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Two Tomatoes Pizza Boynton Beach


Some readers who claim to know pizza since they were from Brooklyn wrote me about a place they tried and enjoyed in Boynton Beach, Florida called Two Tomatoes Pizza. Important point to note before we continue… just because you are from Brooklyn doesn’t mean you know anything more about Pizza than others. You are fortunate enough to have some of the best around you but there are also hundreds of just average places that many of you frequent as well. Stop with the “I’m from New York, I know pizza” routine with a fake thick accent.

two tomatoes pizzeria

So we made the ride up to a more western part of Boynton Beach and figured we would try out Two Tomatoes Pizza on their recommendation. Upon entering the pizzeria, it didn’t have much ambiance, not too big and had some pizzas on display. We got the lunch special and then I got a Sicilian slice on top of it and some garlic knots, since it is almost impossible to get good garlic knots in Florida. Most places serve garlic rolls and pass them off as knots on the menu. Definitely not the same thing.

jerry two tomatoes

One other thing that ticks me off is when I read the descriptions that owners leave on review sites. Here is the version that the owner of Two Tomatoes Pizza left on Yelp. I mean, to make a claim like this, a claim that says the best in all of Florida is preposterous. Yes, people are flocking from all over the country to Boynton Beach, Florida to try the best pizza in the state. There should be lines up to Wellington if this was the case. I do not think I dealt with the owner but the staff I did deal with were actually EXTREMELY lovely.

two tomatoes pizzeria boynton beach

As far as the pizza goes, which I know is the reason you are reading this, my first bite was of the regular slice. It was thin, a bit soggy and had a nice amount of cheese on the pie. The sauce was a bit bland, and the crust didn’t contain a taste that was either good or bad, it was average. This wasn’t a slice I would avoid, but I didn’t crave ordering more of it either.

cheese slice two tomatoes boynton

The Sicilian slice was certainly not as good as the regular slice in my opinion. Although it might have been fresh, it appeared to be a par-baked shell that they just applied cheese and sauce to, in order to save money. This might not have been the case, but I didn’t see the process. Unlike the regular slice, the Sicilian slice at Two Tomatoes in Boynton Beach was quite crispy. The issue was the center was also too crispy and not fluffy or soft in any way. that might be what led me to believe it was stale in some sense.


If and when I return to Two Tomatoes, I will opt for the regular slice and not the Sicilian unless I see it baked fresh out of the oven and made from scratch. The regular slice is definitely worth another try and maybe I will get a more crispy slice and feel completely different about it. Several of my other friends who have since gone after I went seem to really enjoy the slices they have eaten and have started to eat more there.

Two Tomatoes Pizza in Boynton Beach, FL gets 5 out of 8 slices in my opinion for their regular slice. Not rating the Sicilian right now since I am not looking to hurt anyone’s business and I will wait to see if I can taste it again.

Danny’s Pizza Kitchen Boynton Beach

Recently I noticed that many of the groups I follow on Facebook in the Boynton Beach area were getting flooded with what appeared to be the usual spam from people trying to promote a new place. This time the culprit was Danny’s Pizza Kitchen Boynton Beach. I hadn’t heard of this new pizzeria opening prior so I put it in pizza rolodex to make sure I tried it one day.

We happened to be on Boynton Beach Blvd. the other day, and my friend asked if they could get Chick-fil-a since it was nearby. Being the incredible host I am, I agreed and veered off our path to go through the drive-thru. As i went to make a U-turn, I noticed Danny’s Pizza in a plaza across the street. Little did my friend know, but after we got out the enormous line for chicken, we would be once again making another U-turn and heading to give Danny’s Pizza a try and see if it is the best pizza in Boynton Beach like the website claims.

Danny's Pizza Kitchen Boynton Beach

When I pulled up and took this photo above, I realized they had an awesome location and a pick-up window to the side. I am guessing this used to be a bank location, but I never really head out these ways in Boynton Beach. Upon walking into Danny’s Pizza Kitchen it is easy to notice that they recently opened. Everything was clean and modern, and the staff seemed friendly enough. There’s a few tables setup in the front for those who want to eat in. I ordered a slice from the young lady behind the counter and waited. It was taking a while but I patiently waited and ended up sitting down to eat in.


When my slice arrived it was quite overcooked. They had definitely left it in the oven too long. You can see the charring, but the photo doesn’t do it any justice. This slice was almost burnt. The young lady from behind the counter said she knows it looks too well done and asked if I still wanted it, cause if not I would have to wait for a new pie since this was the last slice. Since I was just there to taste the pizza and review it, I told her it was fine and figured I would cut off the burnt parts and just have a taste from where it appeared normal.


When I took my first bite, after dissecting the slice, it was almost impossible to taste the pizza since it was still too hot and the sauce and cheese just tasted burnt. Once again, the photo for some reason isn’t showing how overcooked it was. It was at this point I said to my friend that if I had owned this place, I would make another pie anyways and just drop a slice off in front of me just to show that they wanted me to have a good experience. Oh well, I guess I would just run a pizzeria differently.


Just as we were about to leave, the owner (I later asked if he was the owner so that is how I knew) came to the table and apologized for the burnt slice he initially gave us and told me to please eat this instead and there wouldn’t be a charge for the second slice. It was like they had a microphone on our little two top table and knew this was what we had hoped for!



This slice tasted must better. I wish I had this slice to start off with and not the biased opinion I had after tasting the first slice. The cheese tasted decent, the sauce was good, just lacked some flavoring, but I liked the crust the best. It held up nicely and was super thin with a nice taste to it. The food dishes they were making and serving looked pretty good too, so I think we will make a separate trip to go back and try them.

