Grimaldi's Pizzeria opens in Domain Northside

Grimaldi's Pizzeria serves traditional coal brick oven pizza. (Courtesy Grimaldi's Pizzeria)
Grimaldi's Pizzeria serves traditional coal brick oven pizza. (Courtesy Grimaldi's Pizzeria)

Grimaldi's Pizzeria serves traditional coal brick oven pizza. (Courtesy Grimaldi's Pizzeria)

Coal brick oven pizzeria Grimaldi's Pizzeria is now open at 11700 Domain Blvd., Ste. 148. With a specialty in thin-crust coal brick oven pizza, Grimaldi’s also offers calzones, salads, appetizers and a small selection of desserts. Beer and wine are also available. 512-853-9075. https://www.grimaldispizzeria.com/locations/domain-northside/

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