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The “giant slices” at Pizzaiolo's Pizza & Pasta are not named lightly—they’re so big, they require two plates to hoist their cheesy mass. This emphasis on quantity extends to the eatery’s New York-style pies, which range from 16 to 30 inches in size. Sprinkled with toppings such as chicken and jalapenos, the pizzas are tailored to each order, satisfying the needs of vegetarians, carnivores, and elusive omnivores alike. Calzones, meatball subs, and daily pasta specials round out Pizzaiolo’s smorgasbord of Italian staples.

355 E Westchester Pkwy
Grand Prairie,
TX
US

Greenville Avenue Pizza Company stays open until 3 a.m. seven days a week, folding and tossing specialty pizzas, wings, and calzones. A monthly wing-eating contest tests the stomach's limits and taste buds' patience by making them work overtime, though the reward is in each bite; wings can be coated in any of the pizzeria's specialty sauces, ranging from hot or mild to lemon pepper and orange chipotle. Piping-hot pizza comes by the slice or whole pie, with specialties such as the greek pizza with sun-dried tomatoes, feta, pepperoncini, and green olives. More in league with the way home dining rooms feel than how typical pizza parlors are set up, the restaurant’s interior lets diners lounge on padded chairs and benches featuring wrought-iron embellishments as they gather amid displays of art and tables long enough to seat whole families, teams, or all your Canadian girlfriends.

1923 Greenville Ave
Dallas,
TX
US

A go-to East Dallas hangout known for its great beer selection and laid-back atmosphere (think dim lighting, red vinyl booths, pool tables and a jukebox), Bryan Street Tavern is also recognized as having some of the best bar food in town. That’s particularly true of the thin and crispy-crusted pizza, offered with unusual toppings like buffalo chicken, blue cheese and celery or corned beef, sauerkraut and Thousand Island sauce. Beer-basted chicken wings are offered in a kaleidoscope of different flavors, ranging from mild to burn-your-face-off; other options include a Philly cheese steak topped with traditional Cheese Whiz, or a candied jalapeño-battered corn dog, all of which pair perfectly with one of the many local craft beers on tap. The dog-friendly patio’s picnic tables are packed when the weather permits.

4315 Bryan St
Dallas,
TX
US

Touting four eateries including a brand-new Denton location—the Cedar Springs location crowned as one of Dallas's best pizza spots by CitySearch Voters in 2010—Zini's Pizzeria entrances taste buds with colossal specialty pies and pastas doused with house-made sauces. More than 100 coins of pepperoni and a pound of mozzarella embellish the popular 100 Pounder pizza, a pie used to motivate T-rexes to increase their highest bench-pressing weight. A garden's worth of fresh spinach, tomatoes, artichoke hearts, and roasted corn set down roots in the Farmers Market pie. A recipe kept close to the vest or encrypted on wooden spoons guides chefs as they concoct a secret sauce destined for the crispy crust of their famous Garlic Cheezi Bread.

4001 Cedar Springs Rd
Dallas,
TX
US

Every day, the chefs at Amico’s Pizza and Pasta freshly prepare all of the restaurant’s dough, pizza sauce, and Italian sausage. Then, they make each pizza to order using garden-fresh produce and top-quality meats. Their list of specialty pizzas ranges from more traditional veggie or meat lovers to the parrillada pizza, which is topped with generous handfuls of beef, chicken fajitas, and shrimp. Order one of their pasta dishes and you’re free to douse the noodles and any white clothing with your choice of red sauce, marinara, butter, or meat sauce. Alternatively, opt for a hefty portion of Amico’s homemade lasagna.

4032 Cedar Springs Rd
Dallas,
TX
US

At Piggie Pies Pizza & Pasta, the signature pig pen pizza makes for one tasty mess: Atop a crispy, New York-style crust, chefs scatter on pepperoni, hamburger, sausage, and Canadian bacon, then add to the heap with fresh veggies and optional jalapeños. Customers can also create their own pies with toppings such as goat cheese and artichoke hearts, or opt for pre-loaded gourmet versions covered in homemade Alfredo sauce. Not in a pizza mood? There’s no need to fear, as Piggie’s plates up 16 kinds of pastas—including cheese lasagna layered with three types of cheese and homemade marinara sauce.

5315 Greenville Ave
Dallas,
TX
US