Beloved Dallas Neapolitan-style pizzeria Cane Rosso has opened a New York-style offshoot: Zoli's NY Pizza Tavern. The fast-casual restaurant opened just yesterday serving Plain, Grandma, and Sicilian pies, as well as build-your-own pizzas (per the menu, there is "No charge for basil, oregano, or unicorn tears"). There are also heroes, salads, and more.
For extra added legitimacy, owner Jay Jerrier consulted with Frank Pinello of Brooklyn's Best Pizza on the recipes. The restaurant also features a "buy a buddy a slice" program, in which the names of those for whom slices have been purchased are listed on a giant chalkboard. You have thirty days to claim your slice.
Apparently opening night was a little rough (a "complete epic failure") with a computer meltdown that forced service to end early, but people are digging the pizza ("After one bite of the pizza, all was forgiven").