Pisarro Sells Vspot Cafe

by Steven Doyle

Yesterday Dee Pisarro, owner of Vspot Café located on Henderson Avenue, sold the business to Bill Vance. Pisarro has made headway to open another Vspot in Houston and it will feature much of the same fare which consists of vegan and raw foods, along with a juice bar. In addition, the Houston version of Vspot will offer vegetarian cuisine and a coffee bar. The recipes will be all new.   

“The new location will be in Hyde Park on Montrose. The building has been there since the 40’s. It is really an untapped market since no one is doing what I did here in Dallas,” said Pisarro last evening just after the sale.

The news of this sale is just a month after Pisarro sold Bliss Raw Café & Elixer Bar.

Pisarro looks to open the Houston Vspot in November. We are still awaiting word from the new owner of the Henderson location to see what his intentions might be for the restaurant. According to Pisarro the new owner Vance is a vegan himself.

Read more about Pisarro on craveDFW.


Filed under Dallas, restaurant news, Steven Doyle, Vegan

7 responses to “Pisarro Sells Vspot Cafe

  1. Pingback: Restaurant round-up: V Spot closed, Mecca open, new concepts coming | Advocate Magazine

  2. Purelyblissedoff

    This headline should read ” Delia Pisarro Runs Out of People to Scam and Heads to Houston” . Delia is a thief, she always will be a thief. If Dee’s mouth is open she is lying. http://www.bustedmugshots.com/texas/dallas/delia-pisarro/8296212

    If you have been robbed by Dee you need to contact. Don’t become one of her victims.

    Rebecca Eaton
    Whitaker Chalk Swindle & Schwartz PLLC
    301 Commerce Street, Suite 3500
    Fort Worth, TX 76102
    (817) 878-0544 Phone
    (817) 878-0501 Fax

    • I propose a class action for all of us who have been robbed by this unscrupulous shyster!

    • Carlos Barrios

      I was recently part of a scam created by Delia Pisarro. She claimed that FedEx misplaced the football tickets which I and 7 other individuals paid for the Cowboy and Steelers game in Dec of 2012. We were scammed for over $1,250.00. I have made several attempts to try and recover my money with her just giving me the run around.

  3. Purelyblissedoff

    Dee lost these companies October 1, 2011 in a Fort Worth court. If she sold them it is fictitious.

  4. Magnificent goods from you, man. I have understand your stuff previous to and you are just too wonderful

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