The most common Internet password is “pizza123,” demonstrating America’s love for this Italian delight, as well as its complete inability to protect sensitive information. Share your love for pizza with today’s Groupon: for $9, you get $20 worth of Italian cuisine and drinks at Zini’s Pizzeria in Deep Ellum or Oak Lawn. Zini’s gourmet pastas and hearty pizzas are garnished with fresh farmers' market produce. The chicken pesto pizza ($15.95 for large) and 100 Pounder, a heaping pie topped with more than 100 pepperoni pieces and a pound of mozzarella cheese ($15.95 for large), both start with Zini's sturdy crust, composed of 12 ingredients. A quartet of pastas is anchored by the creamy base of fettuccine alfredo with homemade marinara ($8.45).
The Oak Lawn location of Zini's Pizzeria was reviewed on Associated Content. Yelpers give the Deep Ellum location a four-star average and the Oak Lawn location a 3.5-star average. Citysearchers give both the Oak Lawn and Deep Ellum locations a five-star average.
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.