The story of Mama's Pizza stretches through five decades, from its humble beginnings in 1968 to its current status as a Fort Worth landmark that whisks painstakingly crafted East Coast?style pizzas to grateful taste buds. Dough made fresh each day surrenders itself to layers of 100%-real cheese and handpicked meats and veggies before basking in a brick oven's heat and brushing its browned crust with garlic butter. Pizzas bubble with breakfast bacon, grilled chicken, pineapple, mushrooms, and a spate of other lip-smacking ingredients. In addition to tasty pies, Mama's Pizza whips up fresh salads as well as sandwiches in the form of Mama's sub, a blend of ham, pepperoni, mozzarella, american cheese, veggies, and motherly advice.
The Buffalo Brothers is a 17-year-old family tradition started by two entrepreneurial young siblings who decided the time was ripe to follow their ambitious dreams of opening their own dining establishment while they were still in college. With painstaking care and attention to detail, the Buffalo Brothers continued to improve and enhance their menu until they reached the culmination of culinary perfection. Buffalo Brothers serves up savory slow-cooked ribs, thick, juicy burgers and hearty, filling soups. Signature dishes include the beef on deck, which features thin slices of slow-cooked roast beef served on a caraway and salt-sprinkled Kimmelweck roll that’s generously topped with horseradish sauce.
Prima's Pasta and Pizza has been serving up Italian cuisine in the Dallas-Forth Worth area since 1994, and the thing that keeps customers coming back year after year is the impeccable service that comes along with the scrumptious food. Prima's offers up decadent entrees such as chicken marsala and manicotti, but is also friendly to dieters, noting the nutritional information for its healthier choice options right on the menu, including calorie counts and carb counts. You can get a pizza with any toppings you want, or try the daily special pizza for a great discount on the pie-of-the-day. Whatever you choose to order up, you'll leave Prima's with a smile on your face—guaranteed.
For hand-crafted pizza destined to delight your senses, come to Fireside Pies in Forth Worth. Try a signature pie such as the Texas beef sausage pizza, featuring a fiery blend of roasted red peppers and jalapenos to complement the spicy sausage that gives the pie its name. Fireside also offers fresh salads and decadent desserts such as cheesecake, tiramisu and a fruity cobbler made in the Texan tradition. You've likely had your fair share of Tex-Mex—come experience Tex-Italian at Fireside Pies, the place to go for a one-of-a-kind fusion dining experience.
The pizza makers at Palio's Cafe crown regular, whole-wheat, and gluten-free crusts with fresh vegetables, preservative-free sauce, and roasted chicken. Chefs take the burden of putting together the best toppings with 17 specialty pizzas that pair gourmet ingredients such as artichoke hearts, roasted chicken, and fresh basil pesto. Ovens create bubbling pies, stuffed calzones, baked ziti, and italian sub sandwiches that servers carry through both chic, cozy locations. Leather-lined booths and flat-screen televisions keep diners comfortable and entertained while they enjoy Palio's BYOB policy and sip wine or Capri Sun pouches brought from home.
Jet's Pizza constructs Sicilian-style deep-dish, hand-tossed, and thin-crust doozies out of hearty meats, melted mozzarella, and fresh dough. The pizza dossier reveals absolutely no pepperoni-for-votes scandals but showcases plenty of specialty pies, from the All Meaty rolling in protein ($11.99+) to the signature Jet 10, a premium affair attended by a who's who of meats and veggies ($12.99+). Diners can also choose their own pizza adventures from the menu, even selecting a crust flavor for free from an enticing list that includes shredded parmesan, Cajun, and the special Jet's Turbo blend of garlic, butter, and romano cheese. An engineering marvel, the 8 Corner pizza keeps hunger-havers from gnawing on the earth's outer layer by fusing eight corner-pieces of deep-dish decadence into one all-encrusted, edible goliath ($11.99, toppings $1.75 each). Pizza protesters can turn to the Jet's Boat, which stuffs cheese, sauce, and a choice of topping into a doughy clipper ($6.99), or pick a prime suspect from a lineup of 8-inch heated subs ($5.99 each).