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Patrons can choose fried calamari and any of a number of everyday pasta dishes, but diners can also get double-take menu options. These include the crab claws in garlic butter sauce and the Southwest linguini with Italian sausage, red onion, green pepper and mushrooms in a chipotle cream sauce. The pizzas at this family restaurant with old-world charm are heralded among the best in Dallas. Thin crusted, the emphasis here is on pizza customization. Aside from the usual toppings (pepperoni and mushroom) available, diners can choose from traditional Italian items, like anchovies, artichoke hearts and pine nuts. House specialties include biggin's like the "All the Way" pizza and the pasta combo of lasagna, ravioli with spaghetti and meatballs.
Ask 20 people in Dallas, "Where's the best pizza in town?" and you'll get at least 20 different answers. And most of those places charge ridiculously outrageous prices for a slice. Apparently, people think that in order to make good pizza in... More »
Scalini's serves some of the best pizza in Dallas. Great location in Lakewood, fun place to mingle and great food makes this place one of my favorite pizza joints. Their house salad dressing is also very tasty.
Atop a lunch line tray sits a simple work of gastronomical delight. Delicate, crispy crust (the best kind if you ask us) spread with a thin layer of pesto bright with basil and just a touch on the salty side. Fresh mozzarella is ooey gooey in an intimate cuddle with a diced trio of red onion, grilled chicken breast and fresh tomato. The edge pieces of the thin, rectangular pie are sparse on melty goo, so you have a retreat from the middle, more heavily topped squares. It is, dare we say, a... More »
If we were on death row we'd request Scalini's chocolate cappuccino pie as a last meal because it's so unbelievably delicious. In fact, it's so awesome that if given the chance between having a wild night with Scarlett Johansson and having a slice of this pie, we'd choose, oh come on, obviously Scarlett Johansson. But we'd still take her to Scalini's, order her the chocolate cappuccino pie for dessert. Gotta get lucky after that. More »
Lots of Americans are suspicious of thin-crust pizza. It's hardwired into our brains to want the most stuff for the least amount of money, and nobody but nobody is gonna skimp on my pizza dough. But for those of us willing to transcend our capitalist heritage, a good thin-crust pizza is manna from heaven. Cooked just right, crispy but not brittle, a thin crust is the perfect cheese-and-meat delivery vehicle, and Scalini's is the Cadillac of thin crusts. The toppings are fresh and the service... More »
Even people who aren't fans of pizza will surreptitiously try to sneak a slice of Scalini's. It's thin, not too delicate and the options for topping allow creative license for personal pizza heaven. For dining in, delivery or carryout, the family folks at Scalini's serve up the best thin-crust pie we've ever masticated. Although incredible when direct from the oven, the cheesy goodness is never compromised by a quick car ride. A favorite with us is one with sausage, fresh basil and fresh... More »
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