More local celebrity cheffing fun at Cane Rosso in Deep Ellum starting March 5, 2012 and we have the line up. Matt McCallister from CampO is up first on March 5. Then March 19th David Uygur from Lucia, and on March 26th Jon Alexis from TJs Fresh Seafood Market.
Nice line up of people and promises to be fun. Follow craveDFW for all the post game wrap ups.
I have actually met people that have not been to Cane Rosso in Deep Ellum. Some think it is too far for them to travel, others still have an odd impression about Deep Ellum. If you fall into either of these categories now is your chance to take advantage of a day time truck spotting at North Haven Gardens. Continue reading →
We have been following Cane Rosso’s Jay Jerrier since his early days when he was subletting the space at Preston-Forest. He only had his mobile oven back then and made his pizza in the parking lot a few days a week. His product has come a long way since then, and he has enjoyed the adoration of all media.
His Neapolitan pizza is about as authentic as you will get in the country and sports that feather-light crust with slight marks from the heat of the oven and superior toppings. I think it is also fair to pronounce Jerrier “The King of all Media” as he is not camera shy and spends a good amount of his day working the social aspects with FaceBook and Twitter. Continue reading →
This past weekend we checked out the new pop-up Hid In 2612 cocktail lounge in Deep Ellum hosted by Michael Martensen of Cedars Social and Brian McCullough of the soon-to-open Standard Pour in the new space that Cane Rosso’s Jay Jerrier happily donated. The proceeds will benefit the Deep Ellum Community Association.
The décor of the tiny space is fun and spirited with much of the furnishings coming from Again & Again diva Leslie Pritchard and the design gurus at KingZuluBong. Continue reading →
There is a growing movement of pizza in the DFW area and Cane Rosso is on the forefront blazing trails. Recently owner Jay Jerrier made a few changes to his restaurant, and some of them were not exactly on the menu. Less that two weeks ago Jay hired one of the most noted pizza makers in the United States named Dino Santonicola. We caught up with Dino recently to ask him a few questions.
In speaking with Dino we enjoyed his over-the-top accent and his love of pizza. Read on to see what changes he has made to Cane Rosso and what ingredients should not be on a good pizza. Continue reading →