Grimaldi’s Pizzeria Planned for The Realm in Lewisville

The restaurant offers coal-fired brick-oven pizza, calzones, and more.
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The new 324-acre mixed-use development, The Realm at Castle Hills along State Highway 121 in Lewisville, will feature a New York favorite—Grimaldi’s Pizzeria. The nearly 3,600-square-foot restaurant will feature a patio with shaded seating to overlook Crescent Park. Grimaldi’s is expected to open at 4440 SH 121 in Lewisville sometime during the second quarter of 2023.

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“With on-site foot traffic and proximity to top retail, dining, and office space, The Realm at Castle Hills is the ideal location for our newest restaurant,” Joseph Ciolli, Grimaldi’s Pizzeria CEO, said in a statement. “We look forward to introducing the Lewisville community to Grimaldi’s award-winning pizza, excellent service, and casual, yet upscale dining experience.”

Grimaldi’s is well-known for its coal-fired brick-oven pizzas and calzones made with fresh ingredients. The brand’s ovens develop a crispy and smoky thin pizza crust, and you can try a variety of toppings from Margherita and Prosciutto Arugula to Garden Pesto and the Brooklyn Bridge, with hand-pinched Italian sausage.

Starters include Caprese, charcuterie boards, and bruschetta. You can also enjoy a number of salads and desserts that includes cannoli, cheesecake, and more.

The Realm is a Bright Realty development and will include more than 5,000 multifamily units, as well as restaurants, a boutique hotel, office and retail space, and an outdoor entertainment district.

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