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    News Bites: Italian Restaurant Replaces Flora Street Cafe and El Centro Freshman Dubbed World Food Champion
    ROSIN SAEZ

    News Bites: Italian Restaurant Replaces Flora Street Cafe and El Centro Freshman Dubbed World Food Champion

    Welcome to SideDish’s weekly dispatch of need-to-know News Bites, from quiet closures to opening updates and everything in between.

    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.

    Bartenders Shout Out The Most Undervalued Bourbons On The Market
    CHRISTOPHER OSBURN

    Bartenders Shout Out The Most Undervalued Bourbons On The Market

    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.

    The Dallas Dish — Sweetgreen Hits West Village, a Swanky Miami Spot Debuts Downtown, and Wagyu Heaven Has Arrived
    Megan Ziots

    The Dallas Dish — Sweetgreen Hits West Village, a Swanky Miami Spot Debuts Downtown, and Wagyu Heaven Has Arrived

    It’s been a crazy two years since Bon Appétit named Dallas the 2019 Restaurant City of the Year. But even through a pandemic, our city’s dining scene has persevered. With the overwhelming amount of recent openings (particularly in Deep Ellum, Bishop Arts, and downtown), it’s easy to forget that many in the industry are still struggling, but Texas restaurants have been innovating to provide the comfort food — and cocktails — we need. Now, it’s time to look forward to the Dallas restaurant news ahead.

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