Friday, April 1, 2011

Palio's opens in West Little Rock

Posted By on Fri, Apr 1, 2011 at 11:00 PM

Palios Little Rock
Palio's Pizza Cafe is now open at 3 Rahling Circle in The Village at Rahling Road. A Dallas-based chain with around 30 franchises, the restaurant separates itself from its competition through its dough, according to co-owner Syed Jamal: Palio’s makes its dough fresh twice, sometimes three times a day, then they hand-toss it and stretch it over a screen. The result is a crust that is neither thick nor thin, Jamal said.

The restaurant serves beer and wine. For now at least, it opens at 11 a.m. daily. Jamal said his closing time will depend on customers. The phone number is 501-821-0055. The restaurant’s website is www.palioslittlerock.com, but a Facebook page currently has more information.

There's a menu on the Facebook page, but much of it is too small to read. One item that stands out: a $7.99 lunch special, that comes with a salad, drink and either pizza, sandwich, calzone or pasta. It runs from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. Monday through Friday, Jamal said.

Jamal co-owns the restaurant with his brothers Kawser Jamal and Khalid Jamal and his uncle Hamid Patel.

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