Posts Tagged ‘pizza’

High Five for Pie Five

The fast/good pizza concept takes root in the Fort.
STEVE STEWARD
It’s not hard to find good pizza in Fort Worth, but it is hard to find it fast. Your options are basically limited to heat-lamped lunch buffets and Pizza Hut’s greasy cheese wheels. Pie Five Pizza Co., Pizza Inn’s new fas...


Holding Out Hope on Hulen

Chow, Baby
It wasn’t so long ago that the area between the Vickery Boulevard bridge and Bellaire Drive, which folks once thought of as Cullen Davis’ backyard, had evolved into a thriving little hot spot. The heat has cooled, however, ...



Saviano’s: Real Italian?

You’ve never had Italian food until you’ve had Saviano’s – Italian grandmothers aside.
LAURIE BARKER JAMES
Saviano’s proclaims, “If you ain’t had Saviano’s, you ain’t had Italian.” Grammatical issues aside, that’s a bold statement. But the new downtown restaurant has the goods to back it up.


Saljo’s: More Than Pizza

Though specializing in Italian, Saljo’s Pizza offers a little bit of everything.
LAURIE BARKER JAMES
Saljo’s Pizza sits in what used to be Tony’s Restaurant, an Italian eatery that held up this corner of a strip mall in Pantego for more than a decade. Sal Kolic, who was born in Montenegro, across the Adriatic Sea from Ital...



Brooklyn Bound

Chow, Baby
Good lord, Chow, Baby could have flown to New York with a change in Atlanta in the time it took to drive across Arlington to Brooklyn’s Best Pizza & Pasta (2425 SE Green Oaks Blvd.). Was the trip worth it? Short answer: Y...


Celio’s Scores

This family-owned and family-friendly joint in Keller does Chicago-style pie superbly.
LAURIE BARKER JAMES
Pizza crust can inspire as much debate as barbecue sauce or fried chicken. Regional geography plays a critical role in crust preference: Specifically, do you prefer thin, New York-style fold-over crust or the deep-dish Chicago ...



Off to Palio’s

With locations in Mansfield and Fort Worth, this Italian pizza joint caters to health nuts and the gluten intolerant.
LAURIE BARKER JAMES
In the northwestern Italian city of Siena, the Palio is a twice-yearly horse race with religious connotations. In the North Texas cities of Mansfield and Fort Worth, Palio’s is a pizza joint with some unusual features. The fa...


Garliq Doesn’t Stink

The newly opened family-owned Southlake eatery piles on the flavor.
BY LAURIE BARKER JAMES
Garliq is a newish, family-owned, family-friendly eatery in Southlake. The menu is full of interesting factoids about the herb, which is apparently also considered a vegetable. Unusually, for a cheerfully decorated strip-mall r...



Free Domino’s Pizza to Help Attacked Deliveryman

Anthony Mariani
From 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. tomorrow (Tuesday), Domino’s Pizza will be doling out free large one-topping pizzas to the first 150 customers at Domino’s 900 Henderson St. location who donate to the rehabilitation fund of Fred Rei...


Best Of 2009

Fort WorthWeekly
Join the Revolution! No, not the one being touted by some scarily out-of-touch folks who are waving Confederate flags and whipping themselves up into a frenzy over the idea that President Barack Obama is going to take away thei...