With the opening of the third location of Greenville Ave Pizza Company in Richardson, Angie Quebedeaux from the Dallas Observer went over to the restaurant to try and have one of the famous start from scratch pizza and other foods according to a Dallas Observer article from December 2. In it they say,
“When we visited the new location, we opted for the sampler ($14) for our starter, which came with three raviolis (choice of meat or cheese), three cheese bites and three pizza poppers with marinara and ranch. The pizza poppers, stuffed with mozzarella, pepperoni, Italian sausage and bell peppers, were a favorite.
We also ordered a large half-and-half of Butcher’s Revenge and Mucho Meato. The Mucho Meato is their version of a meat lovers, loaded with pepperoni, ham, hamburger, sausage and bacon. But if you like your pizza with a kick go with the Butcher’s Revenge. It’s topped with their fire cheese (ghost pepper cheese), mozzarella, spicy salami, Italian sausage, hot honey drizzle, and parsley and it is delicious.
Next visit we’ll try the Mexican pizza and the Pesto Sciutto. The Mexican is topped with hamburger, poblano peppers, red onions, Roma tomatoes, jalapeños, cilantro and cheddar. The Pesto Sciutto has pesto sauce, prosciutto, Roma tomatoes, arugula, fresh garlic, and sun-dried tomatoes and is finished with Pizza Crack and Parmesan.”
The opening of the third location came after 14 years since Greenville Ave Pizza Company opened its first restaurant in Greenville according to a Dallas Morning News article from November 10. In it they say,
The company’s original location opened on lowest Greenville Avenue in 2007, and a second location opened on Peavy Road 10 years later, according to the company’s website.
The third location of GAPco is surprisingly spacious as it includes a bar and a patio contemplated with their same but unique and amazing menu of start from scratch pizzas and wings according to a Local Profile article from November 9. In it they say,
“The new GAPco spans across 3,700 square feet with an indoor/outdoor bar and a 1,200 square foot patio. This Richardson location offers all of their signature pizzas, including the buffalo chicken, with wing sauce and ranch, chicken, celery and carrots; the Mexican pizza, with ground beef, poblano peppers, red onions, roma tomatoes, jalapeño cilantro and cheddar; and the vegan, with no cheese, marinara, grilled eggplant, spinach, artichoke, green olives, garlic and oregano.
Diners can order pizzas by the slice, in 12-inch or 16-inch pies, in calzone form, or on a cauliflower crust.
Additionally, diners can enjoy, wings, salads, pastas, toasted ravioli and meatball sliders. Diners can order pastas in gluten-free versions for an additional cost. On weekdays from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., the restaurant offers a lunch special, in which diners can order a one-topping slice, a small salad and a drink for $10.”
The new location in Richardson opens at 11 AM until 1 PM except on Thursdays to Saturdays where they stay until 3 AM.