3800 McKinney Ave
Dallas, TX 75204
(214) 780-0605

291 Grand Ave
Southlake, TX 76092
(817) 310-3116

Mosaic covered tables and chairs line the sidewalk in front of Campania. Pizza there has a thin, slightly crisp crust. The Sorrento adds potatoes, mushrooms, sausage, fresh basil, and olive oil. The Quattro Stagione is also a pleaser with artichoke hearts, salami, ham, mushrooms, fresh basil and olive oil. For dessert, Pizza alla Nutella is a must. The original West Village location has a BYOB policy, while Southlake includes a full bar.



836 Market Street
Allen, TX 75013
(214) 383-9703

West Village – Dallas
3636 McKinney Avenue
Dallas, TX 75201
(214) 559-4611

The brick-walled New York style restaurants spring from the original location under the Brooklyn Bridge, which claims to be the first pizzeria in the country in 1905. Here you create your own pizza with your choice of toppings and sauce from marinara sauce, pesto, or white pizza (without sauce). Menu prices are a bit high, but portions are large. The pepperoni and meatball with fresh basal is a crowd favorite

Sauce On The Square

112 E Louisiana St
McKinney, TX 75069
(214) 726-0251

Sip a cocktail or glass of wine at the bar while you wait for a table. Then enjoy your dinner served family-style. The restaurant is on the square in downtown historic McKinney. There is even a place on their website for you to submit your own recipe ideas for the menu. From the fried mushrooms, to the fresh salad selections, pizza and pasta, it’s hard not to find something you like. And pizza tossers entertain you in the bar area.

Coal Vines

2404 Cedar Springs Road
Suite 500
Dallas, TX 75201
(214) 855-4999

1251 E. Southlake Blvd.
Suite 301
Southlake, TX 76092
(817) 310-0850

This Uptown favorite, across from the Rosewood Crescent Hotel, recently expanded to more than twice its original size. Hence the name, Coal Vines does two things well, pizza and wine. Enjoy both on their multi-season patio or inside for cooler weather. Check out the white pizza or roasted chicken, artichoke and Alfredo – both are sure to please!



Multiple restaurants across the Metroplex. (Check the website for locations.)

Under the sign for Campisi’s Egyptian Lounge is the entrance that leads you into a dark, old-fashioned Italian restaurant with red booths lining the walls. At any location you must start the meal with Italian Style Crab Claws. (They come swimming in butter, but are sweet and delicious.) The dinner salads are nothing to brag about, but the pizza is great if toppings are limited and don’t overload the thin, chewy crust.