Dallas, TX 75204
Top pick: For a complete meal, add a Caesar salad and a tub of Ben and Jerry’s ice cream, which, yes, ZaLat also sells for takeout or delivery.
The downside: During peak mealtimes, ZaLat can take a half-hour or more to prepare your pizza, so plan ahead. It’s just another sign of the chain’s swelling popularity across the Dallas area. Fun fact: Several of the restaurant’s locations are actually delivery-ready “ghost” kitchens you can’t visit in person.
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