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Eatzi's Market & Bakery Opens at Preston Royal Village

Photos and article by Kimberly Stephens

New location alert! Love gourmet food and don't want to make it yourself? Read on.

Eatzi’s Market & Bakery has a shiny, brand new location in Preston Royal Village for you to visit to for all of your food desires. If you prefer not to cook most days, or, let's be honest - everyday - Eatzi’s is the ideal place to pick-up any meal of the day, including dessert or fresh baked bread.

Have a taste for a fresh salad, pasta or even sushi? Or how about a hearty meal, like meatloaf or lasagna?

Eatzi’s has it all, I'm telling you.

Walking into Eatzi’s, it's an intimate and upscale, yet casual feel, that lends a small taste of a European market.

The chef’s case you'll see when walking in features a stunning culinary array of chef-prepared pasta salads, seafood, beef, poultry, and much more. If you prefer to be creative, Eatzi’s has a build-your- own sandwhich and salad station that is impressive to say the least - with hand-carved meats and a plethora of salad toppings to choose from.

I can’t forget to mention that if you're looking for cheese heaven (and we all know Delia Jo is on board here) this is definitely the place to go.

Walking away with chef-crafted meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner that you can take
on-the go or pop in the oven and enjoy is my type of party! I grabbed the Quiche
Lorraine for breakfast, the tres leches for my sweet tooth, and the jalepeno cornbread -
because it’s just that good.

Head on over to the newest rendition of Eatzi’s at Preston Royal Village to grab some great meals for the week.

With a rotating menu through the seasons and daily specials you truly can't go wrong when shopping/dining with Eatzi's.

Eatzi’s (Preston Royal Village)
6025 Royal Ln. Ste 208
Dallas, TX 75230

*While our evening at Eatzi's was hosted, all opinions, as always remain our own. At Dining with Delia Jo we only post what we like. 

Eatzi's Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato


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