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This Month Only: Greenville Avenue Pizza Company Unveils a D Magazine Pizza

We tried to make the most Dallas pizza ever. Yes, there is brisket. And elote.
By D Magazine Staff |
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Greenville Ave. Pizza Company

What toppings would you put on a pizza to represent Dallas?

Greenville Avenue Pizza Company has created a specialty pizza this month in honor of our pizza issue that seeks to answer exactly that question. On a recent Thursday afternoon, our team was tasked with brainstorming what should go on this pie. We all agreed that it should be sophisticated and straight-talking, with Texas roots and a bit of a kick. It took about 30 minutes for us to come up with what we think is a delicious representation of Dallas.

The pizza will have sour cream sauce, brisket, jalapeños (a favorite of our founder, the late Wick Allison), roasted corn, cotija, and cilantro. Think of it as brisket and elote in one. We have humbly named it D’Pizza.

It’ll be available all month at each of GAPCO’s three locations for $21 to $26

While you’re at it, take a look at our pizza passport and try all the pizza joints featured in our February pizza issue—that’s GAPCo on the cover, by the way—and enter for a chance to win a pizza oven bundle from Solo Stove.

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