North Italia has just rolled out their new fall/winter menu, and we thought we’d share the standouts with our readers. The spot is known for their house-made pastas and a modern approach to Italian dining. The new dishes center on seasonal ingredients such as butternut squash, fuji apple, figs, rainbow cauliflower and hazelnut, while also offering elevated versions of year-round staples.
“The new menu rollout was one of the largest we have seen since the brand began. The idea was to capture the most beautiful winter vegetables and present them in ways that are memorable for our guests,” said Executive Chef Austin Brown.
Here are five new dishes that we felt held their own against any of the best Italian dishes in the city.
Late summer means longer days best spent sipping cocktails and breaking bread, al fresco style! Whether it’s a post-work happy hour, a weekend brunch with friends, or a special sunset date night, North Italia Dallas’ lush patio makes for the prime spot to take advantage of these final days of the season.
With warmer temperatures and fresh blooms on the way, North Italia welcomes a taste of spring with four new dishes, seasonal changes to beloved menu staples and nine new cocktails on April 27. Just in time for upcoming celebrations such as Mother’s Day, Father’s Day and graduation, North Italia’s latest menu is the perfect way to toast to spring.
Downtown Dallas is quickly becoming a place where people can work, live and play, and the new additions coming to The Union are able to accommodate all of those functions. Dallas is clearly never short on good places to eat, however, with the additions of Tom Thumb, Tacolingo, The Henry and North Italia in The Union, downtown offers more ease of access to employees who want to grab dinner with colleagues after work, or residents who want to step out of their apartments to grab drinks without paying hefty Uber surge fees.Continue reading →
Fox Restaurant Concepts announced today that they are opening North Italia on June 27, 2017, in Plano, Texas. This will be their first North restaurant in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. North Italia will be located at Legacy West, just steps away from Sam Fox’s other popular restaurant, True Food Kitchen. North Italia will make its Plano debut with its signature menu featuring Italian dishes handmade from scratch daily. Continue reading →