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Don Boyd | all galleries >> Memories of Old Hialeah, Old Miami and Old South Florida Photo Galleries - largest non-Facebook collection on the internet >> Miami Area RESTAURANTS, Drive-Ins, Bars, Lounges, Liquor Stores, Clubs, Strip Joints, etc. Gallery - All Years - click to view >> Pizza Palace Images Gallery - click on image to view the gallery > 1960's & 70's - the Pizza Palace at 3099 S. W. 8th Street, Miami
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1960's/1970's Courtesy of George Young

1960's & 70's - the Pizza Palace at 3099 S. W. 8th Street, Miami

3099 S. W. 8th Street, Miami, Florida view map

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Ronald H. Card 20-May-2023 13:51
I was born in Miami in NOV of 1944, and I recall, in the mid-1950s this round building was painted orange and called the Orange Julip, and dispensed orange juice. Later, it was sold and became the Pizza Palace, and at the time, 1958, I lived right across the street from it in SW 8th St., at 860 SW 31st Ave, and I attended Auburndale Elementary School several blocks away. The Pizza Palace was a hang out for high school kids who would park in the back rows and cavort. -- Ron Card, VA.
Leighton 09-Apr-2017 17:43
The shape of the building resembles an orange, as does the sign. Perhaps related to that?
Leighton 09-Apr-2017 16:02
Does anyone know what that building was, before becoming a pizza place? Very unique design.