Restaurant inspection from Washtenaw County; (last inspection checked July 28, 2015)
October 16, 2015. After rejecting Zingerman's, Pittsfield approves liquor license for Palm Palace. Ann Arbor News. "Pittsfield Township approved a class C liquor license request from the restaurant, which opened at 2370 Carpenter Rd. in 2008."
July 28, 2015. PALM PALACE - PITTSFIELD: Inspection on July 28, 2015; Washtenaw County Health Department. "ON FOLLOW UP INSPECTION FOUND THE INTERIOR SURFACES OF ICE MACHINES AND MEASURING CUPS AND SPOONS CLEAN."
July 16, 2015. PALM PALACE - PITTSFIELD: Inspection on July 16, 2015; Washtenaw County Health Department. 9 total violations, including "moldy buildup" in ice machine.
December 31, 2009 Palm Palace offers upscale Middle Eastern experience, AnnArbor.com. "The restaurant has undergone several transformations. It began serving this type of food as La Shish, the outgrowth of a Dearborn establishment, but then the ownership and name changed to Charlie’s. A year ago, the management changed yet again, taking on the Palm Palace moniker. Ann Arbor is one of three Michigan locations; the other two are in Clinton Township and Auburn Hills."