Pala Pizza Temporarily Closed for Renovations

Posted on: January 9th, 2012 at 6:18 am by

Another Allen Street restaurant recently closed its doors for some renovations.  Sorella ain’t the only one.  Further up the thoroughfare at 198 Allen, garage-door slice spot Pala Pizza is now sporting the tell-tale window wrapping paper.  Dun dun dun!

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Well, not exactly. In a bid to allay any sort of fear-mongering among its customer base, management taped signs to the doorway imploring the curious few to follow the remodeling progress via online outlets.  Pala Pizza shut down its 198 Allen Street digs just after the new year and plans to reopen this Wednesday.

A snapshot of the new counter underway:

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How do you rank Pala in comparison to other local pizza joints?

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