Historians agree that Western civilization reached its apex in Italy—either during the Renaissance or with the invention of the pizza guy. Feast on Italian genius with today’s Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of pizza and other Italian favorites at Palio’s Pizza Cafe's Grapevine or Denton locations. This Groupon is good for dine-in, takeout, or delivery.
The artisans of circular delight at Palio’s use fresh ingredients and minor sorcery to produce a menu of creative, gourmet pizzas. The friendly pizza-builders slather a base of tangy, fresh sauce on made-fresh-daily dough before blanketing it in a snowfall of 100% mozzarella cheese. Those with wheat allergies can opt for Palio's new gluten-free crust. The parlor features gourmet preconcocted pies ($9.99 and up) and build-your-own roundies, starting with a plain crust ($6.19 and up) that can be enhanced with creative toppings ($0.80–$1.60 each). Toppings include familiar favorites such as sausage and pepperoni, in addition to less-traveled options such as green olives, baby spinach, cashews, and artichoke hearts. Of the preconceived disks, white-collar criminals prefer Grace’s, a rich combination of alfredo sauce, roasted chicken, and fresh veggies and cheeses, whereas wannabe royals enjoy The King, which is crowned with pepperoni, sausage, ham, and fresh veggies, and easily sat on like a throne.
If food shaped like frisbees doesn't appeal to you, Palio’s offers plenty of other homemade Italian treats, including farm-fresh salads ($3.79 and up) and pastas ($8.99) loaded with homemade sauce. The cozy, casual setting at Palio's will make you feel at home, with a staff that can portray your parents upon request.
CityVoters nominated the Pailo's Denton location for consideration as one of the top-five pizza places in 2009. Ninety-six percent of Urbanspooners recommend the Grapevine location, and ninety-five percent like the Denton location.
- Had never been to Palios, and was impressed first of all with the variety and combination of ingredients listed in their specialty pizzas. There is a broad spectrum of both meat lovers and vegetarian pizzas, with more than just your average ho-hum ingredient combinations as [sic] at most places. – copetenn, Grapevine location
- It was all good from the dough to the sauce and cheese. And the Roma tomatoes are to die for. – Jacob Polakoff, Denton location