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Guy Fieri Will Showcase Dallas Pizzeria Cane Rosso on ‘Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives’ Spinoff

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Watch Cane Rosso on ‘Triple D Nation’

Flame shirted chef Guy Fieri will, once again, showcase Dallas pizzeria Cane Rosso on his show Triple D Nation. According to the Dallas Morning News, an upcoming episode that’s set to air on February 28 will showcase Cane Rosso’s pizzas and pastas more than eight years after the Deep Ellum pizzeria originally appeared on Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives in 2012. Fans of these beloved Neapolitan style pies can tune in on Friday at 8 p.m. to watch.

Shi-shi seafood spot Water Grill shutters abruptly

After about three years of serving extravagantly priced (and presented) seafood dishes, California-based chain Water Grill has closed its only Dallas location. Per a statement provided by the restaurant, its last day of service was Monday, February 17, and all unused food was donated to the People’s Baptist Church. “The decision to close was not an easy one to make, as we’ve loved serving the Dallas community over the past three years,” the company said in a statement. “We hope to see you at one of our California or Las Vegas Water Grill locations on your next visit.”

Chino Chinatown departs Trinity Groves

Trinity Groves Asian fusion spot Chino Chinatown has officially called it quits. According to CultureMap, the restaurant was “closed for maintenance,” which a spokesperson says will mean a revamp to the space and a brand new restaurant. A new Chinese eatery complete with hand-pulled noodles and dumplings will take over the space this spring, but no word yet on who will lead the kitchen.