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- Regional Italian Cuisine is Coming Soon to the Dallas Arts District
- New Italian restaurant will replace Flora Street Cafe in downtown Dallas
- Major, home-grown DFW-based residential brokerage acquired
- Bartenders Shout Out The Most Undervalued Bourbons On The Market
- These three companies will soon have new North Texas HQs
La Stella Cucina Verace, a restaurant focused on preparing regional Italian dishes, is opening soon in the downtown Dallas Arts District.
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La Stella Cucina Verace Headed for the Arts District
If you’ve strolled down Flora Street recently, you might’ve spied papered up windows announcing a forthcoming restaurant: La Stella Cucina Verace. The restaurant, helmed by chef Luigi Iannuario, promises authentic, regional Italian fare. Expect, then, imported prosciutto that’s hand sliced tableside, house-made pastas, and a dry-aged meat program. Can it really replace the house that Stephan Pyles built? Probably not in the same way. But it’s nice to have another pre- and post-event dining option in the Arts District. Dallas Morning News has a few more details here.
Bourbon is a complicated spirit. This corn-based whiskey (usually but not exclusively made in Kentucky) seems to have two distinct sides. On one side are the reasonably-priced, easy-to-find bottles. The other side is filled with allocated, over-priced, unicorns that bourbon aficionados would consider selling at least one of their kidneys to add to their collection.
La Stella Cucina Verace, an Italian-style concept from Tricolore Pride LLC, is opening in Dallas this winter.