Local Pizza Joint, Zalat, is Taking Over the Planet One Location At a Time

Khanh Nguyen’s cult classic pizza concept, Zalat Pizza, is growing to its 11th unit with its first location in Arlington and will open at 1805 N Collins St, Suite 141, Arlington, TX 76011 on Monday, April 5. The new location will function as another ghost kitchen for the growing pizza brand, strictly serving takeout through Zalat’s website or delivery via third party delivery apps.

“We are excited to offer a more convenient location for our fans living in Arlington who have been driving to Fort Worth to get their Zalat fix,” says Nguyen, CEO and Founder of Zalat Pizza. “We have had great success with our ghost kitchen model this year and believe our customers in Arlington will enjoy eating our craft pizzas in the comfort of their own homes too!”

The first Zalat opened on Fitzhugh Avenue in 2015 and quickly became Dallas’ favorite late-night pizzeria. Everything is scratch-made from their dough, to fresh sauce with oven-roasted Roma tomatoes and fresh basil. Zalat uses 100% beef pepperoni and the most delicious cheese they can get their hands on. In fact, Nguyen pays more for cheese than he does in rent every month!

All pizzas are taste-tested months before they make it onto the menu. Pizzas are cooked in traditional deck ovens to create the perfect balance between crispy and chewy… not to mention those awesome little char bubbles. Before any pizza goes out the door, a zealot always inspects it for perfection and personally signs the box. If it’s not up to par, they make it again.

Zalat is known for elevating the common pepperoni pizza into a work of art along with many unique pizza combinations like the Pho Shizzle, Elote, Loaded Notato, Pineapple Express, and more. An equally famous and crave-able essential is their trademarked sauce, Srirancha – a combination of Sriracha and ranch to create the perfect mind-blowing pizza dipping sauce!

The new Arlington location will be open from 11 a.m. – 12 a.m. Monday – Saturday, 11 a.m. – 10 p.m. Sunday.

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