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Primo Brothers Pizza

Map & Directions 9310 Forest Lane, 334
Dallas, TX 75243
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214-341-4414
  • Italian, Pizza
  • Mon-Sat 11am-10pm
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Takeout, Delivery, Private Party, Wheelchair Accessible, Kid Friendly
  • Dinner, Late Night, Lunch
  • Not Necessary, Accepted
  • Lot available

Description

Dallas Observer's Description

Primo Brothers Pizza offers a solid representation of New York-style pies – the kind of thin, crisp-crust slices you’ll want to fold in half for easy devouring. Framed black and white photos on the wall drive the New York theme home, and there are a couple televisions for all your SportsCenter-viewing needs. Lunch hour tends to get busy, with nearby office workers crowding in for the $5 lunch special of a slice, a salad and a soda. Not in the mood for pizza? The Brothers also offer “award-winning” calamari, wings, subs and a plethora of pasta from cannelloni to lasagna, plus every Italian chicken dish imaginable, from marsala to picatta. Finish up with a house-made chocolate chip cannoli. The Primo Brothers encourage you to BYOB, although we can’t promise your boss will approve of your mid-day chianti guzzling.

 
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  • Nic. H. on 05/07/10

    Lunch specials galore. I like the slice, salad and drink for under $5.

  • Steve L. on 04/06/11

    The house dressing is the best in town! Dip your pizza crust in it too!!

  • Kevin D. on 04/05/12

    Awesome New York style pizza by the slice. And it's BYOB. Couldn't be better.

  • Roy A. on 05/21/11

    A medium, their smallest pizza can serve two people. Split one of those and try the house salad. A vinegar based dressing with grated mozzarella cheese.

  • Brenda M. on 03/28/11

    Their house Italian sauce is the bomb.com!

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  • These guys definitely have it down for pizza that's just oily and rich enough to taste great without turning into... More on Best Pizza »

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