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Campisi's Pizza Empire Spreads to Fort Worth

David Campisi and Fort Worth mayor Betsy Price at the new location.
David Campisi and Fort Worth mayor Betsy Price at the new location.
Photo credit: Campisi's/Facebook

Legendary Dallas institution Campisi's continues to grow: The family-owned pizza chain known for its thin-crust pies just opened its first Fort Worth location in the Ridglea Village shopping center (near sushi phenom Little Lilly). Campisi's may date all the way back to 1946, which is when their original "Egyptian restaurant" on Mockingbird Lane opened, but as Bud Kennedy notes, "the Campisi's menu has kept up with newer pizza restaurants" by offering nouveau toppings like barbecue chicken and a unique muffaletta variety with cured meats and the requisite olive spread.

Campisi's has eight other DFW locations including the OG Mockingbird spot and an outpost at Dallas Love Field that opened in 2011.

· Eats Beat: Campisi's, the New Shape of Fort Worth Pizza [FW Star-Telegram]
· Campisi's [Official]

Campisi's Egyptian Lounge

5610 Mockingbird Lane, Dallas, TX 75206 214 827 0355

Campisi's Fort Worth

6150 Camp Bowie Blvd, Fort Worth, TX 76116

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