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Family owned and operated, Luigi’s prepares Italian dishes such as pasta, pizza and seafood to delight your taste buds
Hand-rolled meatballs, 15-layer lasagna, and chicken parmigiana decorate tables at historical urban warehouse restaurants
New York-style pizza, lasagna, chicken parmigiana, and shrimp alfredo
Gino’s East Arlington offers Chicago-style deep dish or thin crust pizza with a variety of salads, sides, and sandwiches available
Fresh dough, made from scratch everyday sets Palio’s Pizza Cafe apart from all the rest; BYOB with Denton location now serving beer and wine
Gourmet ingredients top regular, whole-wheat, and gluten-free pizza crusts at this neighborhood cafe
The pizzeria team bakes hand-stretched dough to a golden brown, and crowns it with veggies and meats from fajita chicken to sausage
Guests can enjoy a variety of freshly baked pizzas with different toppings
Franchise founded by an Italian family serves pizzas crafted with housemade dough, secret-recipe sauce, and never-frozen cheeses
Take-and-bake pizzas made with thin, stuffed, pan, or gluten-free dough, topped with ingredients in customized or preselected combinations
The sandwich begins with no ordinary pork roast, but a porchetta, made according to a classic Italian recipe.
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