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Olivella’s Pizza and Wine Shop, Dallas-Fort Worth’s critically acclaimed Roman and Neapolitan pizza kitchen, is launching late-night weekend hours for carryout and delivery. Starting August 13, on Fridays and Saturdays until 2 a.m. in Dallas and midnight in Fort Worth, Olivella’s can be picked up or delivered. 

It is also augmenting its already-robust pizza offering to include Detroit-style pizza as a late-night-only option at its Camp Bowie location in Fort Worth. Building on its legacy of century-old recipes from one of Naples, Italy’s oldest pizza families, the nationally recognized traditional Italian pizzeria is creating a unique Detroit-style pizza using beloved old-style Italian flavors. Detroit pizza, which features sauce on top of the pie and a thicker, rectangular crust, will only be available during late-night shifts via Olivella’s delivery or third-party delivery in Fort Worth. It will be available at the restaurant’s Dallas locations later this fall. 

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Olivella’s Offers Updated Menu

Olivellas-Pizza-314by Jennifer Thomas

Olivella’s, opened by the third oldest pizza family from Naples, Italy, continues to build an extensive roster of flavorful, rustic Italian dishes around its award-winning menu of Neapolitan and Roman-style pizzas. The latest additions include: Cheese Dip with House-made Bread; Sausage, Gorgonzola, and Tomato Sauce antipasta plate; Prosciutto and Blue Cheese Pizza Roll antipasta plate; Chicken Piccata pasta plate; and Peanut Butter and Nutella panini.

All of the new menu items will be introduced at Olivella’s Neo Pizza Napoletana’s Lakewood and Victory Park locations. The University Park location will offer three of the items, including the Sausage, Gorgonzola, and Tomato Sauce antipasta plate, the Prosciutto and Blue Cheese Pizza Roll, and the Peanut Butter and Nutella panini.  Continue reading

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HPISD Closes Cafeteria Until October And We Have Suggestions

childby Steven Doyle

Earlier today my friend who runs the whimsical Oh So Cynthia webby called out in terror when she received word that the Highland Park Middle School cafeteria would be shut down until October. This means thousands of Parkie moms will have to pay their housekeepers overtime to create a satisfying meal for their children to take to school.

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