Q. What's the difference between a Plain and a Mozzarella pizza?

A. Our much loved Plain Pizza is made with Cheddar cheese. Some folk prefer Mozzarella to Cheddar, so we offer that as well.

Q. What comes on your Special Pizza?

A. Pepperoni, Sausage, Meatball, Onions, Peppers, and Mushrooms.

Q. What's the difference between a "Special" and a "Premium" pizza?

A. The Special has the six toppings mentioned above. The Premium pricing is for pizzas with 4 or more toppings of your choice, or combinations that include the pricier toppings such as Chicken or Artichoke.

Q. What's a grinder?

A. The sandwich known in other parts of the country as a sub, hoagie, or hero is known in New London County as a "grinder". Since this sandwich was invented in New London--we ain't changing.

Q. What's a Regular Grinder?

A. A Regular is Salami grinder.

Q. What comes on your Grinders?

A. Most of our grinders come with Provolone, Lettuce, Tomato, Olive Oil, Oregano salt and pepper. The Meatball, Sausage and Eggplant grinders come with sauce and melted Mozzarella cheese. All of our grinders can come with Swiss, American, Mayo, Cabbage, Pickles, Green Pepper, Onion, Roasted Pepper, Jalapeno, at no extra charge.

Q. What comes on your Garden Salad?

A. Our Garden Salad has Lettuce, Tomato, Onion, Bell Pepper, Olives, a little bit of Carrot and Red Cabbage, and is seasoned with a sprinkle of Parmesian Cheese, Salt, Pepper, and Oregano.

Q. Is Pizza Palace still owned by the same people?

A. Yes. Ted and Christina have owned and operated the Pizza Palace since 1965, and are still there everyday. After 40 years of serving Groton, we built our own building and moved (right next door to our old location) in 2006 in order to serve you better. But nothing else has changed. You can still stop by and see Teddy making the pizza dough in the morning!

Q. What are your hours?

A. We are open Tuesday through Sunday 10am-9pm. We are closed Mondays and major holidays such as Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years and Independence Day, as well as Easter and Greek Easter.

Our phone number: 860-445-1111.
Our address: 944 Poquonnock Road (Route 1) Groton, Conn.

Call ahead or just stop by for the number one pizza in town!