Honestly? Thanksgiving is mostly about watching football, stuffing yourself with turkey, having a few drinks, and arguing with your uncle. But often lost in those national pastimes is the actual “giving thanks” part. So GAPCo is getting ahead of the curve, and giving thanks to all of its friends and supporters this Friday.
On November 17, GAPCo is offering $2 two-topping slices at its second (and newest) location at 1145 Peavy Rd from open until close. That means you’ve got a full day and much of the night to enjoy discounted pizza. Because if there’s anything better than pizza, it’s cheaper-than-usual pizza—ideally with a beer, too, so be sure to order one of those to wash it all down.
GAPCo has been embraced by the East Dallas community, and feels so fortunate to have the support of its regulars and new customers alike. This is just their small way of giving back the best way they know how—with pizza. Everyone’s invited, so mark your calendar, then follow that fresh-baked scent to $2 pizza glory
Dallasites can stop by for a pie and pint at the Arizona-based concept’s third national location when it opens in Deep Ellum on Thursday, October 12. Developed by Evening Entertainment Group (EEG), led by Diane and Les Corieri, Bottled Blonde Pizzeria + Beer Garden will showcase contemporary Italian fare, including the brand’s signature pizzas and extensive local craft beer selection, in a high-energy setting.
Whether grabbing lunch or viewing the big game, the dynamic, open-air concept, located at 505 N. Good Latimer Expy is set to bring something fresh – both in menu and design – to the district. Continue reading
After much anticipation, Greenville Avenue Pizza Company is finally ready to unveil its new restaurant at the corner of Garland Road and Peavy Road. The company’s second location joins the bustling neighborhood that includes friendly neighbors like Goodfriend Beer Garden, the Goodfriend Package Store, 20 Feet Seafood Joint and Hello Dumpling. Now, the appetizing intersection can add pizza to its roster. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
Once an area bereft of pizza, with the small exception of Dominos, the Cedars area of Dallas (which is the area south of downtown, and include South Lamar) we now have Zalat. Soon a restaurateur from Plano who owns the familiar and popular Italian Bistro will open Southside Pizzeria at 1210 S Lamar which is directly across the street from Southside Ballroom and Gilley’s, and below Southside Flats Continue reading
Eno’s Pizza Tavern will officially launch Eno’s Side Dough this month, expanding its takeout and delivery business. A play on words, Eno’s Side Dough will be located next to the restaurant in a neighboring space at 405 N. Bishop Ave.
Eno’s Side Dough will offer the restaurant’s full menu – including its signature cracker thin crust pizzas – for carryout or delivery, as well as grab-and-go sandwiches and salads for people on the run. To complete the meal, packaged craft beer and wine will be available for purchase. Eno’s Side Dough will also exclusively offer a specialty dessert pie in collaboration with neighbor Emporium Pies. Orders can be placed online at enospizza.com or over the phone. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
A few weeks back I proposed I should go forth into the city and take on a few restaurants that one reading craveDFW on a regular basis not deem as craveable. I solicited a list of what soon became a dare with those commenting on Facebook. I am sometimes referred to as food snobbish, and nothing could be further than the truth. As long time readers are aware we will write about things we love, and leave the rest of the chaff for those that prefer writing more hateful tomes.
Negative is so much more fun and easier to write. A critical expression is also more entertaining to write, I can guarantee. However, we wish to give our gentle readers something they might actually be able to use on a date night with their loved ones as opposed to a half hour of dredge that is totally unusable. Take all this how you will. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
One of our very favorite pizzerias is closing its door after tonight, and not due to any horrific market turn or extreme lease hikes. Dough will be moving their operations to Plano into a smaller footprint to match a similar set up as the new San Antonio location opening soon near the historic Alamo. Continue reading