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Grimaldi’s Pizzeria is playing Santa, and so are we. Win a free $50 Gift Card to Grimaldi’s just for saying Ho Ho Ho


Grimaldi's Grapevine in 360 West Magazine

This one is a Christmas no-brainer. Leave a comment saying something Santa-ish — Ho, Ho, Ho or Merry Christmas, or even “Hey, how come there’s no beer in the fridge,” and we’ll slip two random lucky winners a $50 gift card to Grimaldi’s. (Enter by December 17 if you want to win. We’ll email the winners.)

If you’ve had Grimaldi’s pizzas before, you know why it’s worth a few minutes of your time to enter. If you don’t know Grimaldi’s, here’s what I said in 360 West Magazine about the pizza in Grimaldi’s new Grapevine location:

Brooklyn interloper Grimaldi’s Pizzeria has opened its third North Texas location, bringing its thin-crust, New York-style pizzas to a busy wedge of Grapevine that recently welcomed Eatzi’s. Grimaldi’s fuels its 1100-degree oven with coal, which lends a smokey, blistery char to pizzas. NYC pizza fans will easily recognize these pizzas’ authenticity, a pie whose slices are chewy, crispy and foldable all at once. Workers insist the pizza dough is made with mineral-fortified water to be chemically identical to Brooklyn’s. True or not, the pizza is sensational, especially the one with aged pepperoni and sweet San Marzano tomatoes imported from Italy. The new Grimaldi’s sports a rehabbed warehouse look, with stained concrete floors, corrugated metal and wood plank paneling, and funky chandeliers fashioned from empty wine bottles. A roll-up door opens the bar to an outdoor patio.

Drop off a toy at the Gravpevine Grimaldi’s Pizzeria (1401 William D. Tate Ave, Grapevine; 817-488-4547 or grimaldispizzeria.com) by December 19, and they’ll Santa you back with a $5 gift card in return.

 

 

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