Although my pizza visit to Danny’s Pizza Kitchen in Boynton Beach didn’t start off great, it ended decently. We absolutely will be going back to give it another taste, and possibly changing our rating afterwards. But for this visit we have to base the taste on the average of both of our slices.

Danny’s Pizza Kitchen in Boynton Beach gets 5 out of 8 slices.

Related>> Mamma Mia’s Pizza Boynton Beach Fl

Mamma Mia’s Pizza Boynton Beach, FL


Was invited to a private party the other evening at a pretty cool warehouse that had some of the most amazing pinball machines. The host was gracious enough to also provide us with drinks and pizza all night. I went with one of the guys to go pick up the pizza at Mamma Mia’s in Boynton Beach, located on Woolbright Road.

Mamma Mia’s has several locations around Palm Beach County, and I have been to most of them but never really loved it enough to go out of my way just to have the pizza again. We ordered a couple of plain pies and some Sicilian pies. Unfortunately I had to wait until we arrived back at the warehouse before trying them, but once the box was open I digged in on a regular and Sicilian slice.


Napoli Pizza Boynton Beach, FL

Across from Santaluces High School  is a new pizza place that replaced Dom and Louie’s named Napoli Pizza. Since my son was wrestling at a tournament across the street, I took a walk and decided to try some of the pizza here. Dom and Louie’s actually wasn’t a bad slice so I was sad to hear they couldn’t make it in this location. It had all the makings of a winning place. Booths when you walked in, a counter where you ordered from, and you could actually dine here without the nuisance or slowdown of a server.

Immediately upon entering Napoli Pizza it became evident that the layout had changed. Although they still had some booths against the west wall, there were now tables with chairs in the center and a big long un-needed bar along the east wall. Guess what? Yup…. now there was a server who asked me to sit down in order to get my 1, yes 1 slice of pizza. ARRRRRGH


Josie’s Ristorante Pizza Boynton Beach, FL

Met my wife for some lunch the other day in Boynton Beach, FL and after finally deciding on Wendy’s, we quickly left since it appeared the air conditioning was broke. In the same plaza was another eatery named Josie’s Italian Restaurant so we decided to go try it out. Both of us weren’t sure if we had sampled the food here prior, but I have a feeling we did many many years ago.

Josie’s Restaurant in Boynton Beach wasn’t anything fancy inside. It seems like the place you would find in old Florida, but it appeared cleaner. Even though they had a buffet going on during lunch time, for some reason this place only had one other couple eating there. Hope this wasn’t a bad sign of things to come.


Jersey Johnny’s Pizza Boynton Beach, FL

Vito’s in Boynton Beach recently sold, or closed, I never really got the full story. It was upsetting to me, because Vito’s was a great tasting, amazingly fair priced pizza. Recently I received a couple of emails telling me that the new place that opened there named Jersey Johnny’s Pizza, was pretty good and that I should try it out. Even the owner sent me an email to alert me that they had a change of ownership, and that I should come try it since “it would be worth my time to try it out”. Usually when an owner sends me an email, it must be good, since they realize I am negative at times, and scrutinize everything. It shows tremendous confidence when they choose to invite me in. I was looking forward to some good pizza.

Upon walking into Jersey Johnny’s Pizza in Boynton Beach, you can tell that not much had changed from the previous owners. Still a nice open seating area, but I was kind of confused if I should order from the counter, or if i needed a server to hand me my one slice of pizza I wanted to try. Even though she told me “one minute I will be right with you”, I still ended up just going to the counter myself to see what they had.


Dom & Louie’s Pizza Boynton Beach

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.


My Take On Vito’s Pizza Boynton Beach

I was driving around the Boynton Beach area and my stomach started talking to me so I knew it was time to feed the big guy. I noticed a small pizza place off of Boynton Beach Blvd called Vito’s Gourmet Pizza, and figured why not give it a try.

It looked to be a new or newly remodeled pizza spot. A nice clean environment, which is a huge must for any restaurant. It was fairly empty on a Saturday but, it was also around 3pm, so I must have missed the lunch crunch.

I ordered my usual 2 slices, well done, with meatball toppings. One thing I have to point out, if you catch this place during their “lunch special” deal, which lasts until 4pm, you can either pay $2.99 for 2 slices and a can of soda or pay $1 per slice. Think about that, $1 each. You can buy 8 slices which equates to a full pizza pie for $8 plus tax. Where can you find a quality pizza pie for under $10?

The pizza was really good. Very crisp when biting into it, the sauce was nicely done not too thick but then again not too runny. The cheese tasted real and not generic like a lot of the pizza places use to save a few bucks. It was a very good meal at a more than acceptable price. Friendly workers, good food and great pricing give this pizza stop a solid 6 out of 8 slices.

Old Style Pizza Boynton Beach

Mrs. Pizza and I went to another birthday party with my sons pre-K class.  My favorite thing about going to kids birthday parties is definitely PIZZA!!!  Old Style Pizza was a new one for me, since the party was in Boynton Beach, FL.  I thought Old Style Pizza was an interesting name.  Unfortunately, the pizza was definitely old style.  And not in a good way.  It was like an old style frozen pizza.

That’s what the crust reminded me of.  There was nothing pleasant about eating the slice.  The sauce was heavy, as was the cheese.  My first slice had a topping, so I tried the plain slice.  Definitely tasted like frozen pizza.  The crust also tasted stale, giving new meaning to the word “Old” in this joint’s name.

My friend Mr. Magorium told me to give the place a break.  It’s not easy to make 20 pies and have them delivered.  He argues that it’s not the same as eating a fresh pie.  But I don’t agree.  This is their job.  To deliver pizza to birthday parties. And our children do not deserve to be served garbage just because it is cheap.  We should only want what is best for our kids, and that means getting pizza delivered with quality and healthy ingredients.

I give  Old Style Pizza in Boynton Beach 2 of 8 slices.