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Article by Alex Gonzalez | Local Profile   An up-and-coming meatball favorite is rolling into Plano this summer. Sfereco, a self-proclaimed spaghetti western-themed restaurant, is bringing its famous meatballs to the Preston Park development at 1941 Preston Road, Suite 1004 in Plano. Sfereco Plano will be Sfereco’s fourth location. Sfereco, which is named for the

Feature by NBC 5 DFW   March 9th is National Meatball Day but at Sfereco you can celebrate meatballs each and every day. Watch feature on NBC 5 DFW here. Back to Press

Article by Sarah Blaskovich |  The Dallas Morning News   Forget about the river walk in San Antonio. Flower Mound has its own river walk now, with five new Dallas-area restaurants and bars. The project has been a 14-year slog that stalled after the first developer defaulted. It was then picked up by Mehrdad Moayedi,

Article by Mark Smith | The Cross Timbers Gazette The first eatery on the Flower Mound River Walk’s Restaurant Row opened Monday. Sfereco, a “Spaghetti Western”-themed Italian restaurant, opened at 4 p.m. Monday. This is Sfereco’s third location, and is the first of five long-awaited eateries coming to Restaurant Row at the River Walk at Central Park.

Article by Sarah Blaskovich |  The Dallas Morning News   Italian restaurant Sfereco opened in Lewisville Aug. 9. It’s the second Sfereco in North Texas, after the original in downtown Dallas. The restaurant is named for the “spheres” on the menu — brisket meatballs, pork meatballs, Impossible brand “veganballs” and the like. Customers can also order lasagna, shrimp

Article by Teresa Gubbins | CultureMap Dallas     The meatballs are headed for Lewisville with the arrival of Sfereco, the Italian-American restaurant from Refined Hospitality Concepts that made its debut at The Statler Dallas hotel in June 2020. The restaurant will be located at 233 W Church St., formerly home to Cavalli Pizza, and according to a

Article by Mark Smith | The Cross Timbers Gazette   Two new River Walk restaurants are two months or less away from opening, according to Flower Mound Mayor Derek France and River Walk developer Centurion American. France, Councilman Jim Engel and town staff had a tour and progress update meeting at Restaurant Row at the

Feature by Terrance Friday | Fox 4 KDFW   Watch feature on Fox 4 News here.   The Italian tradition meatball from Sfereco Ingredients 2lb         ground beef    1.5lb      ground brisket1 slice    white bread1/2 c       milk 1            egg  1/3 c      fresh grated parmesan1/3 c      pecorino

Article by Sarah Blaskovich | The Dallas Morning News     While most restaurants in Dallas went dark this week due to power outages, busted pipes and stranded employees, chef and CEO Robert Hall and a small staff at the Statler hotel in downtown Dallas almost never stopped cooking. His restaurants Overeasy, Scout and Sfereco were continuously open during

Article by Alex Gonzalez | Dallas Observer     The latest addition to the Statler Hotel is a fast-casual Italian joint paying tribute to the meatball. Sfereco, which means “sphere” in Esperanto, offers a selection of meatballs, pastas, pizzas and sandwiches. On the inside of Sfereco, guests will find a few tables to sit and

Article by Alanna Quillen | NBC 5 DFW   Watch feature on NBC 5 DFW here.   The pandemic has strained the economy in ways never seen before. We’ve filed many reports about small to large business struggling and even closing. Yet, there are still those brave enough to open and start a new business in the midst

Article by Teresa Gubbins | CultureMap Dallas     The latest addition to the Statler Hotel is a fast-casual Italian joint paying tribute to the meatball. Sfereco, which means “sphere” in Esperanto, offers a selection of meatballs, pastas, pizzas and sandwiches. On the inside of Sfereco, guests will find a few tables to sit and

Article by Rosin Saez | D Magazine   Hotel Do-Overs It seems that the Statler Hotel is pivoting from perhaps overly ambitious to overly safe. Fine China, where Peking-style ducks hung in the window and a rare (in Dallas) specialty tea program lived, is closed. (“Fancified” Chinese is unfortunately—pauses to curse sky—a hard sell in

Article by Megan Ziots | PaperCity Magazine.     After seven years away from the Dallas dining scene, Primo’s MX Kitchen & Lounge is back in a big way in 2020. The classic Tex-Mex restaurant just re-opened its doors on McKinney Avenue in Uptown last month, but a second location is already being planned for this summer —