A sister restaurant to the famed Grimaldi's under the Brooklyn Bridge in the DUMBO neighborhood, for whose products devotees wait hours for a pie, this shop serves Neapolitan-style pizzas from a coal-fired brick oven. Take your pick from 12-, 16- or 18-inch pizza pies topped with anything from anchovies and jalapeño to Kalamata olives and fresh garlic. It's got 100 years of history and tradition behind it. So it's no wonder the pies at Grimaldi's are considered must-haves in Dallas. Any place that's been complimented by Frank Sinatra and Rudy Guiliani has got to be good, right?
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