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This may just be the best pizza in the state of Texas. This modest little hole in the wall doesn't have fancy décor, but the 20-inch Mama's Special is an outstanding experience, with a warm, chewy crust and savory seasonings. Ask for plain cheese or any combination of 12 tasty toppings. If a 20-inch pizza seems like too much of a great thing, there are four smaller sizes available ranging from 8-16 inches. Try the lunch buffet and get all-you-can-eat pasta and salad to go with this terrific pizza.
Owner Silver Querinan hails from Italy,thus he knows Italian dishes well. Milano's location has opened only since 1997 and has been garnering popoular demand for another branch in Fort Worth. The main dining room's atmosphere is romantic at night, with small booths and intimate lighting. The menu, meanwhile, is full of traditional dishes. Your mouth will water as you choose between fried calamari with marinara sauce, fettucine Alfredo, chicken marsala and other enticing dishes. The pizzas here are also heavenly, and come in both thin-crust and deep-dish varieties.
This pizza and pasta joint brings some of the finest Italian flavors from across the pond and into Fort Worth. Staples of Italian food dominate the menu, from pizza and pasta to hot subs and stromboli. Prima's is the perfect casual restaurant for a solo meal or one with friends or family — the only important thing is that you come hungry and ready to eat.