Great waitress, good food. Never had anything I haven't loved. Huge pizza, fresh pasta, quick friendly service. FYI always packed at lunch time. Must try "Chicken Fra Diablo" recomended by waitress and I'll never eat anything else. We frequently get Ziti Bolognese, Spaghetti w/ Marinara, Linguini w/ white clam sauce, Pasta Sampler Platter, Cheese sticks, Stromboli, Calzone... Love the place, not for those who have an aversion to grease. Very causal my kids have even been in there in there dress up clothes (my daughter a princess and my son a train engineer) and the waitress remembers them. We like to eat in or call and order for pick up and have it at home quick and easy. The owner/manager (?) is not the chattiest guy in the world but the waitstaff way make up for it. You go in twice and you'll be recognized and drink order remembered. It's a seat yourself which I like that way we don't have to be in view of the tv's (my personal pet peeve) while we eat. For those who do like it I've seen the tv's on everything from ESPN to CNN to some spanish channel. Good for those who like it but for those who don't there are tables where you can hear but not see.
2. Pizza Snob
3051 S University DrFort Worth, TX 76109
From Business: Relaxed and rustic pizza eatery with personal-sized pies made with ingredients that span beyond the humdrum. Check out the Spicy Italian Sausage, Buttermilk Alfredo and Candied Jalapeno specialty or ingredients like the beer-glazed onions or South African peppadews! Enjoy craft draft, specialty teas from Austin, sodas from…
From the Service (warm smiles and helpful hands)... to the taste of heaven you get in every bite of anything you order on their diverse menu... to the Palio's Experience... I have one word and one word only INCREDIBLE!! Deon & Gina (Palio's regulars)
I've been going here since 93 and it's some of the best pizza around for sure. I now live in Oklahoma City and when I'm in Ft. Worth I have to stop by and have some great mom and pa's pizza!!! It's very very good!!!! I don't understand why don't expand...
14. Joe's Pizza
6818 Camp Bowie BlvdFort Worth, TX 76116
I've been coming to this place for years. Great food, wonderful staff, fabulous atmosphere. Everyone knows me buy name, and I've never had a problem. I brag on this place to all my friends. You should go: their food speaks for itself.
2600 W 7th StFort Worth, TX 76107
For six bucks you can pile it high with 15 toppings if you want to Like subway line style but just ONE price No matter how much you load it up Top quality ingredients Nice people Please enjoy and please don't pig out just to say you did - it would spoil their generous policy. Yum Yum ( a fan)
3351 Texas Sage TrlFort Worth, TX 76177
From Business: The Rock Wood Fired Kitchen is a family friendly, full service, unique dining concept. Though the focus may be on our hand-tossed wood fired pizzas, The Rock offers a variety of Foods for all moods. Throw in our microbrews and custom Rocktail drinks, and you truly have something for everyone to enjoy. And don't worry about…
29. Napoli's Pizza
A note from Facebook about this place. Misty Williams Corbett 1 Review , 0 Followers 12 hours ago RATED Scott Brewer To all my Facebook friends that live in North fort Worth - keller area, there's a place on beach and golden triangle called new york famous pizza. My 18 daughter went in there…
Okay, Recently...I stopped at a new pizza place called "Marco's" in Fort Worth (Oakmont/Hulen). I'd been craving a "different" kind of pizza...instead of the same ole-same ole (ya know). MAN! Did I find it at Marco's Pizza! The staff was super friendly, but more importantly, the pizza was AWESOME! Since I'd never tried it before, I had "a bite" when I got back home (just a "tester" or so I thought). Well, that was it... I couldn't put it down! Before I knew it...I'd eaten the rest of the slice and was reaching for the next! The dough, sauce & veggies were very good...and they put garlic butter on the crust, etc. But, you gotta ask for the garlic butter (so don't miss it). They can also send along xtra little garlic butter containers! Anyway, if you're looking for a different kinda pizza...look no further than Marco's / Hulen! I'll definitely be going back... Chip Henley Fort Worth, TX
For under seven dollars you get all you can eat pizza and soda. The managers are great here so in turn the staff are great too. You do get what you pay for here unfortunately. The quality of food is low. "Cardboard pizza" is the reoccuring term I hear to discribe the taste of the pizza. Look at other pizza chains food quality and you can see big room for improvement. If you have kids this is the place to go. If you don't have a lot of cash this also is the place to go. If you take a look at their marketing materials you will notice a theme, the store is ment to be for kids. Even the pictures on the wall in the stores are testamony to this. But I do have to say I like it! Cheap and filling! Great for college students.