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Old Chicago Pizza and Taproom recently opened its first location in Dallas at Mockingbird Station. The spot is known for craft beers, specialty drinks, hearty burgers and sandwiches and, of course, handcrafted pizza.

You’ll find 14 pizzas on the menu, such as the Thai Pie, Mediterranean Sausage, Italian Grinder, Double Deckeroni and more. You can even create your own pie with the Chicago Thick or Tavern Thin crust.

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The expansive menu continues with an array of meaty and cheesy appetizers, salads, regional beers, craft cocktails, pastas and sharable tavern bites. Even if you’re not in it for the pizza, there are plenty of other dishes to choose from (and dessert, too!). Take a look at the menu here. 

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Catch Happy Hour every Monday through Friday from 3 to  p.m. to enjoy discounted appetizers and drinks.

Throughout the month of February, stop by the restaurant for the Old Chicago’s Explorer Series. This series will feature a collaboration craft with Left Hand Brewery and Allegro Coffee Company, available at Old Chicago locations in Dallas.

The collaboration craft is a coffee pale ale called De’Nileä Coffee Ale, which was brewed by the team at Old Chicago, along with Left Hand brewers, using Allegro Coffee’s Blue Nile Blend. Additional selection will be available as well throughout the month.
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Have you stopped by Old Chicago yet? Let us know how you liked it!

Old Chicago is located at 5319 Mockingbird Station, Suite 100 in Dallas.

(Disclaimer: I visited Old Chicago for a complimentary menu tasting, and all thoughts are my own.)