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Taverna Rossa's Second Location Is Opening in Southlake's Park Village

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Craft beer and pizza is coming to the new Park Village Shopping Center in Southlake. Taverna Rossa, a project from the pizza-centric restaurant group that owns Cadillac Pizza Pub and Palio's Pizza Cafe, will open in April, according to a press release. This will be Taverna's second location, with the original located at Lakeside Market in Plano.

Taverna's specialties are "rustic thin-crust pizzas baked in a stone-fired oven and Texas-influenced Italian dishes," according to the release, and the 4,200-square-foot restaurant will also have 30 craft beers on tap. That's not the only thing on tap — there will be four wine taps behind the bar as well, according to the release. Who doesn't love a freshly pulled Pinot Gris?

The space will also include a 1,500-square-foot patio, an indoor live music stage and a menu featuring local ingredients like Italian sausage from Luscher's Red Hots. This is unsurprising, of course, since Brian Luscher helped craft Taverna Rossa's menu when it first opened in Plano.

Taverna Rossa, 1151 Southlake Blvd., Southlake, tavernarossa.com 

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