—Brush your teeth.
—Count to 90 Mississippi.
—Cook a pizza.
One of those things sounds really good right about now.
Make time for Firecrust Neapolitan Pizzeria, a laid-back pizza joint that’s wood-firing pies in 90 seconds flat, now open off Knox Street.
And now comes the part where we tell you things about this place.
It’s casual. But nice casual...
... with exposed bricks over there and white subway tiles here and wooden booths for spending the better part of your afternoon.
They’ve got a thing for, you guessed it: pizza.
You’ll order at the counter, where you can build your own with toppings like spicy soppressata, artichokes and mushrooms. Or request one of their signature pies like the hearty Siciliana with Italian sausage, ham and prosciutto. After dough is tossed and toppings are placed, a couple of red brick ovens bake everything at 900 degrees.
They’ve also got beer and wine.
Two things scientifically proven to pair nicely with pizza. Go ahead, try it for yourself some time.
They’re expanding north.
So down the road, expect to see another one of these places in Plano.
It’s good to have options.