The pies here come in all different styles. From classic Italian Neapolitan pizza to simple slices and NY-style pizzas, there’s something for everybody here. And yes, the portions in Texas are big.
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Cane Rosso serves the most authentic wood-fired Neapolitan pizzas in Texas and now has three locations across Dallas.
The key is the quality of the ingredients handmade dough rolled daily, mozzarella made in-house and toppings that are to die for. Once you taste their pizzas you might not ever be able to have any other slice again and be truly happy.
Eno’s is a real family restaurant and perfect place for a day out. They opened right in the heart of the recession in 2008 but have grown from strength to strength since then.
With thin and crispy pies that are make for sharing, a great selection of beers on taps and wonderful side dishes there really is something for everybody here.
The dough is naturally leavened with a proprietary starter they’ve named ‘Romo’, which is the key to these amazing pizzas.
With two ovens in the kitchen the pies always arrive to the table piping hot and layered with the freshest and most delicious toppings. Add in 35 beers on tap and this is the sort of place you are never going to want to leave.
Sal is a New York native who moved his business to Dallas way back in 1982. They’ve been making proper New York-style pizza ever since and keeping customers happy for over 35 years.
They have other stunning dishes on the menu here, but don’t lose focus. You come here for one thing and one thing only and that is the pizza.
The perfect place to come and hang out with friends with a combination of great live music, pizza and beer. What more could you want in life?
The pizza dough and sauce are made fresh daily and feature Texas-grown vegetables and herbs. It is perfectly thin and crispy and layered with just the right amount of toppings.
An absolute gem of a venue.
Social Pie is so much more than just a Dallas pizza restaurant. They have a group of charities who receive up to 5% of the price of the pies and the whole restaurant is built around sustainability.
They are also focused on composting and run a seriously green operation.
Although you’ll feel good about eating here knowing you are helping others you’ll also feel good as soon as you taste the pie. Out of this world flavours.
You know you’re in for a serious pizza when you walk in and see the pizza makers wear trademark leather holsters that hold the tools of their trade.
Greenville Avenue also happen to serve some of the best wings in town, which makes this the perfect place to come with friends. Mix and match on the ordering and have a little of everything.
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