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Louie's or Campisi's Egyptian?

Dallassooner Dec 11, 2008 06:44 AM

Wanting some Pizza tonight, which do you recommend? I have had Campisi's once and liked it but never been to Louie's.

  1. taldeac Dec 17, 2008 01:21 PM

    Two of my favorites but I go with Louies. A couple words of advice. They are closed on Sundays, they only take cash and amex, and their caesar salad is amazing as well.

    1. twinwillow Dec 14, 2008 08:32 AM

      No contest. Louie's!

      1. j
        Jayzee Dec 12, 2008 01:52 PM

        Louies by far - but be prepared for a bar scene. His sausage is very good. The ceasar salad is good too.

        1. d
          dalaimama Dec 11, 2008 11:20 AM

          Louie's. Try the Greek salad as well - YUM!

          Campisi's is OK, but I love that cracker-like thin crust at Louie's. It also doesn't hurt that Louie's is a great bar.

          1. p
            pizzaQTpie Dec 11, 2008 07:41 AM

            Louie's for sure if you want to stay on the East side of 75. And yes west side of 75...Olivella or Campania are great choices.

            1. g
              gavlist Dec 11, 2008 06:55 AM

              if you want super thin crust (like Louie's), but way tastier, I'd go to Eno's in Bishop Arts.
              if you want more "authentic" italian style: Olivella's or Campania
              if you want saucier, cheesier, NY style: Grimaldi's.

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