Take a deep-dish dive into the most delicious pies in Dallas.
Posted on Jan 18, 2019 By Jamina Tribbett
From authentic Neapolitan to Texas-style, here are five of the best pizza joints in the city.
Known for its authentic wood-fired Neapolitan pies, Cane Rosso delivers a piece of Italy right to your table. All pies are prepared with a touch of olive oil and a few basil leaves in true Neapolitan fashion. Cane Rosso is the perfect place to bring the family to share a meal or indulge on a date night on the deck. Find a location in Deep Ellum and East Dallas.
Try: Pizza of the Month (changes monthly) or the "Cane Rosso" (Luscher's sausage, roasted peppers and onions, tomato sauce, house made mozzarella and parmesan)
2. BellaTrino Pizzeria
Stop by the Dallas Farmers Market's BellaTrino Pizzeria for authentic Italian street pizza with an inviting and eclectic atmosphere. Enjoy a personal pizza for yourself or a share a 16-inch pie with the family. Then walk off the calories by looking for some unique finds in The Market or the artisan booths in The Shed. BellaTrino also offers gluten free crust and dairy free cheese alternatives!
Try: "Rocket Prosciutto" (fresh mozzarella, roasted grape tomatoes, arugula, prosciutto and extra virgin olive oil)
3. Tutta's Pizza
If you enjoy good ol' street pizza with a unique Texas twist, you'll love Tutta's Pizza! The brick and mortar restaurant stays true to its food truck roots offering pizzas topped with smoked meats, fresh veggies and Tutta's signature sauces for a combination you need only taste to believe. The Texas-style pies may draw you in, but the live music and house cocktails will easily make this your favorite pizza joint in town. You'll find this spot in the Historic West End District.
Try: "The Smokey Pig" (smoked pulled pork, bacon, mozzarella and Tutta's signature BBQ sauce)
4. Stonedeck Pizza Pub
Head to Deep Ellum to Stonedeck Pizza Pub for a pizza connoisseur's paradise! Satisfy your carb cravings and treat your taste buds to an American-style pizza buffet with a menu that also features DIY craft spaghetti, gyros and more. The industrial style interior and a full bar with local craft brews, retro cocktails and moonshine makes for a trendy late-night adventure with friends or family.
Try: "Deep Ellum Pie" (ricotta, chicken, bacon, onion, spinach, bell pepper, mozzarella, cheddar and sweet chili sauce)
5. Eno's Pizza Tavern
Located in the heart of the Bishop Arts District, Eno's Pizza offers a delicious gourmet thin cracker crust pizza made with the freshest locally sourced ingredients. Pair your slice with an ice-cold craft beer and relax in the casual, laid back neighborhood establishment. The truffle bread with tomato vodka sauce is a must and tastes like a big hug. Thank me later!
Try: "Calabria" (olive oil base, fresh tomato, crushed garlic, sweet caramelized onion, calabrese hot peppers and mushroom)
Header photo credit: Cane Rosso