About Us

ZIPS' is the original name of our family’s New York pizzerias on east 59th St. and Lexington Ave., and 23rd St. and Lexington Ave. as well as several other locations throughout Manhattan and Queens. When our family decided to move to beautiful Jupiter, Fl. we knew we had to move our favorite foods with us and from day one Jupiter has welcomed us with open arms. Moving forward we are making a progressive effort to be the best at what we do – serve you, our customer, the freshest, best pizza and Italian foods you’ve come to love. While we do have tried and true recipes we strictly adhere to we are always open to the input of you, our customer, as to anything we can improve on or items you’d like to see on our menu. Just let us know.  

In a world of the growing chain restaurants and streamlined cost-effective food preparation we at ZIPS' pride ourselves in our traditional ways which may cost us a bit more and take more time to prepare because we know that you know it’s the taste that matters most! We at ZIPS' promise to continue making all of our sauces, soups and pizza dough from scratch, on the premises, daily. We look forward to continue to serve Jupiter their favorite Italian Foods and of course, Pizza!  

Fresh Ingredients

We start with flour, the best imported pastas, and the best tomatoes! Add our fresh produce from our local supplier and that makes our job easier. We let our food speak! We've been crowned the best pizza and Italian food in Jupiter, Florida year after year for a reason. Have a taste, we think you'll enjoy!

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Our Dough

Our recipe is for the few. The best pizza in Jupiter requires skill. The best pizza requires dedication. The best pizza starts with the best dough we've perfected with over 60 years in the business. We give you the best pizza, always, because that's what you want! 

Customers Reviews

Consistently the best pizza in Jupiter.

Kathy Doggett

Pizza was great, staff was very friendly.

Nick Myers

The pizza is fabulous too, if your in Jupiter give this place a try.

Susan Usilton