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Beloved Dallas Pizzeria Zoli’s Quietly Debuts Its New York Style Pies in Fort Worth

The world is now home to a second Zoli’s NY Pizza

A pepperoni pizza with jalapeno pesto and basil
So much pepperoni awaits at Zoli’s NY Pizza in Fort Worth
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Zoli’s NY Pizza, the Dallas-born eatery known for its top-notch New York style pizzas, killer cheeseburgers, and seriously cheeky memes, has officially made its Fort Worth debut.

The outpost at 3501 Hulen Street quietly opened its doors on Monday night, and fans of the chain who were tired of driving to Dallas for the area’s best New York style pizza were seriously excited. As reported previously by Eater, the outpost also houses a location of Cow Tipping Creamery, the Austin-born ice cream shop acquired by Cane Rosso owner Jay Jerrier in 2016.

In Fort Worth, diners can look forward to goofily-named (yet seriously good) pies like the Christian Pescroni, topped with a ton of pepperoni and jalapeno pesto, or the Lil’ Troy, piled high with mini meatballs, straciatella cheese, and garlicky bread crumbs. Outside of the pizza options, find the killer O.D.B, or “Obligatory DFW Burger,” solid bowls of pasta, and Italian-style sandwiches.

Per its Facebook page, Zoli’s Fort Worth is now open Monday through Thursday from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m., and Sunday from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.