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Hungry for a slice of pizza? Head to these South Florida spots when you don’t want the whole pie

Here's a slice of Drunken Grandma pizza from Delray Pizza in Delray Beach on Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2024. The restaurant is a little storefront that has become famous for its Drunken Grandma slice, made of vodka sauce, mozzarella, pepperoni and other cheeses. (Amy Beth Bennett / South Florida ֱ)
Here’s a slice of Drunken Grandma pizza from Delray Pizza in Delray Beach on Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2024. The restaurant is a little storefront that has become famous for its Drunken Grandma slice, made of vodka sauce, mozzarella, pepperoni and other cheeses. (Amy Beth Bennett / South Florida ֱ)
Lois K. Solomon, reporter for the South Florida ֱ
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There are many places to get pizza in South Florida. But how many allow you to buy just a slice?

The numbers have been dwindling. So many restaurants want us to buy a whole pie. It’s easy to take the extra slices home, but it’s never as good as that first piece out of the pizzeria’s 800-degree oven.

So here’s a sampling of pizza places in Palm Beach and Broward counties that allow you to buy just a slice or two. All are individually or family-owned and often add in a soda or other combo to bring in some more money to their businesses. At these little restaurants, you can enjoy your slice of hot, cheesy heaven with no need to worry about the rest of the pie.

PALM BEACH COUNTY

Brooklyn Boys, 9967 Glades Road, Boca Raton; 561-477-3663;

Lots of different slice choices here in this little storefront, ranging from regular ($3.50) to white ($3.75) to chicken (add $1.25). A large pie goes for $18.25. Calzones, strombolis, pasta and subs are also on the menu.

Danny’s Pizza Kitchen, 3501 W. Boynton Beach Blvd., Boynton Beach; 561-200-0739;

A slice costs $3.50, two slices with a drink, $7.95. The menu also includes subs, pastas, calzones and strombolis. Said one commenter in “” the South Florida ֱ’s foodie Facebook group: “Great friendly service and probably the largest slice I have had. What a deal at $8 for 2 slices and a drink. Will be back for sure.”

Jessica Zolnowski serves slices at Delray Pizza in Delray Beach on Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2024. The restaurant is a little storefront that has become famous for its Drunken Grandma slice, made of vodka sauce, mozzarella, pepperoni and other cheeses. (Amy Beth Bennett / South Florida ֱ)
Jessica Zolnowski serves slices at Delray Pizza in Delray Beach on Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2024. (Amy Beth Bennett / South Florida ֱ)

Delray Pizza, 3025 S. Federal Highway, Delray Beach; 561-303-1279;

This casual little joint sells the “NY Cheese Slice” for $3.50, a Sicilian slice for $4.50 and a Veggie Slice for $5.50. Many patrons rave about the Drunken Grandma Slice, covered with vodka sauce, pepperoni, mozzarella, shaved Romano cheese and basil ($4.50). You can also get 20 wings for $26 and a meatball, chicken or eggplant parm sub for $8.

Tomasso’s Pizza & Subs, 1229 W. Palmetto Park Road, Boca Raton; 561-392-8985;

Tomasso’s claims to have the “biggest slice in Boca”: one-sixth of a 20-inch pie, which will cost you $4.50. Add a dollar for an extra topping, or make it a Garlic Shrimp Slice for $5.95. The gluten-free can get a cauliflower-crust pie for $2.95 or $4.25 extra, depending on size. This family-owned restaurant also serves a Calizza (half calzone, half pizza) for $22 and traditional Italian mainstays such as baked ziti, lasagna and chicken parmigiana (all $17.95).

Sean Gegen throws dough at Tomasso's Pizza & Subs, Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Tomasso's received about $2,000 from the Restaurant Revitalization Fund, which is supposed to give extra economic help to restaurants.
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Sean Gegen throws dough at Tomasso’s Pizza & Subs in this photo from 2021. (Michael Laughlin/South Florida ֱ file)

Two Tomatoes, 12040 Jog Road, Boynton Beach; 561-369-0656;

A slice will set you back $3.64; two slices and a soda, $8.51. Here’s how a local foodie recommended this family-owned eatery on “If you’re looking for a thin and crispy crust, check out Two Tomatoes in Boynton Beach! I’ve been hearing great things about their pizza. I finally got the chance to stop in and check them out last Wednesday for their $11.99 cheese pizza promo (cash or card). Delish!”

BROWARD COUNTY

Antonio’s Pizza-Rant, 13718 W. State Road 84, Davie; 954-424-1640;

A slice on the lunch menu is $2.70; a slice with soup or salad is $8.40. You can add chicken wings (10 for $15) or spaghetti and meatball ($11.70) to your slice if you’re still hungry.

Joe’s Pizza & Pasta, 1741 N. University Drive, Pembroke Pines;  954-430-5656;

On the lunch menu, get one of these combos for $7.25: a slice of pizza and salad, slice and soup, or two slices with soda.

Manhattan NY Restaurant & Pizza, 1923 Cordova Road, Fort Lauderdale; 954-990-4757;

This pizza is made with “New York water.” The all-day special includes two slices with a can of soda for $7.95. At lunchtime, there’s a half sub, slice and soda for $13.95 and a slice and soda with fries for $10.95.

Mauro’s Pizza, 1904 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood; 954-929-4001;

A slice here will cost you $5. According to one “” reviewer: “Mauro’s is a classic pizza stand with thin crust, good pizza flavor, and not greasy.”

Primanti Brothers Pizza and Grill; 901 N. Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd., Fort Lauderdale; 954-565-0605;

A slice goes for $3.39. And the beach location is open 24 hours a day. A pizza-lover posting on  described her slice-eating experience: “It was thin, but huge! I would’ve liked it to be more charred, but it was not necessary. It was piping hot, which I also loved.”

MULTIPLE LOCATIONS

Lenny’s Pizza;
9070 Kimberly Blvd., Boca Raton; 561-757-3900
6600 Stirling Road, Hollywood; 754-888-9642

Get a traditional slice of kosher pizza for $4.16. Sicilian goes for $4.94 per square.

Stromboli Pizza Kitchen; 
801 S.University Drive, Plantation; 954-472-2167
9874 Yamato Road, Boca Raton; 561-931-2926

A slice is $3.55 in Boca Raton and $3.95 in Plantation. You may get distracted upon entry and decide to order a bigger dish. That’s what happened to a pizza-lover who reported his experience on “” recently: “My intent was to get a slice of pizza. But when I walked in to Stromboli Pizza in Plantation at The Fountains plaza on University, and saw the chicken parmigiana panini I had to give it a go. It was unbelievable. Thin chicken cutlets. Sauce, cheese and the top of the bread dusted with garlic and parmigiana cheese. 10 out of 10.”

Do you have a favorite pizza place that serves single slices? Or other food-related questions? Email AskLois@sunsentinel.com.

 

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