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Jun 7, 2012 11:40 AM

Grimaldi's in Grapevine

Saw a small sign today that one is coming in at 114 and William D Tate. What's the take on the other area sites? Seems like our area is getting an outpost of every pizza place going. Not that I'm complaining.

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  1. Not as much as the corner of Timberland and Alta Vista. There are fully 6 places to gert pizza at this one corner. No chinese, vietnamese, hot dogs, greek, no hamburgers yet! What are they thinking?

    1. It depends on the style of pizza you like.

      How do you like yours? Thin and crispy or thick and droopy?

      1. I ate at the West Village loc a couple of years ago. Struck up a conversation with our server who told us they were opening a location in G'Vine. He indicated it might be in the old Tia's. I thought "I'll believe it when I see it" and it's taken them so long, I'd nearly forgotten. I wasn't over excited about the one time I ate it - something about the crust - but am glad to see them here as an alternative if nothing else.

        When ordering pizza, I'm a one topping purist more often than not. For the life of me, I don't get the rave reviews that Amore pizza (NW Hwy gets). Even with only one ingredient, you have to eat it with a fork - nasty. Fireside has good pizza, but I usually opt for their even-better apps. Personally, I think NY Pizza and Deli in Euless has about the best thin crust pizza around - particularly the pepperoni which is cooked to crispy, burnt edge perfection and with all the construction, I can get there quicker than to "north" G'Vine. BUT! very happy to have Eazti's open!!!

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        1. re: CocoaNut

          Just to emphasize NYPD's pepperoni pizza, here's a pic. It tastes as good as it looks.

        2. Grimaldi's is not my favorite but also not bad IMO. It is nice to have options. Their white pizza is popular