Saturday is National Pizza Day. Here are a few places in Oak Cliff where you can grab a slice or two and celebrate the holiday.
If gourmet thin-crust pizza is what you’re craving, stop by Eno’s Pizza Tavern at 407 N. Bishop Ave. The tavern’s menu includes classic pizza flavors and not-so-classic pizza flavors such as honey. You can also enjoy craft beers with your pizza from around Texas as well as Colorado, California, Louisiana and Utah.
Nova at 1417 W. Davis St. has a pizza option for everyone. Go simple with a fresh tomato pizza with basil, mozzarella and balsamic dressing. Or explore new flavors such as jerked pork cheek with collard greens, sweet potato puree and cottonwood cheddar. Nova provides a wide variety of craft beer to enjoy with your selected pizza.
Send your tastebuds on a trip to Italy with pizza from CiboDivino at 1868 Sylvan Ave. Suite #D-100. With selections like Pizza Burrata and white pizzas, the true Italian roots of owner and chef Daniele Puleo shine bright. Only wine can be paired with pizza at this marketplace.
If you’d rather stay home and celebrate, consider ordering from Home Run Pizza at 718 W. Jefferson Blvd. Build your own pizza or try a speciality pie from the list.
Despite the connotation, this pizza place at 1315 W. Davis St. is named for the owner’s mother whose nickname is “Old Hag.” It serves up New York-style pizza in a variety of pre-made combinations. But if none of those peak your interest, you can also create your own pie or order a single slice, depending on your appetite.