Olivella's Pizzeria E Vineria

3406 Mcfarlin Blvd
Dallas, TX 75205
Olivella's Pizzeria E Vineria - Homestead Business Directory

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Pizza, Restaurants

Customer Reviews (9 reviews)


on Citysearch Jul 29, 2009
I ordered a couple metro (their largest) which they state serves 2-3 people. I guess they meant 2-3 kids as even I could have finished one of their pizzas (5'5, 115lbs woman). The toppings were skimpy so even if they... (more)


on Citysearch Jan 28, 2009
The pizza here is pretty decent for Dallas but unfortunately the place just lacks some ambience and not near enough room makes it difficult to enjoy. I hear that a new one is being built in Victory maybe they will get it... (more)


on Citysearch Jan 26, 2009
Way overrated. Crust had charred areas. It was like crunching on charcoal, and also very pricey. I can find better elsewhere. (more)


on Citysearch Dec 27, 2008
Every time I visit my parents in Dallas from NYC we go to Olivella's. It's one of the few places that really reminds me of the quality and authentic atmosphere one regularly enjoys in New York and various European... (more)


on Citysearch Dec 12, 2008
This is the SMU/ CHUCKY CHEESE of the area...awful! No one running the place on a Saturday night was over 18. The cook wipes his sweat on his hands and on his apron and his sidekick picks his nose and cuts the... (more)

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on Citysearch Nov 21, 2008
Really close to Lovers lane, this is a small place with the greatest pizza I ever had. Good Italian taste, and perfect combination between veggies and meat. (more)

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on Citysearch Nov 13, 2008
Olivella's is awesome! In Dallas, it's as close to NY pizza as you are gonna get! Reasonably price. Eat in or take out, either way the pizza is great. I go there everytime I am in Dallas!... (more)


on Citysearch Sep 08, 2008
The place is tiny and cramped which I assume is part of its charm. The actual pies are of good quality, surprisingly so since Dallas is not known for having many great pizza places. Naturally, the ingredients they use... (more)


on Citysearch Jul 22, 2007
<b>In Short</b><br>This way-too-tiny pizza joint may be a tad bigger than the wood fired pizza oven it houses. With just eight tables and a short counter space, there isn't much elbow room between diners. Pizzas... (more)

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