We’ve been long-time fans of Eatzi’s uptown Dallas location and were thrilled at the opening of an Eatzi’s closer to home.
A few weeks ago we finally stopped in for Friday pizza night. The deal: $10 pizza, choosing from a set menu.
The pizzas available last night included mushroom, hot coppa, chicken alfredo, warrior, margherita and cheese. All are thin crust, oval and cut into 8 pieces.
Some things you should know to make your purchase experience go smoothly. You need to pay for your pizza first – also note there’s a single line, on the far side of the store, for the bank of cash registers. While paying you’ll tell the clerk what you want. Take your receipt to the pizza station, hand it over and wait a few minutes for them to pass over a piping hot pizza along with your receipt.
We ordered a margherita (good as expected).
The rock star, however, was the warrior pizza. The warrior was amazing and I’m sure we’ll order it every time from now on. Topped with chorizo, jalapeno, cilantro and some type of spicy crema it was an amazing flavor combo.
The pizzas aren’t heavily covered with toppings, making this an easy pizza to eat and the crust cooked all the way through (not doughy – hooray!).
The downsides of Eatzi’s Friday pizza night?
- The crowds.
- It’s so good we’ll want to eat it every Friday night. Not good when you have early morning long training runs at the lake the next day!