Fort Worth’s Newest Pizza Restaurant is All About Options — Delucca’s Food Theater Hits Cowtown

A The brand new pizza experience has arrived in Fort Worth. The city gets its first taste of Delucca Gaucho pizza and wine. The new pizzeria opened on Wednesday in the former Italian area of ​​Milan at 3010 South Hulen Street.

Delucca already has restaurants in Dallas, Plano, and Southlake – and is now bringing its unique style to Fort Worth.

At Fort Worth’s newest neighborhood pizzeria, you don’t have to grab a buffet or order those frustrating half and half pizzas so everyone at the table can enjoy their favorite slices.

This all-you-can-eat concept is brought directly to your table – similar to a Brazilian steakhouse. The fixed price tasting menu at the Delucca Gaucho Pizza and Wine allows you to try more than 20 types of fresh pizza from the oven.

Kobe meatballs in a delicious San Marzano sauce.

Guests are greeted with lobster bisque brandy to slurp and homemade Kobe meatballs in a delicious San Marzano sauce topped with fluffy, freshly grated Parmesan cheese. A divisible platter of fresh arugula and arugula salad clad in lemon honey vinaigrette comes along with roasted garlic.

Then the real theater begins. The pizza server roam past your table with an interesting selection of handcrafted pizzas straight from the wood-burning ovens.

Delucca serves up some more traditional pizzas, including a sopressata salami with hot honey, a classic margarita with fresh basil, four cheeses and truffles, and premium hot peppers and fresh tomato sauce. Of course, there are also more interesting pizza combinations such as hot buffalo chicken with gorgonzola, chicken tikka masala, Mexican elote with crema fresca or Turkish lamb with sumac onions.

Try as many as you want or repeat your favorite slices. But save space for dessert. Delucca serves an equally impressive selection of sweet pizzas, from banana flambé and dulce de leche with roasted coconut to a dazzling roasted pear, gorgonzola, and honey. I guess you won’t go hungry.

Delucca offers pizza with Nutella and pear gorgonzola for dessert.

Delucca’s unique system is priced at $ 21.95 for adults and is cheaper for younger guests by age group. In Delucca there is a fully stocked bar with draft beers and wines by the glass or in the bottle as well as some interesting cocktails like the house specialty caipirinha. This pizzeria even serves up some juicy dessert martinis.

The lunch and brunch service will start shortly. Dinner reservations are recommended. Nestled in the Tanglewood neighborhood, with TCU nearby, this is a brand new way to experience pizza in Fort Worth.

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