With all the pressure that Valentine’s Day brings (finding a date, finding the right gift…) at least you won’t have to worry about dinner this year. Because Greenville Avenue Pizza Company is handling that via their special heart-shaped pizzas.
Wings are definitely the perennial fiery bar snack that can be shared by the basket, or devoured solo for a quick meal taken with a very cold beer or a soothing pinot noir. Dallas has their share of very good examples, and much more that are flat on flavor. The latter are of the frozen and pre-sauced variety; an abomination unto mankind. However, done well the wing can be spirited, imaginative, and definitely make you yearn for more.
A perfect wing has a delicate balance of tender white meat that oozes its own juices with a fine balance of sauce and very little decor. A bit of crudité and side of house-made blue cheese dressing is perfect. Some have elevated this combination, others take on an interesting ethnic twist. Let’s explore the better examples in the Dallas area. Continue reading →
This Sunday, the day you’ve been waiting for all year finally arrives. No, not the Academy Awards. We’re talking, of course, about National Pizza Day. To celebrate this annual homage to the world’s greatest food, Greenville Avenue Pizza Company is offering half-price all slices from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Continue reading →
The last day of school for Dallas Independent School District falls on Wednesday, May 29th (today), which means that thousands of kids will be pouring out of schools looking for something fun to do. Parents with school-age children already know this. But what they probably don’t know is that Dallas’s favorite pizza joint is celebrating the last day of school–and the unofficial start to summer–by offering FREE pizza to straight A students.
That’s right, May 29 through June 2, parents can bring their grade Kindergarten-5th grade kids to Greenville Avenue Pizza Company’s Peavy Road location with report cards in hand. Anyone who received straight As will get a free slice of one-topping pizza. It’s a simple and delicious way for parents to honor their hard-working children. And, let’s be honest: it’s also a great excuse for the family to get together for some pizza.