A vibrant city with a small-town charm, Grapevine is located at the center of the Dallas Fort Worth metroplex, and it is adjacent to the large Grapevine Lake. The city was founded in 1844, a year before Texas became a State, and it has an estimated population of 55, 281. Grapevine was named in honor of the wild mustang grapes that grew in the area, and today it represents the heart of the Texas wine industry. There are several wineries scattered throughout the city, and people travel from all over to experience this one-of-a-kind urban wine trail. The city also has a historic downtown area and an excellent selection of shops, restaurants, and entertainment. This is why it is a favored tourist destination for those looking to explore North Texas. It is a particularly popular place to visit in winter, as each year Grapevine makes it clear why it is the Christmas Capital of Texas. In December, the city is festooned with millions of lights and a huge Christmas parade that features over 100 floats.
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We have heard it on the grapevine, pizza is always an excellent choice for dinner over in the Christmas Capital of the Lone Star State. You can get pretty much all types of pie here, but there is one style, in particular, which is a popular choice amongst Slice users. Despite being over 1570 miles from the Big Apple, the NY-style pizza is the go-to pie over in Grapevine.
With its thin base, huge foldable slices, and iconic flavor, the NY pizza was first developed after mass Italian immigration into the Big Apple in the early 1900s. In fact, it is widely believed to have been invented when America’s first pizzeria opened in the Little Italy neighborhood of Manhatten in 1905. It is similar to the Neapolitan but has slices that are large and wide, with a crust that is soft yet crispy. If you are looking for a slice of extra tasty NY- pizza in Grapevine, check out the superb selection of Slice partners serving up this American-Italian delicacy.
If you are looking for scrumptious, coal brick-oven NY-style pizza in Grapevine, then it has to be Grimaldi’s Pizzeria. Family-owned Grimaldi’s was opened in 1990, in their first location under the Brooklyn Bridge. It is here where it was believed to have been a favorite pizza joint of legendary crooner Frank Sinatra. Using only the freshest of ingredients, handmade mozzarella, and their unique secret recipe dough, Grimaldi’s went on to win all manner of awards. In fact, it is the most award-winning pizzeria in the entire country. Grimaldi's menu certainly has something for everyone. You can build your own pizza or choose from the Chef’s Selection. We personally love the Brooklyn Bridge Pizza, with oven-roasted red peppers, ricotta cheese, and Italian sausage. You can also order gluten-friendly pies, as well as starters, salads, calzones, desserts, drinks, and more. Order now via Slice for authentic New York pizza from Grimaldi’s right to your door.
If you are in the mood for Italian food, we think the best takeout pizza in Grapevine is Sauce’d. Located on Main Street, this 100% family-owned and operated restaurant has created its very own Texas-style crust. It has a thin base with sauce to the very edge of the dough. The edges of the pizza are then folded over the sauce and brushed with delicious garlic butter. If you prefer to keep things traditional, all of their pizzas are also available NY-style. Build your own or choose from one of their specialty pies. Check out the Bee Sting pizza, enjoy A Stroll Through the Garden Pizza or sample the Honey Pep with sauce, mozzarella, pepperoni, and Mike’s Hot Honey™. Our all-time favorite is Uncle Brad’s Pie, with double pepperoni and double mushroom; with all proceeds being donated to finding a cure for A.L.S. Although it’s not pizza, we have also heard some excellent rumors about their delicious Philly Cheesesteak. Served with fries on the side, it is packed with sliced steak and onions and topped with mozzarella, peppers, mushrooms, and optional jalapenos. If you want to #getsauced and enjoy signature flavors on pie baked to perfection, order via Slice for delivery right to your door.
It is just over 23 miles from Grapevine to Dallas; the largest and most populated city in the Metroplex. Over in the city of cowboys, traditional Texan BBQ is the number one choice. However, alongside the grills and steakhouse, there are also a wide variety of world-class pizzerias. We love Besa’s Pizza and Pasta on Preston Road. Check it out for yummy Neapolitan and New York-style pizzas, as well as entrees, Italian dishes, appetizers, salads, and more.
Located in the northwest corner of Dallas County, Coppell is a suburb with a population of 41, 645. It is just over six miles from Grapevine to Coppell, which is around a 12-minute drive. Whether you live in the area or are just visiting, we recommend Italian Express Gourmet Pizza. Located on MacArthur Blvd and Belt Line Rd, their menu includes gourmet pizza, appetizers, salads, oven-baked subs, pasta dishes, desserts, drinks, and more.
Situated in the northeast of Tarrant County, Bedford is also a suburb of Dallas and it has a population of around 46, 979 people. If you are looking for the best pizza in Bedford, there is an excellent selection available. For example, Tony’s Pizza and Pasta has been serving up the best of Italian cuisine in the mid-cities for more than 20 years. Located on Harwood Rd, Tony’s Pizza is a popular choice amongst Slice Users, and it is not very difficult to see why!
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