Campisi's Egyptian Lounge

5610 E Mockingbird Ln DallasTX75206
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When to Go: Both the Angelika Film Center and the Bath House Cultural Center are nearby, so plan a quick bite around a show.
by ezlocal on May 20, 2012 from ezlocal
Save Money: One pizza easily serves three or four people.
by ezlocal on May 20, 2012 from ezlocal

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15 Weird Pizza Toppings to Try Right Now, Updated:
Break out of your pepperoni-and-cheese rut by sampling some of the city's more unexpected pizza toppings. From chicken tikka masala to pears, black beans, avocado, preserved lemons and yes, even coffee grounds, here are 15 unusual pizzas to consider trying.
by eater on March 17, 2014 from eater
The Fort Worth Heatmap: Where to Eat Right Now:
Welcome to the summer edition of the Eater Fort Worth Heatmap. Here's the part where we turn our attention westward to answer the question: "Where should I eat in Fort Worth right this second?"

New additions to this edition of the Fort Worth Heatmap include a far-flung barbecue joint that's worth the trek, a gluten-free Mexican spot making its own corn tortillas, and one chef's homage to...
by eater on July 24, 2013 from eater
Mot Hai Ba Gets 3 Stars, and More Reviews:
Leslie Brenner reviewed Mot Hai Ba: There are plenty of exotic flavors worth savoring at the new Vietnamese restaurant from Colleen O'Hare and Jeana Johnson, but the starters category is more compelling than the entree section. A banana flower salad is "captivating," and imperial rolls, barbecued chicken wings in a "sweet-salty five-spice marinade" and fried frogs' legs are all worthy choices....
by eater on June 28, 2013 from eater
Campisi's Pizza Empire Spreads to Fort Worth:
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...
by eater on April 24, 2013 from eater

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Founded on the idea of handshakes and hellos, Campisi’s Restaurants has been serving iconic, award-winning pizzas and family Italian dishes since 1946.
by foursquare on December 17, 2017 from foursquare