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NY Style Pizza Recc. in D/FW

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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.

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  1. coal vines is terrific.

    1. 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.

      1. 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

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

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

          1. 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

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

              1. re: QueenB

                Yes. I get takeout from Broadway all the time.

            2. 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.

              1. 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!

                1. 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....