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ORANGE VILLAGE, Ohio – 3 Palms Pizzeria is closed in the Pinecrest Development, and representatives for the development said its replacement is to be determined.

The restaurant’s Pinecrest eatery was fairly centrally located in the Orange Village shopping-lifestyle development, situated near one of the traffic circles amid shops, restaurants and Orangetheory. 3 Palms Pizzeria’s website does not show a Pinecrest location but has information on its other two remaining locations – at 60 Village Way in Hudson and 281 Main St. in Westlake.

The no-reservations restaurant, whose name comes from an ancient measurement unit, focuses on specialty pizzas, Neapolitan style. While sandwiches, salads and entrees are available, its bread-and-butter menu is pizza. More than a dozen offerings from puttanesca to rapini are available.

Cleveland.com reached out for comment from 3 Palms Pizzeria, which opened in 2018 – about six years after Shawn Monday and Michael Schwartz started the Hudson eatery.

It’s the latest change in Pinecrest, which is at the northeast corner of Interstate 271 and Harvard Road. A scaled-down version of Slyman’s Tavern is going in the former Oak & Embers space.

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