Dea Brings Italian Goddess Energy and Mediterranean Cuisine to Inwood Village

Sep 22, 2022 328

BY: Courtney E. Smith

After two years of work, Tracy Moore Rathbun and Lynae Fearing are preparing to open their third restaurant in Inwood Village. The restaurateurs behind Shinsei and Lovers Seafood and Market will open a coastal Mediterranean restaurant called Dea, Italian for goddess, on September 26.

General manager Anthony Valiani tells Eater Dallas the menu will have a fresh pasta program and heavy Italian influences in the dishes. But it will also feature Mediterranean seafood dishes, including scallops, halibut, and a casarecce with octopus pasta that its chef, Roman Murphy (formerly of North Italia and the chef de cuisine at Lovers Seafood), calls his favorite.

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