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NY Style Pizza Recc. in D/FW

frogmeister Apr 1, 2007 01:41 PM

This is not a plug.
I am just a devoted fan of true NY style pizza. Thin, crispy yet chewy crust ....y'all know the drill.
The best I've been able to find so far is a place in Southlake called Broadway Pizza.
It's on Davis/FM 1938.

I haven't tried Coal Vines yet.

  1. juliabuganne Apr 17, 2007 10:40 AM

    Coal Vine's is great but a pain on a Friday or a Saturday night. Be sure your name gets on the list - Nadia is not there anymore. But it is some of the best pizza I've had outside of NYC! And nice and well, shall we say inexpensive....

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      texann Apr 17, 2007 09:24 AM

      This is going to sound crazy but you should try Joe's Chicago Style Pizza on 1709 (Keller Parkway) I love to go to NY to eat pizza. The thinner and crisper - the better! And I love Joe's. It is not think as " places but this one is NOT like the others. It is specifically called Chicago Style Pizza. I can't find the address but its easy to find. It is on 1709, just about a mile west once you pass Rufe Snow . Go through the first traffic signal past Rufe Snow and begin looking on your left (south side of 1709) There is an L-shaped strip center behind a gas station and Joe's is in there. Across the street, you will see Dickey's barbeque and a new strip center behind. Joe's makes their own sausage so be sure to try sausage on your pizza. Its really great and CHEAP!

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        Perramount Apr 10, 2007 04:55 AM

        I'll third Coal Vine's. I tried it yesterday for lunch based on this thread and we were all very impressed. And very reasonable prices as well.

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          chickstein Apr 7, 2007 10:41 AM

          We went to Broadway last night and it was amazing! Thank you for recommedation. FYI.. It is BYOB.

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          1. re: chickstein
            QueenB Apr 7, 2007 11:41 AM

            I'm going to have to definitely get up there. Do they do take-out?

            1. re: QueenB
              frogmeister Apr 7, 2007 12:51 PM

              Yes. I get takeout from Broadway all the time.

          2. LFeinberg Apr 4, 2007 11:19 AM

            Brother's Pizza in Dallas...closest thing to NY and this is coming from a New Yorker.

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              munchie1 Apr 2, 2007 09:17 AM

              I'll second Coal Vines. It gets very crowded on weekends, though. As for Broadway, I've had their pies, but they are often under done and soggy in the middle. Bummer.

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              1. re: munchie1
                frogmeister Apr 2, 2007 03:12 PM

                Munchie1 is right.
                So I developed the habit of asking Broadway for my pizza to be well done and it comes out terrific.

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                chickstein Apr 2, 2007 06:33 AM

                Thank you for posting this. I have been on a quest to find good pizza in the Mid Cities area. I will try Boadway Pizza.

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                  mfindfw Apr 1, 2007 05:24 PM

                  coal vines is terrific.

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