Amico's Pizza, Dallas, Texas Restaurant Details

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Restaurant: Amico's Pizza

Address: 4032 Cedar Springs Rd, Dallas (Dallas), Texas (TX), 75219

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Phone: (214) 520-1331

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3.4 based on 5 ratings
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03/06/2016 3:41 am

The pizza is really delicious. The Home made taste is amazing!

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02/21/2016 2:41 am

Ordered a pizza 2 weeks ago. Timely delivery and delicious.

We ordered a pizza from here last night. Took two hours to deliver. Which I understand they were understaffed, but they kept saying they were close over the phone when in reality they were 45 min out. Don't lie, just tell us if you're in the weeds.

Pizza came completely room temp. Wasn't even cooked through. Raw dough.

Spoke to the owner today and he quickly gave us a coupon for a free pizza.

A place worthy of supporting even if they botched a busy night.

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01/02/2016 12:57 am

This place is a joke. Don't waste your time.

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07/19/2015 4:24 pm

Handmade sausage, meatballs, lasagna, this place is awesome

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11/10/2012 10:59 pm

As an Italian American, I am ashamed of Amico's. Knowing that restaurants like this serve what they would call Italian food to customers makes me physically ill. Our order consisted of 1 combo plate, 1 order of veal parm, meatballs, sausage, garlic bread (which is actually soggy texas toast with garlic), a cheese pizza, brownie and cheesecake. I don't know where they got their sauce recipe, but the only thing I can compare it to is a super salty and bland mess of tomato. (Domino's has better sauce than these people) The meatballs were dry disgusting clumps of flavorless mush with scattered clumps of gristle. The "combo plate" which consisted of lasagna, spaghetti, ravioli and a piece of sausage was not only smothered in their super salty sauce, but tasted like frozen food right out of the box. (We make our pasta fresh - Bullshit, when you make pasta fresh it does not come out with a paste like texture) Their Veal Parm was literally just a salty, tough and soggy chunk of meat. Now for the pizza. Remember that chain restaurant Fazoli's?...They must have the same distributor. When you see cheesecake on a menu with nothing to describe it, immediately you think NY style cheesecake...This is not the case. It is a jam covered mess of god knows what. Oh....and they forgot the brownie. After spending $55+ at this place and tasting a range of their food they have to offer, I would caution anyone from attempting to consume this poison.

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