Find heaven in a slice of pizza at Can­noli Kitchen

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This is a pizza lover’s par­adise. Out on dis­play at the front counter are nu­mer­ous pies with a va­ri­ety of top­pings: chicken ba­con ranch, ar­ti­choke and spinach, fresh arugula, cheeses­teak. You’ll be like a kid in a candy shop, try­ing to de­cide which ones to choose. There’s a lot more on the menu too: sal­ads, hot and cold subs, pasta, wings. Veal, chicken and shrimp dishes also are served.

AT­MOS­PHERE

Ca­sual. You place your or­der at the counter, then grab a drink from the cooler. There are a few ta­bles in­side, more out­side.

OUR FA­VORITE FOOD/PRICE

We de­cided to try a cou­ple of slices. We loved the bar­be­cue chicken pizza ($4), topped with cheese, onions and pep­pers along with ten­der pieces of chicken. The bar­be­cue sauce was sweet and de­li­cious. The slice of eg­g­plant Parme­san pizza ($4) was just as tast y. My son-in-law en­joyed a slice of pep­per­oni ($3.50). The crust is thick and firm enough to hold the gen­er­ous por­tion of top­pings. The slices are large, too; two were more than enough for me.

REA­SON TO GO

Be­cause you can buy pizza by the slice, you can try new and in­ter­est­ing com­bi­na­tions each time, with­out com­mit­ting to a whole pi e . There’s no com­pro - mis­ing with your pep­per­oni-lov­ing friend if you’re a vege­tar­ian; you can both find a slice of de­li­cious­ness to your lik­ing.

SER­VICE

The per­son at the counter tak­ing our or­der was fairly aloof. The per­son cook­ing the piz­zas was much more wel­com­ing. Our slices were heated quickly and de­liv­ered to our ta­ble.

NOISE LEVEL

It’s a neigh­bor­hood pizza place, so it’s go­ing to have traf­fic. When we dined, only two other ta­bles were oc­cu­pied, so it was fairly quiet.

KID FRIENDLY

Def­i­nitely a place to take the kids. My grand­chil­dren loved it.

PHOTO BY JA­SON LOWRY

Can­noli Kitchen in Boca Ra­ton is a pizza lover’s par­adise. On dis­play at the front counter are nu­mer­ous pies with a va­ri­ety of top­pings. There’s a lot more on the menu too: sal­ads, hot and cold subs, pasta, wings. Veal, chicken and shrimp dishes also are served.

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