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This Austin Hot Spot Serves Some Of The Biggest Pizzas In Texas

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This Austin Hot Spot Serves Some Of The Biggest Pizzas In Texas

Pizza is a meal you can have at any time of the day, no matter the toppings. The only thing that could possibly make this entrée better is if it were bigger. And what better city to have a restaurant with giant-sized pizza than Austin, Texas where everything, including pizza, is bigger and each giant slice is cheesier than you could even imagine. 

Russo's NY Pizzeria serves giant pizza and is located in the Arboretum area of Austin, open every single day of the week. Your chance to try some of the biggest pizzas in Texas is just a short drive away for you Austinites, and there's no excuse for missing out with the restaurant being open all day long! Giant-sized pizza isn't the only thing on their menus either, they have pasta, dessert, and so much more to satisfy any and all cravings.

Russo's is open Sunday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. and 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. Like we said before, pizza is the perfect meal for any time of day and the pizzeria is proving just that. They've won many awards and we don't anticipate seeing their trophy shelf empty any time soon. 

For those who live off of a gluten-free diet, Russo's is able to cater to just that. They're allowing all pizza lovers to experience some of the tastiest cuisine out there and it is highly appreciated.

Russo's isn't the only place in Texas that sells giant-sized pizza, however it is arguably the best in the area. If you're from San Antonio and can't make a trip to Austin anytime soon, Big Lou's in SA has got you covered. Start making dinner plans for this week at our new favorite restaurant ASAP.

Russo's NY Pizzeria 

Price: 💸

Cuisine: Pizza

Address: 10721 Research Blvd, Austin, TX 78759

Why You Need To Go: Just when we thought pizza couldn't get any better, someone invented giant pizza. Russo's has the best and you need to visit them for some mouthwatering goodness! 

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