I should have known Corrado Palmieri would not stop at perfecting the pastries and gelato, but take the final element as well to its next logical amelioration and conclusion. In December, Palmieri, the owner of the Italian café that bears his name in the Dallas Farmers Market shed, unveiled a project he had been working on for over a year. “An expa...

On a recent afternoon, I ventured into Botolino Gelato Artiginaleon Lowest Greenville. Carlo Gattini’s shop had been open for about four months, and I’d heard good things. It was time to see—or taste, rather—what all the fuss was about. Right away, the mascarpone and fig label caught my eye. I’m a fan of cheese incorporated into sweet things, so I...

Italian is back in Uptown Dallas with the debut of Sallio Itallio, a restaurant newly opened at 3232 McKinney Ave., in the space next-door to Del Frisco's Grille most recently occupied by Patrizio. A spin-off of Sallio Bistro, the Mediterranean restaurant at Preston Road and Forest Lane, Sallio Itallio comes from Larry and Karen Williams, who own A...

Billed as Dallas’ first American-Italian restaurant and lounge in one, Pazzo Uptown is officially throwing open its doors next week. The American-Italian joint, announced last year, will open at 2680 Cedar Springs Rd. Pazzo promises a “chic” dining experience full of unique spins on classic American and Italian dishes, with a lounge (complete with...

University of Dallas alumni develop a lifelong love of Italy after their time spent there during the Rome semester. Some alumni are drawn further into Italian culture through experiences completely external to their Rome semesters. One such alumnus is Dave Atkinson, BS ’99, spring Rome ’97, who lives in Dallas and works at Children’s Health. For a...

What a GREAT night!!! Big Thanks to everyone who came to our presentation in Dallas, Texas! We had a fantastic time and we really enjoyed the post-screening discussions. It really was one of the most electrifying screenings we have had so far, thanks to the great energy of all the University of Dallas STUDENTS who came out to see Tiramisu For Two....

Dallas Opera scored a second major success of the season with a beautifully sung, opulently staged production of Verdi’s La TraviataFriday night at Winspear Opera House, with a penetrating musical performance made all the more fascinating by subtle and not-so-subtle visual amendments to the drama. Vocally, Friday night’s performance was as nearly p...

On the occasion of the exhibition Casanova: The Seduction of Europe at the Kimbell Art Museum, 36 Save Venice adventurers from all over the US and as far as the UK came together in Fort Worth and Dallas for a specially curated excursion led by art, history, and conservation experts.At the Kimbell, guests enjoyed behind-the-senes access to the Louis...

Here’s another tour that takes its fundamentals from the Frizzi 2 Fulci Project, conceived many years ago in the mind of the Maestro and finally brought to the stage, both Italian and international, in 2013. That year marked the incredible beginning of a series of events held in great venues all over the world. Now, the time has come for a new evol...

Dallas will get a taste of la dolce vita this fall thanks to esteemed chef Giuliano Matarese and business partner Brian Ellard. The duo is getting ready to unveil Mille Lire, an Italian restaurant “rooted in the tradition and authenticity of Italy with an air of modernity.” Named after the country’s former currency, Mille Lire will take shape in Th...