Monday, March 14, 2011

Saviano's. Sundance Square, Fort Worth.

I've made two visits to the new Saviano's at Sundance Square in the last few weeks. They took the old Zippy's and Sammy's locations and combined them into one restaurant.

I liked what they did to the space from a renovation point of view, it's nothing extravagant, but it's clean and appropriate for a middle-tier, sit-down, pizza restaurant.

Saviano's serves a medium crust, medium-cheese, Neopolitan-style pizza. Kind of a cross between New York style and the Neopolitan style of Il Cane Rosso. I didn't dislike the pizza, but on neither occasion was it served piping, out-of-oven hot. Maybe a minor complaint, but it is something that makes the pizza less than perfect. Besides that, I liked it.

I'm going to try some of their pasta dishes next time we are in Sundance -- but for our "go-to" pizza place, I remain in search mode.

Saviano's has two locations, one in Sundance Square, Fort Worth, and one in Euless.

Saviano's website: Link here.



bourgon said...

When you mean "go-to pizza place", do you mean Best Pizza In Fort Worth, or something else? I'd say the best pizza in Fort Worth proper is probably Parton's. In Midcities, either Cavalli's or Coal Vines, and I've heard from someone (you?) that there's a place called Chicago Corner that makes an awesome deep dish pie.

Francis Shivone said...

Bourgon -- Yes, by "go-to" I meant favorite. I haven't tried Partons and my favorite is Cavalli's. But they are in Irving.

I didn't suggest Chicago Corner but I love real Chicago style pizza. Thanks for the suggestions.

Food and Travel Blog said...

Piping hot is so important to me!

Francis Shivone said...

Hi Jo -- I'm looking forward to following your travels. Thanks.

DogMaTX said...

Just fyi, it's not "point of you." It's "point of view."

Francis Shivone said...

DogMa -- Thanks. Changed. The proof reader has ben on vacaton.