Sfereco coming to Plano

Italian restaurant Sfereco announced plans to open its fourth outpost in Plano this summer.  It will be located at 1941 Preston Road, Suite 1004 in the Preston Park development

The concept is billed as “American-Italian Fare, Spaghetti Western Flair” on the company website.  In keeping with that theme, the owners promise a spaghetti western-themed interior and a “fun, kitschy vibe.”

Refined Hospitality Concepts, the company behind brands such as Primo’s MX Kitchen & Lounge, Overeasy, Scout, Waterproof and Bourbon and Banter, opened the first Sfereco at the Statler in downtown Dallas two years ago. They later opened restaurants in downtown Lewisville and the Flower Mound River Walk district.  Plans were also recently announced for a restaurant in the new Mercer Crossing Boardwalk in Farmers Branch.

“We’ve been so pleased with the reception Sfereco has received in the communities where we’ve opened,” CEO Robert Hall said. “Our Plano location represents an important part of this growing brand, and we look forward to opening additional Sfereco locations in North Texas.”

Meatballs are the stars on Sfereco’s menu, with six or more types regularly offered. Guests are encouraged to customize their meals and build their own pizzas and meatball dishes.  There are also vegan and gluten-free options, including an “Impossible Meatball” and a cauliflower-crust option for pizzas.  A full-service bar will include beers, wines, craft cocktails, including a menu of Italian-inspired specialty libations.

The 3,200 square-foot restaurant will also feature a private event space and a patio that can accommodate up to 50 additional diners.


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