Primo Brothers offering daily lessons in October on how to hand-toss pizzas; best toss wins a pie
Yes, there’s a day, week, month and year designated to celebrate damn near everything. Since it’s pretty much downhill after International Talk Like a Pirate Day last Friday, all that we have to look forward to is Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years Eve and National Pizza Month (October), which is just a week away.
Celebrating that month in style, Primo Brothers, a 32-year-old Dallas pizzeria, is hosting a dough tossing lesson at 11 a.m. each day, Monday through Saturday. Whoever tosses the best dough in their class that day wins a free pizza.
The best pizza dough toss will be judged by Primo Brothers owner Luan Vraniqi, a 30-year pizza-making pro shown spinning pies in the photo above.
“A skilled dough toss is key to a great pizza as well as making dough fresh, which we’ve done daily since we opened in 1982.” writes Vraniqi in a note to the Hatch. “If you want to throw dough like a pro learn from a bro.”
Show up by 11 a.m. and tell them you want to toss. Vraniqi says the first five interested guests can participate, and he’ll announce the winner within the hour.
9310 Forest Lane, Suite 334, Dallas; 214.241.4414, www.primobrotherspizza.com.