by Andrew Chalk
Arcodoro & Pomodoro, Dallas abruptly shut its doors this week. The latest casualty of what appears to be a jinxed space in the hedge fund ghetto that is The Cresent. A&P may actually be one of the longest-lived tenants in that corner. Oddly, the strip mall of restaurants across the street has thrived, adding Morton’s The Steakhouse a short time ago following its move from downtown.
A&P’s angle was the food of Sardinia. However, that category is not nixed from the Dallas dining canvas as A&P owner Efisio Farris’s brother Francesco retains Zio Cecio on Lover’s Lane.
It will be interesting to see who the next tenant of the Crescent space will be.