Find out what Pizza restaurants to try in Southlake. Southlake is a city located predominantly in Tarrant County with minor areas extending into Denton County in the U.S. state of Texas. Southlake is a suburb of Ft. Worth. As of the 2010 census it had a population of 26,575. Southlake is known for public schools, Southlake Town Square, its wealth, Gateway Church and Carroll High School's 8-time state champion Football and Men's Swim & Dive team. In 2018, data from the American Community Survey revealed that Southlake was the 4th wealthiest city in the United States, based on the median household income of $189,432 and its 2.5% poverty rate.
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4 based on 58 reviews
We take pride in serving Pizza, Pasta & Premium Drafts to our local community. We value people, purpose and prompt service. Come on in, we can't wait to meet you!
Excellent food, the Italian hot wings are amazing. The pizza was also excellent! Great selection of local craft beers and family friendly. The service was on point, all around great place to eat! Good find for us out of towners!
It's about the RIGHT ingredients, starting with the dough, which we make fresh for you every day, throughout the day. It doesn't stop there. We make our all-natural, preservative free (and naturally fat free) Tuscan Marinara and Spicy Marinara in house ev
Pie five is the subway sandwiches of pizza. Everyone gets as many toppings as they want on their individual pizza. But wait! The crust has changed and for the worse. Not interested in returning even if it was half the price. Also, the restaurant tables, chairs, and floor were dirty. Not what it was a few months ago.
4 based on 25 reviews
Good pizza and pastas. Great prices. Can't give 5 stars as it does not compare with pizzas in NYC, San Francisco or Puerto Rico, plus they have a hard time keeping the tables clean due to the amount of customers coming they serve.
4 based on 19 reviews
This is a pick-up and delivery pizza store front. There is no seating available on site. The physical location is nothing special. It's like a million other pizza delivery store fronts.The employees on the phone while ordering and interacting while on site were pleasant once you got their attention. I've had pizza at other iFratelli locations. They are consistently good. The ingredients are fresh and tasty. The shape of the pizza is an oval which they cut into small ribbons You won't get the traditional triangle shaped pizza slices.It takes about 20 minutes for them to make a pizza unless they are slammed on certain nights. It's a great option to order on the way home from work or run out for a quick pick up.
4 based on 37 reviews
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Good choices to choose from. You can go healthy if you want too. Soups and salads. Pizza if you are not. Quick service once you order. Also have beer and wine choices. Good step up from Panera if you want to try something different.
4 based on 40 reviews
Delucca is a continuous dinning pizzeria (Rodizio). One fixed price, no menu and several delicious handcrafted gourmet pizzas for you to enjoy. The fixed price includes charcuterie board, lobster bisque, numerous savory pizzas from the wood fired oven and
This is a great place to go with a group of friends. The concept of "gaucho pizza" is one I have not seen before so I was anxious to try it. Here's my assessments of highlights and quandaries:Highlights:Food: the pizzas were really interesting and came out with great variety and with a consistent pace. Personal favorites are Tikka Masala, Lamb, Corn and Blackberry/Cheese Dessert Owner/Management: amazingly friendly and attentive to make sure we all enjoyed ourselves, had enough food and had a great experience.Wine List/Cocktail Menu: had a lot of great choices of by the glass wines and nice cocktails.Quandaries: While the lobster bisque was tasty, I found it to be an odd choice for an Italian restaurant. The meal progression may have worked better with a more "Italian" soup like a minestrone, pasta e fagioli or Italian wedding soup. I was also hoping for more salad on the antipasti plate rather than the handful of arugula that accompanies it. Overall, I wish there was an option to simply order a salad rather than opt in for the whole experience because, as much as I'd love to bring my family here on a regular basis, without a salad/non-pizza option, this is not a place I can frequent too often. Finally, perhaps it was due to the size of our party (15) but the meal was slow to get going. Once we got to pizzas, it picked up but we found ourselves waiting and waiting to get through the first two courses. We were there for almost 3.5 hours before we could get through it all.
4 based on 52 reviews
We are a cozy Italian restaurant on Southlake's westside serving friends local and from afar. We use authentic Italian recipes and local vendors whenever possible for our entrees and Neopolitan Italian style pizza from our wood fired oven, and homemade de
After driving by this restaurant for the past few months, my husband and I decided to try it out for lunch since we've become bored with the other restaurants in Southlake. I'm so happy we did! We intentionally over-ordered so we could taste a selection of items, with the intent of bringing leftovers home for dinner. On our menu - Italian wedding soup: which was delicious with a deep, rich broth, homemade sausage and a generous portion of parmesan; green salad: simply, fresh, perfectly dressed; sausage pizza: nice chewy crust cooked in the wood burning oven but I'm afraid the toppings may have been too heavy for the crust to support; homemade tortellini in a cream sauce: delicious but extremely rich, better for sharing; broccolini: garlicky, al dente, perfect! I've read some of the other reviews about the restaurant being loud which we didn't experience (maybe because it was lunch) and the limiting menu, which I simply think is false. In fact, I was amazed at the variety of dishes on the menu that go way beyond typical pizzas and pastas of most Italian restaurants in the area. They have plenty of fish dishes, meats, salads, etc. from which to choose. One thing to note - this is a BYOB restaurant but if you forget your stash, you can pick something up at the QT down the road. A wonderful neighborhood restaurant with delicious food and lovely service. A++We are so pleased you came in to give us a chance to serve you!!! Thank you for the wonderful review and hope to see you again soon!
4 based on 89 reviews
We love this place! Authentic Italian food, cozy atmosphere, friendly and polite staff. Everything is tasty - from lobster ravioli to the calzone. Try not to fill up on the rolls before your meal comes (itâs hard not to!).
4 based on 81 reviews
Visited this place the other night and was seated immediately (7:00 PM on a Friday evening). It took a while for someone to wait on our table and bring us something to drink. We ordered shortly thereafter. It took forever for the salad to be delivered after asking numerous time. Our waiter was tied up talking to customers at various tables. The salad was the wrong size when delivered, but kept it because of hunger. The pizza was delivered and it was quite good. We were offered a free dessert since the service was lacking and opted for the strawberry cake (to go). We had the cake after we got home - unbelievable - one of the best cakes I've ever had. We had a pleasant evening at this place sitting next to the open doors/windows - was like sitting on the patio. Service was below average.
4 based on 122 reviews
I went here for the first time with a friend today and she suggested we try the Local Goat & Fig pizza with cauliflower crust. I must say I would not have chosen that one but I was happily surprised that it was delicious! Will try this again for sure!
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