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A pizza that's half tomato with ham, half cheese with broccoli



La Loggia

$$$$Perfect For:Gluten-Free OptionsCasual Weeknight Dinner

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Italians don’t really eat pizza for lunch, which means pizzerias tend to be open only for dinner. Fúnnaco PizzaLab, located in La Loggia, follows suit. Here, you’ll find all kinds of pizza styles, from Roman to Neapolitan and everything in between, plus pan pies called pizza al padellino. It’s always packed, so reserve a table and enjoy a casual night in the heart of Palermo’s city center, just behind the Piazza di San Domenico and the Vucciria Market. It’s big, with roughly 100 seats inside and outdoor tables on the quiet side alley in the summertime.

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