Where in Texarkana can you get great pizza, wings, and fantastic beer and wine, with a colorful funky retro vibe?

Lost Pizza Co. that's where! Texarkana's hippest new pizza joint is now open at 4206 Gibson Lane in the former U.S. Pizza location. Lost Pizza Co. Texarkana is owned and operated by Jenny and Patrick Wilder and they are super excited that this is the first location in Texas. With 24 locations Lost Pizza Co. continues to grow and expand across the U.S. serving up some of the most delicious pizza you'll ever sink your teeth into.

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You know there is something unique at Lost Pizza Co. the moment you walk through the front doors and you're greeted by the Blues Brothers.

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What are you hungry for?

Lost Pizza has an awesome variety of food to choose from. Let's start with their made-from-scratch pizza with only the freshest ingredients. Right off the bat, I knew what I was going to order, The Kujo, a meat lover's dream, loaded with bacon, hickory ham, pepperoni, Italian sausage, ground beef, onions, green peppers, black olives, and mushrooms. Throw a little of their signature hot sauce on it. WOW! It was mind-blowing.

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Wings

Lost Pizza Co. also has other great food as well like tasty wings tossed with 5 different sauces to pick from. Madison the bartender tells me the Teriyaki wings are the bomb!

Subs

They also have a variety of delicious sub sandwiches to choose from like the Delta Melt, and MeeMaw 2.0 just to name a few but my personal favorite is Mr. G.

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I'm flattered they named a sandwich after my last name Garcia. Just kidding! Of course, my newfound friend Kevin Goodman swears it was named after him as he takes a bite.

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Mr. G comes with hickory smoked ham, pepperoni, turkey breast, lettuce, tomatoes, house dressing, olive salad, and provolone. If you prefer you can custom-build your own pizza served small, medium, and large.

Pasta

You're gonna love their spaghetti and meatballs over angel hair pasta. They also have chicken spaghetti, chicken alfredo, and baked cheese spaghetti.

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Make sure you try their incredible salads too and appetizers like bbq nachos, queso dip, and Yes, they even have Mississippi Delta Hot Tamales made only for Lost Pizza Co. You gotta try them!

Desserts

The desserts at Lost Pizza Co. are to die for, Strawberry Fields Dessert Pizza, Chocolate Cheesecake, and Pineapple Express. Your tastebuds will thank you for it.

The Bar

Come watch your favorite sporting events at Lost Pizza Co. where it's always game time with a variety of domestic, and imported beer, or beer on-tap plus wine.

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Outdoor Dining

You can also dine, drink, and watch the big game on their outdoor patio.

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Load up the family now and head to Lost Pizza Co. 4206 Gibson Lane for a very cool unique experience in Texarkana because there are so many cool things to look at while you are waiting on your pizza. It's almost like a mini-museum.

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Open daily from 11 AM to 9 PM. Give them a call at 903-716-9568 or visit their website here.

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