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Abram Street / Entrepreneurship / Food / MyAbram
May 27, 2019
‘Downtown Arlington: Open For Business’ Features Old School Pizza Tavern
The latest installment ofDowntown Arlington: Open for Business takes you inside the ever-delicious Old School Pizza Tavern, which is celebrating 8 years in business in Downtown. Located at 603 W Abram St., Old School Pizza Tavern is known for its fresh-made pizza dough, homemade sauce, and unique toppings. Their well-rounded menu also includes sandwiches, appetizers, 20+ beers on tap, and a full bar.
Open for Business, which airs on MyArlingtonTV, highlights shops and restaurants that are open for business during the two-year Abram Street Revitalization Project. The show is part of ongoing efforts between the City and the Downtown Arlington Management Corporation to work closely together to support Downtown businesses, communicate lane closures, construction milestones and other important information during construction.
Previous episodes of Downtown Arlington: Open for Business featured J.R. Bentley’s, J. Gilligan’s Bar and Grill, Fuzzy’s Tacos, PinnStation Coworking, Jack's Chicken Shack, 817 Barbershop, Hooligan's Pub, and Truth Vinyl.
Getting Around Downtown
By March 2020, the transformation of Abram Street will be complete. In the meantime, Abram St. is open for business! Track #myAbram and visit myAbram.com for the latest information about traffic routing, temporary parking and construction milestones. Download Waze for free and see real-time traffic, find optimal routes and avoid road closures, or leave your car at home and hail Via Arlington ride share for only $3.
About Downtown Arlington
Designated by the State of Texas as the Arlington Cultural District, Downtown Arlington blends a unique mix of activities, sights, tastes and sounds that attract visitors and locals alike. Within its less than a two-mile radius, Downtown is home to a top tier public research university, prolific fine and performing artists and arts institutions, live entertainment, exciting NCAA and professional athletics, one-of-a-kind dining and retail, and a supportive business climate.