While you were attending culinary school in Texas, you probably learned about all the great places to eat in Dallas. The northern Texas city is a great place to be if you’re a foodie. If you are in the mood for something simple, stop by one of the city’s pizza restaurants. Here are five pizza places to try in Dallas.
Zoli’s NY Pizza Tavern
If you have a taste for New York style pizza, give Zoli’s NY Pizza Tavern a try. This pizza joint has only been around for a couple of years and is already a favorite among locals. Zoli’s NY Pizza Tavern is also popular for its Grandma and Sicilian pizza slices, which are thick and cooked to perfection. If you are extra hungry, order the zucchini fries or garlic knots as an appetizer.
Fireside Pies was established in 2004 and is known for its artisan pizzas cooked in wood-fired ovens. The local chain serves a variety of unique pizza pies on its menu, including the meatball pie, chicken sausage pie and burrata pesto pie. If you want to enjoy a hand-crafted cocktail with your pizza, try the Grapefruit Rickey or Fireside Margarita.
Eno’s Pizza Tavern
Decorated with rich woods and red brick, Eno’s Pizza Tavern is the perfect place to go to with your friends after work. If you are on the fence about which pizza to order, try the Zampina; it’s made with hamburger, basil, red onion and bell pepper. The restaurant also features an extensive craft beer list on its menu, so make sure to order one with your pizza.
This restaurant’s New York style thin crust pizza is hand tossed and made with homemade sauce and dough. The portions here are huge, so you will never leave hungry. Whether you order the deluxe or big meat pizza, your taste buds will not be disappointed.
Tony’s Pizza and Pasta
If you are looking for affordable pizza in a low-key atmosphere, stop by Tony’s Pizza and Pasta. The White Wonder and Meat Lovers Pizza are some of the most popular choices on the menu. Tony’s Pizza and Pasta is also known for its delicious pastas; try the Linguini Primavera or Tortellini Bolognese. This pizza joint is also BYOB, so don’t hesitate to bring a bottle of wine with you.