Sylvan Avenue Tavern (SAT) sailed smoothly through its first official opening week at Sylvan Thirty, bringing its signature take on artisan pizza and a wide menu, along with craft beer, a full bar, tavern games like pool and pinball, and a shaded rooftop patio that overlooks downtown Dallas.
A sibling to the popular Bryan Street Tavern (BST), SAT plans to inspire the same devotion in locals, enticing people to enjoy a true neighborhood tavern experience with a varied scratch-made menu featuring “Readers Choice for Best Pizza in DFW,” salads, wings, sandwiches and pastas. The bar is more than just cold beer—there is a thoughtfully curated selection of craft cocktails with premium spirits and a bar staff who aims to please. TVs adorn most walls making SAT an ideal place to catch a game. SAT is the only restaurant/bar in the area with a late-night kitchen open until 2AM.
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.
Zalat Pizza, the cult-classic pizza concept developed by Khanh Nguyen, announces plans to open three more locations in the DFW area between July and September with openings in South Arlington, Irving and another Dallas location.
South Arlington will open at 5415 S. Cooper St, Suite 117, Arlington, TX 76017 on Monday, July 19, Irving will open at 4835 N. O’Connor Rd, Suite 136, Irving, TX 75062 in late August, and the newest Dallas location will open at 11613 North Central Expressway, Suite 111, Dallas, TX 75243 in late September. The three new locations will strictly serve takeout through Zalat’s website or delivery via third party delivery apps.
Zalat is rapidly expanding its footprint within the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, and these locations will put Zalat’s store count at 15.
Also in early August, the pizza brand plans to open a smaller footprint location at The Exchange Hall located in the AT&T Discovery District in Downtown Dallas offering a new take on their traditional concept. Going by the name Zalat Slices, the location will exclusively serve pizza by the slice, a first for any of Zalat’s stores.
Serious Pizza – best known for its “Seriously Large” 30” pies – is gearing up to make its Fort Worth debut in May. Located at 2728 West 7th St., Serious Pizza Fort Worth will feature the brand’s over the top experience with giant pies, killer merch and more.
To help execute its upbeat, welcoming vibe, Serious Pizza is seeking up to 30 individuals for multiple positions, including line cooks, hosts, pizza runners, dough throwers and dish washers. Interested candidates can apply online at seriouspizza.com.
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!”
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.