Dallasites will soon have the chance to savor the pizza that celebrities obsess over when Prince Street Pizza, the Manhattan mainstay, makes its DFW debut with its first-ever pop-up, Oct. 21-31.
To welcome Prince Street in true Texas style, Dallas’ new Off The Menu Club will host a launch party on Wednesday, Oct. 20, from 5-11 p.m., exclusively for Club members and ambassadors. In addition to experiencing the pizzeria’s most popular slices – Spicy Spring and Prince Perfection – partygoers will enjoy live music and specialty Deep Ellum cocktails.
“I have a lot of friends from Dallas and elsewhere who won’t visit New York City without stopping by Prince Street Pizza, so I’m really excited to bring our signature pies to the Big D,” said Off The Menu Club CEO Lawrence Longo.
Not that Dallas foodies need another reason to join the Off The Menu Club, but during the pop-up, members of the exclusive app will be able to redeem a specialty slice from popular Vietnamese street food spot Cris & John. The one-of-a-kind Birria Pizza slice will be available at the pop-up location for OTM members only, Oct. 24-31.
For those who don’t yet have the OTM app, there’s still time to join the club and gain access to this one-of-a-kind dining experience! For just $20 a month, OTM members receive one complimentary secret menu item per day from a list of carefully curated local establishments that partner with OTM. To become a member, download the app and sign up today. Once the subscription is activated, it’s time to eat!
The pop-up will be open to the public from Oct. 21-31. Prince Street Pizza will also be available for delivery exclusively through its local sponsor, Uber Eats, from noon to 10 p.m. through Oct. 31.
“We’re delighted to bring Prince Street Pizza to our Dallas members,” Longo said. “They’re going to flip when they get their exclusive taste of Birria Pizza, and our launch party is going to be kickass. I have no doubt some of the biggest names in Dallas will be dropping by during our pop-up. It’s going to be a really fun 10 days!”
To learn more about Off The Menu, visit offthemenuco.com.