmm, in business this long. I wonder why. No other pizza joint compares!!!!

  • Thorne940 wrote:
    21 Oct 2011 at 4:49 pm

    I think it is the best pizza I have had in years. Sorry you didn’t like however with a busy pizza place as it always is….something right is going on there !!!!

  • Caroline Brown wrote:
    01 Jan 2017 at 3:28 pm

    We love County Line Pizza! we have been going there forever, you just had your nose up in the air because you didn’t like the square cuts and are afraid to try new things. If you’re such a pizza expert, how come you have never had cornmeal on the bottom of your pizza? Shame on you for not having n open mind – their pizza is fabulous! You should not even have this website, you are ignorant