Cane Rosso White Rock Looks To Incite Hysteria this Tuesday with $1 Pizza Night

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Every now and then Cane Rosso owner Jay Jerrier likes to throw a cog in the wheel. Sometimes by coming out against ranch dressing, other times it's throwing an anniversary party where his certified Neapolitan pizza costs just one little dollar.

There will be crazy. Promise.

Jerrier has done this before. For the past several years he has offered dollar pizza at his original Deep Ellum spot and the lines have snaked down the sidewalk. Expect a similar scene tonight, Tax Man Night, as they celebrate the one-year anniversary of the Cane Rosso White Rock location.

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"Technically it (the anniversary date) was 4/22, but we can't wait to celebrate and like everyone else we hate taxes, so we decided to celebrate early on Tuesday, 4/15," announces the Facebook page.

This offer is only good on the 15th, only at the White Rock location from 5 to 10 p.m. Diners can order focaccia, marinara or Margherita pizza for only $1. This is for dine-in only, no to-go orders (leave your complaints below). Their only request is you "tip your servers like normal human beings."

Let the feast begin.

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