Difference in pizza between Oak Cliff and New York: 0
Yup, starting tonight you can go ahead and say that with a straight face.
Prepare to fold some slices at Zoli’s NY Pizza, Jay Jerrier’s highly anticipated counter-service homage to Big Apple–style pies, opening tonight in Oak Cliff.
Think of this as the decidedly New York alternative to the very Neapolitan Cane Rosso. The scene inside: brick floors, wooden beams and white subway tiles. The pizza inside: traditional, Sicilian or “grandma-style.” And served with a side of ranch dressing. It’s a Brooklyn thing. Go with it.
So tonight after work, stop somewhere and have a few beers. Then, head over to this place to eat the kinds of things you require after having a few beers. Things like parmesan-dusted garlic knots. And zucchini fries. And corner slices of Sicilian pizza. And something called a Big Shirley—apparently, that’s a hero with prosciutto, ham and hot soppressata.
The Murderers’ Row of Italian cold cuts.