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Vote Now for the Final Two Pizzas to Determine Who Will Be Crowned Dallas’ Prince of Pies

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We’re down to two worthy finalists in our Best Pizza in Dallas tournament. Over the next two days Cane Rosso and i Fratelli will battle for the pepperoni encrusted crown and mighty Prince of Pies title.

i Fratelli, which means “brothers” in Italian, was founded in Irving in 1987 by the Cole brothers. The crispy and thin pizza is my go-to for delivery. Their dough is made fresh daily and their pizzas are baked in stone deck ovens. Since opening, the casual pizzeria has expanded to 14 locations across North Texas. Fun fact: They’ve won every delivery pizza taste test we’ve done here at D Magazine.

If you eat pizza and have never heard of Cane Rosso then you’re doing it wrong. Owner Jay Jerrier’s Neapolitan pies have been the talk of the town since the first location opened in Deep Ellum in 2011. Fun fact: Cane Rosso has won D Magazine‘s Best of Big D pizza award five years in a row. It’s just so good.

I eat both of these pies regularly. This is going to be tough, Dallas. Vote now through the end of Friday to determine who will be crowned the Prince of Pies.

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