Italian-American restaurant Sfereco will be opening a branch in Plano and the target opening is mid-September according to a CultureMap Dallas article. They say,
“The people of Plano will soon get pizza and meatballs galore with the opening of Sfereco, a new Italian-American restaurant opening at 1941 Preston Rd. #1004, at the intersection of Park Boulevard, in a space previously home to a Palio Pizza Cafe, which closed in 2021. According to a release, the restaurant will open in mid-September.
This will be Sfereco’s fourth location after downtown Dallas, Lewisville, and the River Walk in Flower Mound. Sfereco is part of the Refined Hospitality Concepts (RHC) family, which also includes restaurants such as Primo’s MX Kitchen & Lounge, Scout, and Overeasy.”
Customers at Sfereco can customize their orders to their liking with the way the menu is presented, and there are also specials offered weekly according to a Plano Magazine article. They say,
“The menu encourages diners to customize all of their meals. Popular items include multiple styles of meatballs and customized pizzas. There are also vegan and gluten-free options, including an “Impossible Meatball” and a cauliflower-crust option for pizzas.
Sfereco offers weekly specials as well. Kids under 12 eat free on Sundays with the purchase of an adult entrée. Game Day specials are available during the streaming of major league games and include deals such as a 16-inch specialty pizza and 12 wings for $26.99.”
The 3200-square-foot restaurant will have a patio that can accommodate 50 diners and a private event space. The theme of the interior will be Spaghetti Western.