Extra slices: more notable pies
Buffalo Bros. 3015 S. University Drive, Fort Worth. 817-386-9601. Been doing wings, pizzas and subs for five years.
California Pizza Kitchen 1051 Texas 114, Grapevine. 817-481-4255. National trailblazer with four area branches known for barbecue chicken pizza.
Campania 291 Grand Ave., Southlake. 817-310-3116. Early Italian-style pizzeria has generous pies with pale golden crusts.
Cavalli Pizzeria Napoletana 3601 Regent Blvd., Irving, and 6851 Virginia Pkwy.McKinney. 972-915-0001. One of the Dallas-area pizzerias certified as serving true Neapolitan pizza.
Corky's Old World Brick Oven Pizzeria 4760 Little Road, Arlington. 817-561-2675. Arlington's rendition of Neapolitan-style pizza.
Dough 11909 Preston Road, Dallas. 972-788-4600. Dallas outlet of famed San Antonio pizzeria with authentic Neapolitan pies.
Eno's Pizza Tavern 407 N. Bishop Ave., Dallas. 214-943-9200. Thin-crust pizza and craft beer in Bishop Arts.
Hysen's Nizza Pizza 401 University Drive, Fort Worth. 817-877-3900. Ex-New Yorkers making pie how they know best since 1997.
Louie's 1839 N. Henderson Ave., Dallas. 214-826-0505. Pizzeria-dive bar with thin-crust pies was once a haunt for journalists.
Mama's Seven branches in Tarrant County. Fort Worth pioneer since 1968 is famous for its double mozzarella pies and brushed-garlic edges.
Olivella's 3406 McFarlin Blvd., Dallas. 214-528-7070. Pizzas at this Park Cities spot are a cross between Italy-style and New York-style.
Perrotti's Pizza 3025 Green Ave. Fort Worth. 817-927-2209. Italian restaurant, near TCU, open since 1986, has regular and thin crust.
Pizza By Marco 10720 Preston Road, Dallas. 214-363-6122. Small chain with three branches is a North Dallas favorite.
Pizza Lounge 841 Exposition Ave., Dallas. 214-887-6900. Fair Park joint offers late hours and vegan options.
Russo's Coal-Fired Italian Kitchen 700 E. Campbell Road, Richardson. 972-235-7992. Houston favorite expands north.
Sal's Pizza 2525 Wycliff Ave., Dallas. 214-522-1828. New York-style pizza gave Dallas an early alternative to the chains.