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Pinstack Dallas Has Massive Pizzas For A Limited Time

Food is fantastic, and there is no shortage of mouthwatering meals here in the Metroplex. One of the best things that you can find in this area are the absolutely massive pizzas in Dallas. Pinstack is serving up their limited time signature massive King Pin Pizza until October 31.

The pizza is sized at 36 inches, and you're allowed to add as many toppings as you want to the delicious creation. You'll be able to score this pizza for $39 at any of the Pinstack locations in the metroplex. And trust us, 36 inches is pretty darn big.

You might have to wait a little while to get your hands on these pizzas as they are made to order. While you wait, you can check out any of their fun games and activities. Pinstack has tons of arcade games and bowling for you to enjoy with your friends.

If you're not into pizzas, they do have tons of other food options ranging from burgers to pasta. They do have a bar, so don't forget your ID. You'll find tons of beers and wines for you to choose from that you will be able to enjoy with your giant cheesy pizzas.

Pinstack is open from 11 a.m. to midnight every day except on Friday and Saturday when they are open until 2 a.m. Games start at $10 and work their way up to $40. With high rope courses, Lazer tag, and bowling, their giant pizza won't be the only thing you'll want to stop by for.

For more fun things to do, check out this pumpkin paradise at the Dallas Arboretum. You can also check out our list of massive foods all throughout Texas. 

Pinstack Pizzas

Price: 💸💸

Cuisine: American

Address: 6205 Dallas Pkwy, Plano, Texas 75024

Why You Need To Go:  They are having massive pizzas for a limited time.

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