D'Carlo Italian Cuisine was a subterranean restaurant off of Oak Lawn Avenue, since converted to a Thai space called Si Lom. Before it was d'Carlo, the space was called Daniele Osteria, another Italian restaurant owned and operated by chef Daniele Puleo. Puleo sold out in 2011, and has been opening ... More >>
Three years after purchasing Daniele Osteria, owner Carlos Munoz's decided to make the change of ownership apparent. Readying the spaghetti at what's now D'CarloMunoz last week changed the name of the Oak Lawn restaurant, rechristening it "D'Carlo" and developing a logo to match. "Working with ... More >>
In part one of this week's Three Course Meal, we gave you a look at Daniele Puleo, executive chef at and owner of Daniele Osteria and Brix Pizza and Wine Bar. In part two, we asked Puleo to complete our thoughts for us. In today's final installment, the chef shares a recipe for one of his fa ... More >>
Daniele PuleoYesterday, we gave you the goods on Daniele Puleo, executive chef at and owner of Daniele Osteria and Brix Pizza and Wine Bar. Today, we asked Puleo to finish a few sentences for us. Tomorrow, he shares one of his yummy recipes. (Puleo's words are after the ellipses.) My frie ... More >>
Daniele PuleoChef Daniele Puleo and his fiancée are having dinner when we arrive at Daniele Osteria. When I called to let him know we're stuck in traffic, he tells me to take my time. "We'll go ahead and order," he says. I don't know who he's talking about at the time. But I am nervous to di ... More >>
Innovation out of control: tall food-foam fusion.Leslie Brenner's assessment of dining in Dallas appeared over the weekend--a comprehensive and provocative piece both casting the city in culinary shadows and under a gleaming ray of promise. You may disagree with her assignment of stars for parti ... More >>
Chef Daniele Puleo has shifted into expansion mode. The brains behind Daniele Osteria on Oak Lawn, Puleo is branching to Fort Worth on South Hulen, near TCU, with a wine bar-cum-pizza parlor. It’s called Brix and will feature genuine tossed Neapolitan pies. How genuine? The Brix kitchen will be ... More >>
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