Picasso’s Pizza and Bar in Dallas, Texas


Picassos Pizza & Grill – Bent Tree Neighborhood
18160 N. Dallas Parkway
Dallas, TX 75287
Mon – Thurs 11am – 10pm
Fri 11am – 11pm
Sat & Sun 11am-10pm
Phone: 972-248-0011 (ORDER ONLINE)

Picassos Pizza & Grill- Lake Highlands Neighborhood
7215 Skillman St # 300
Dallas, TX 75231
Mon – Thurs 11am – 10pm
Fri 11am – 11pm
Sat & Sun 11am-10pm
Phone: 214-553-8100 (ORDER ONLINE)

Picassos Pizza & Grill- Preston Hollow Neighborhood
12300 Inwood Rd # 116
Dallas, TX 75244
Mon – Thurs 11am – 10pm
Fri 11am – 11pm
Sat & Sun 11am-10pm
Phone: 972-503-3300 (ORDER ONLINE)

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PS: Here are the FAQs

What should I wear when visiting Picassos Pizza & Grill? (Dress casual)
How much will eating here cost me? ($$)
Do they serve Alcohol? (full bar)
Does Picasso’s Deliver? (Yes)
Wi-Fi (Free)

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3 Replies to “Picasso’s Pizza – Three Dallas Locations”

  1. Picasso’s is a keeper. A stand-by. A place to add to the restaurant rotation. It’s a family-friendly gem of a restaurant that’s usually packed with a combination of groups ranging from families with small kids, to teenagers (often affiliated with a school team of some sort), to twenty-somethings. There’s a reason for that range. They make lots of kinds of food and seemingly make them all well. They have interesting salads, good sandwiches, a variety of pastas, and several different styles of good pizza (one of which, they even call “Dallas Style”). Try anything you like. You won’t be disappointed.

  2. Thanks Sabrina. I’ve heard the same from a few people. I’ll make sure they see your compliment. Hopefully they’ll give you a reply right here. Thanks again for your comment on the great food at Picasso’s.

  3. I had pasta..and a slice from a co-workers pizza. Italian is a many splendored food and often the food is sub par, just edible, in most Italian eateries. Not true of Picasso’s..the food looked fabulous, smelled incredible and I think for the first time since my teenage years..I inhaled my food. Not ladylike, I know..but sometimes you just have to get your grub on..

    Don’t hesitate, it’s delicious!!

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