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Cane Rosso White Rock Launches Brunch

(Photo by contributor Kimberly Stephens) 

Cane Rosso, a Dallas (and now Texas) mainstay in the Neapolitan pizza realm, recently launched a new brunch menu to be served on Saturdays and Sundays at their White Rock location.

The intriguing new brunch menu features Cane Rosso's own signature combination of their standard fresh ingredients with traditional Italian influences.

(Photo by contributor Kimberly Stephens)

“I’ve wanted to re-launch brunch for a long time. It was one of my most beloved menus we ever put together," offers Cane Rosso Founder, Jay Jerrier. “We are bringing brunch back with a mashup of breakfast classics and a Cane Rosso twist to this new menu.”

Cane Rosso's talented Executive Chef and certified Master Pizzaiolo Dino Santonicola developed the new menu, which includes classic breakfast items with Italian inspiration.

(Photo by contributor Kimberly Stephens) 

I named Cane Rosso Best Pizza in Dallas for in 2012 (wow, time flies) and they're still constantly at the top of my rotation on the Dallas restaurant scene. I'm partial to the Carrollton location, but they're all consistently excellent. More importantly, the award-winning restaurant has appeared on numerous television shows and is racking up accolades by the day.

Known for their authentic wood-fired Neapolitan pies, I'll lead by telling you that yes, they do feature a beautiful breakfast pizza on the brunch menu. If you can't do pizza for breakfast, A)How did you make it through your college years? and B) there are plenty of other options for you to choose from.

(Photo by contributor Kimberly Stephens)

Other menu options by Chef Dino include "The Hylander", which is a house made savory waffle sandwiching meatballs, marinara, and mozzarella. You'll also find a Vegetable Frittata on the menu, an Italian-style omelet filled with seasonal veggies plus cheese served with a bacon marmalade biscuit because, why not? The Italian Stallion Frittata comes with cheese, sausage, hot soppressata, and prosciutto cotto, also served with bacon marmalade biscuit. I'm most excited to try the Mother Clucker, one of their bacon marmalade biscuits topped with crispy fried chicken and drizzled with (my favorite) habanero maple syrup. Or choose Biscuits & Gravy of Cane Rosso Hash. To end the affair on a sweet note, do not miss the Wafflebird: their house made sweet waffle topped with vanilla mascarpone, Nutella, cookie butter, crumbled cookies, toasted marshmallows, and powdered sugar.

(Photo by contributor Kimberly Stephens) 

Brunch drink options include their great deal of $1 mimosas, $3 Bloody Marys and micheladas, spiked sangria, iced tea, and coffee choices. Brunch hours at Cane Rosso White Rock are from 11am-3pm every Saturday and Sunday.

7328 Gaston Ave., Suite 100 
Dallas, TX.

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