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Celebrate Summer With Your Pie Frisco's Peach Prosciutto Pie

Photos by Delia Jo Ramsey

Your Pie opened in Frisco nearly a year ago, and besides the build your own, quick concept and friendly service, we love that they feature rotating seasonal pies. Your Pie's current craft series pizza, the Peach Prosciutto Pie, is a perfectly refreshing slice of summer. Drizzled with a balsamic glaze, the flavors make a beautiful combination that pairs perfectly with a crisp glass of Pinot Grigio. The dough at Your Pie is hand tossed and cooked in a gas-fired brick oven. The pizzas cook in only 4 minutes, and they are brought out hot and fresh to your table. You can choose one of their pre-designed recipes, or build your very own creation.


The original Your Pie opened in Athens, Georgia, in 2009, but the inspiration for the concept began in 2006 when now-founder Drew French was visiting his wife's family while honeymooning on the island of Ischia, in the gulf of Naples, Italy. They wanted to create a concept like you'd find in Italy, with quality ingredients, hand-tossed dough, and a feeling of family in their restaurant. They're now expanding Your Pie nationwide and the Frisco location was the second store to open in Texas. Your Pie The Frisco franchise owners are local to Frisco and are neighbors with corporate backgrounds, who enjoy the customer interaction in owning a restaurant in their city. Expect more locations to come soon.



5110 Eldorado Pkwy #130
 Frisco, TX 75033


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