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Cane Rosso Celebrates Five Years With $1 Pizza; Coffee & Beignets For Valentine’s Day

Plus, a Dallas fave makes its way to Frisco.

This oven's been mighty busy for the past five years.
This oven's been mighty busy for the past five years.
Cane Rosso

DEEP ELLUM – Since opening, Il Cane Rosso has dramatically changed Dallas’ pizza scene, and they’re planning a huge party next week to celebrate the more than 400,000 pies they’ve fired in the past five years. On Monday, February 15, dedicated pizza fanatics can brave the crowd for $1 margherita, marinara, and foccacia pizzas, special beer tappings from Lakewood Brewing and Community Beer Co, and birthday cake dessert pizza. The shindig kicks off at 5 p.m. [EaterWire]

FRISCO – Uber-fresh Dallas Tex-Mex institution ZuZu will bring its quesadillas and enchiladas to Frisco later this year. The restaurant first opened its doors in Snider Plaza in 1989, and has since opened up locations across Texas, including an outpost in Austin. No official opening date for the Frisco location, which will open in a new development on Lebanon Road, has been announced yet. [CultureMap]

LAKE HIGHLANDS – Indulge in a little romance before Valentine’s Day even kicks off by standing in line with your sweetheart at Haute Sweets Patisserie this Saturday for their monthly coffee & beignets service. The crowds start to gather at around 9:30 a.m., and you can stuff your face with pillowy, powdered sugar-covered beignets starting at 10 a.m. Don’t forget to treat your sweetheart to a couple of slices of candied bacon, too. [EaterWire]

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