New restaurant serving pizza and martinis in the Dallas-Harewood area

The festively named restaurant that serves pizza and martinis comes to the busy and ever-thriving district of Harwood: little failureIt is the latest concept from Harwood Hospitality Group, and will open at 2828 N. Harwood St. , In the fall.

According to a release, Poco will offer “upscale” Brooklyn-inspired pizza as well as a strong martini program.

Food and drink
The Pizza It consists of large foldable slices but with a crunchy outer shell; Loves brittle Dallas. The signature pies include:

  • Quattro formaggi – mozzarella, ricotta, parmesan, roasted garlic, oregano
  • Texas – Premium Quality Beef Brisket, Homemade BBQ Sauce, Cheddar Cheese, Pickled Red Onion, Ranch Cotta.
  • Grandma’s Margherita – Focaccia style with tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese and basil
  • Bacon and eggs – smoked mozzarella, bacon jam, grilled tomatoes, cracked eggs, arugula

appetizers It will have an Italian feel with a touch like calamari, garlic knot, and beef tartare.

Appetizer It will include classics like chicken parm and a variety of sandwiches like Italian Panino.

Cocktails Their unique versions will be classics like Vesper, Sidecar, Espresso Martini, and The Cosmopolitan.

There will also be a Build-Your-Own Martini where patrons can customize their drink with a variety of vodka, gin, vermouth and olive options to try.

atmosphere
The restaurant will feature 3,332 square feet of space and seat 68 indoors and 86 on the patio. It is located in the area’s quaint La Rue Perdue, near Harwood Arms and Elephant East.

The restaurant will also have a walk-in window for takeaway orders with a slice-style pizza menu.

Harwood interior design studio director Melinda Clark has something to say about the décor, describing the interiors as “a struggle of relaxed sophistication with bustling elegance that continues on the covered patio.” Wow, she makes a good quote.

“Just like a martini, you’ll notice something new with every sip and every visit—especially if you look at the familiar illustration,” Clark says. “The unique structure perfectly connects all the experiences in the Harwood area.”

Poco Fiasco will be open this fall for lunch and dinner seven days a week.

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