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An Endless Parade of All-You-Can-Eat Pizza Hits the Design District Next Week

Delucca Gaucho Pizza and Wine takes its service style from Brazilian churrascarias

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Delucca Gaucho Pizza and Wine, a Southlake-based restaurant known for its inventive, churrascaria-style service, will debut in the Dallas Design District next week.

A representative for the restaurant tells Eater that the restaurant will open its doors for dinner service on Monday, November 19. As Eater reported back in July, Delucca owners Evandro Caregnato and Vanderleia Mallman got the idea for the restaurant while they were working for churrascaria chain Texas de Brazil, where all-you-can-eat meats are served on giant swords.

At Delucca Gaucho, the concept is pretty much the same. For $20 per person, diners can eat pizza to their hearts content as servers bring around 20 different pies right to the table, ranging from traditional red sauce options to tikka masala pizza and an elotes-topped offering. Dessert pizza, including a Nutella-slathered sweet pie and brie-apricot, is also on the menu. As far as the booze is concerned, there will (of course) be caipirinhas and a lengthy wine list.

The restaurant will open its doors for dinner from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. on weekdays, and 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. on the weekends. Lunch service is set to follow in the coming weeks.