Are You Seriously Ready for Serious Pizza Grand Re-Opening?

Serious Pizza is set to start offering guests a bigger, better experience with giant pies, killer merch, weekend DJs and more, when it reopens in mid-February.

If you know Serious Pizza, you know they go BIG. Fans will notice the difference as soon as they walk through the door. Not in the Seriously Large 30” New York-style pizza that guests obsess over, but in the overall experience. For starters, this location now boasts a floating DJ booth, suspended from the ceiling! The popular over-the-top pizzeria will also host a live DJ on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights, appealing to its infamous late-night crowd, and new lifestyle-focused merchandise will be available for purchase. In addition to renovating the space and enhancing operations, Serious Pizza now features a brand-new team, including a Floor Captain that will help cultivate the in-restaurant experience.

To celebrate, opening day festivities will include a dough-throwing showcase in the dining room throughout the day, a live DJ from 10 p.m. to 3 a.m., and a special, branded t-shirt gifted to the last person in line!

“Milkshake Concepts couldn’t be more excited to take an already amazing concept and start serving our over-the-top pies, while sharing Serious Pizza’s awesome new experience,” said Imran Sheikh, Co-Founder & CEO of Milkshake Concepts. “We used last year to focus on the four walls and are extremely proud of what we’ve created. We’ve made a lot of improvements, and the biggest difference will be the experience curated by our incredible team. We’re seriously looking forward to reopening next month!”

Located at 2807 Elm St. in the heart of Deep Ellum, Serious Pizza will be open every Sunday through Wednesday from 11 a.m. to midnight and Thursday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 a.m.

The upgraded 5,000-square-foot restaurant is Serious Pizza’s flagship location. Milkshake Concepts plans to expand the brand, with a second location already in development in Fort Worth. For more information, visit

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