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New Neapolitan Pizza Truck Rolls Into Central East Austin

Dough Boys serves pizza on a chewy crust from the former chef of North Italia

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A pie from Dough Boys
A pie from Dough Boys
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There’s a new Neapolitan pizza truck in Central East Austin from the former chef of the Austin location of Italian restaurant chain North Italia. Dough Boys opens on Friday, August 7 at the Arbor Food Park at 1108 East 12th Street.

Dough Boys serves a small menu of 12-inch pizzas with a chewy, puffy crust from its wood-fired oven. Pizza options include classic margherita; the Italian Vato, which has salami, garlic, and hatch green chilis; and the Eastside Trip with oyster mushrooms and garlic cream. There’s also a sweet dessert pizza with a caramelized espresso glaze and Fernet-infused mascarpone. Check out the full menu below.

Dough Boys comes from Tony Curet, the former executive chef of the downtown location of North Italia; and Max Tilka, who was involved with several bars and restaurants in Florida.

Dough Boy’s hours are from Wednesday through Saturday 4 to 10 p.m., and Sunday from noon until sold out. The pizza truck joined other favorite taco truck Cuantos Tacos, ceviche truck Rosarito, and El Tigre Coffee at the Arbor Food Park, which also includes several picnic tables for dine-in service.

Dough Boys

3901 Promontory Point Drive, , TX 78744 (512) 781-5949 Visit Website

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