Mizner Plaza Pizza (Boca Raton)

Posted on November 28th, 2012 · Boca Raton Italian Pizza

***** Mizner Plaza Pizza, 134 Northeast 2nd Street, Boca Raton, Florida 33432, (561) 826-7123.

Got a real good, “mom & pop” red sauce” Italian joint for you…Mizner Plaza Pizza in Boca Raton.

If you wanna talk “hole in the wall”…talk, Mizner Plaza Pizza. The joint is located in a strip center-right across the street from Mizner Park—maybe the joint has 6 tables inside and 4 tables outside. For a bit of color—I think this crap location had two other pizza joints before Mizner Plaza decided to test its luck in the spot.

At this stage of the game–you can check menu/prices at

Let’s talk food…

The other night- Jeff Eats, Mrs. Jeff Eats and another couple tried Mizner Plaza Pizza out for dinner. We ordered a chopped salad, large plain pizza, veal parm sub, meat lasagna, sausage/peppers/onion sub—everything was right on the money. I will tell you, that the pizza which was thin/crisp/sweet sauce was absolutely delicious.

Just so we are straight with each other, Mizner Plaza Pizza is a “pizza joint.”…Nothing fancy going on here—so your shorts/tee shirt ensemble is the dress of the day.

Let me wrap this one up for you, Jeff Eats really enjoyed Mizner Plaza Pizza. The food was very good. The prices were neighborhood pizza joint prices. The no frills atmosphere was cool.

Mizner Plaza Pizza is open Monday-Thursday 11am-9:30pm, Friday-Saturday 11am-10:30pm, Sunday noon-8:30pm.

6 Comments to “Mizner Plaza Pizza (Boca Raton)”

  1. Donnie J. says...

    Hey Jeff,
    I reprinted review from March, 2012. They didnt care for the pizza all that much.

    “Across the South entrance to Mizner Park in Boca Raton lies a strip mall that has seen plenty of businesses come and go. At the eastern end of the plaza in a corner that is very hard to see, lies a new pizza place called Mizner Pizzeria. Mizner Pizzeria in Boca Raton took the place of Jonathan’s Corner which seemed to be put up for sale, soon after opening. After our first dining experience there, it was quite evident that Jonathan’s didn’t really have the pizza prowess necessary to remain opened for long.

    People sent in emails soon after Jonathan’s Corner opened to advise me that the location was for sale. My normal reaction to those that were interested and were looking for advice was that the location seemed doomed, since nothing lasts there, and no matter how good you are, some locations are empty or for sale for a reason.

    We arrived at Tucci’s Pizza the other day too early since I forgot they open at 12:00pm, and for some odd reason I thought they had opened at 11:00am. Since Mizner Plaza Pizza was within walking distance, we headed over there to see if they had opened officially yet. We were happy to see that their doors were opened and pizza was on the counter. So far Mizner Plaza Pizza in Boca Raton hadn’t done much in the way of redesigning the place, but there really wasn’t much that needed to be redone. Mizner Pizza isn’t that big of a place to begin with, and the current tables and chairs are in good shape. They might want to make sure they remove all traces of Jonathan’s Corner from the establishment. As you can see their soda machine is still branded by the previous owners. Why not just get a major brand of soda in these fountains while you are at it guys.

    Just like when we had eaten at Jonathan’s Corner for the first time, we were still confused at Mizner Pizza as what to do when we entered. Since there is a regular pizza counter, and a counter off to the right against the wall it was confusing where you order. It was also unclear if we order at the counter to begin with, or just seat ourselves and wait for a server. Hopefully the new owners will put up a sign saying Order Here or something.

    We got a plain pie which was 20 inches but also priced at $17.00. I think this will be a deterrent for people to come and order pizza here. Many would prefer a $13.00 18 inch pie instead, so I am not sure that a 20 inch novelty for that price will help attract repeat customers. Especially when the crust took up abut 2-3 inches of that 20 inch pie, which really made it about an 18 inch full pizza anyways. Stretching shouldn’t add so much money to a pie guys.

    The pizza came out hot and crispy but could have benefited from an additional minute of cooking. The slice didn’t fall apart when I lifted it towards my mouth and I liked the consistency of the slice, sans the bubbles that the pizza maker failed to pay attention to and pop. The pie had the right amount of cheese, but a little lite on the sauce, which didn’t really impact my decisioin too much, since it had very little taste to it at all. Actually this pizza all around had very little taste. It isn’t that it tasted good, or tasted bad so to say. It just really didn’t taste. The consistency of the pizza was good, the look was good, but I am having a hard time describing the taste. It wasn’t very memorable.

    The new owner of Mizner Pizza asked us what we thought of the pizza on the way out, and I told him honestly that I thought his pizza was average at best and lacked a lot of taste. He seemed to genuinely absorb the feedback, and asked if we would come back. I told him I most certainly would since he just opened and I would love to try it again once he perfects his pizza. We gave him a few suggestions (he had no idea who we were) and said he needs to make it the best he could. I respected him for this, and wish him a ton of success and many years of prosperity. We will go try the pizza again in about a month just to see if he actually listened to the feedback or just patronized us. He really just needs to sweeten the sauce and it will impact the overall taste. I have always felt that it is important to be honest with places who ask you how the food was. When it is good I say it is good, but when it is bad or average it is equally as important to give your input.

    Also, I fear that at $3.00 a slice, regardless of how big it is, that Mizner Pizza will not appeal to many of the people around the area. $2.50 would even be excessive to charge for a slice, so I sure hope you consider lowering your prices, and sell more. I was quite happy to see that they had Garlic Knots on the menu, but it turned out they were just big rolls.

    Mizner Plaza Pizzeria in Boca Raton gets 4 out of 8 slices. Stay tuned for our second try next month.”

  2. Jeff Eats says...

    Donnie J.:

    Just had a chance to read your comments or should I say the comments of

    My buddies over at worstpizza do a terrific job reporting on pizza.

    Just maybe Mizner Pizza’s owner listened to worstpizza and sweetened up the pizza sauce. All I know, is that the pizza I had was delicious and had an excellent sweet red sauce.

    Thanks for reading…

  3. Ken G. says...

    I eat lunch once a week at Mizner Pizza.
    I work two minutes away and enjoy a couple of slices while sitting outside.
    The pizza is delicious. The slices are huge and the owner couldn’t be more pleasant.

  4. Bobby Tado says...

    A few weeks ago my wife and I stopped in and had a couple of slices. The pizza was excellent. Can’t comment on other menu items.

  5. Gene R. says...

    The location is bad. Stuck all the way in a corner of a lousy center. For those who dont know where it’s at, right next to Post Office.
    Ive eaten there.
    Pizza and subs are good.
    The problem it has is location because the food is decent enough.
    Gene R.

  6. Ya says...

    Jeff its on 2 st you have ave written for the address

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