Cane Rosso, Ft. Worth 7/22/14


For quite some time, Larry has wanted to eat at Cane Rosso in Dallas. Since Henry wanted to do this pizza road trip, now was the time to try this pizza. The location in Ft. Worth has only been open for about 4 months.

Excellent craft beer selection here. Regional and international. Pabst is considered an import? Henry drank Cusquena Malt Lager from Peru. Larry started with a Shiner Bock followed by a Buried Hatchet Stout from Southern Star Brewery in Conroe, and then Malka Blonde from Israel.

Malka Beer

This evening’s cooks are here from Italy and Guatemala.


The pizzas are cooked in a 900 degree oven for 70 seconds, rotated halfway once during the cooking time. They have a soft crust and need to be eaten with a fork. We were warned the Vera Napoletana pizza crust was soft and required a knife and fork to eat. We’ve had Vera Napoletana pizza before and some crusts stood up by themselves.


We ordered 2 pizzas:



The Zoli was a very good classic tasting pizza. You really can’t go wrong with meat and fresh mozzarella.

The Delia was one of the best pizzas we have eaten. The sweetness of the bacon marmalade made this one pop.


$82 including tip and 6 great beer is not a bad price. All in all, it was a great pizza experience. We sure wish they would open a location in San Antonio.


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