Strategic social media stalking has led to perhaps the most celebratory news for all pizza purists west of Interstate 35E: Il Cane Rosso is coming to Fort Worth.
Dallas' own Pizza Heisenberg, Jay Jerrier, dropped the not-so-subtle hint via the Cane Rosso Facebook page earlier today, setting off a torrent of "OMGs" and digital pants-wetting from some of their more than 8,000 fans.
Moving into the former Ryan's Fine Grocery space at 815 W. Magnolia Ave., the location will open up as soon as renovations are done, Italian ovens are delivered and (hopefully) more bright red pigs are installed.
Drawing on the wild success of the Deep Ellum location, still throbbing with hungry patrons almost three years after opening, as well as Cane Rosso's regular appearances at Times Ten Cellars and Swiss Pastry Shop, a permanent westward expansion of Jerrier's pizza empire is just plain logical.
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