Sassetta Now Open for Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner Daily in Dallas Design District

Whether on the go or looking to linger, you can now stop in for a café-style breakfast, working lunch, early afternoon cocktail, or festive night out.

The originally opened in May 2017, the European-inspired all-day café, Sassetta, is now serving up casual Italian eats for breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily in the Dallas Design District.

Owned and operated by Headington Companies, Sassetta is a seasonal modern Italian eatery featuring handcrafted pasta, wood-fired pizzas, house-cured meats, seafood, Italian cocktails, and wine.

The breakfast menu includes house-made granola and yogurt alongside toasted brioche topped with ricotta, seasonal jam and burnt honey; a chicken sausage egg sandwich on focaccia bread; and a roasted mushroom, spinach and fontina stuffed frittata.

The lunch menu features all the dinner favorites – freshly made semolina pasta and signature wood-fired pizzas – in addition to Italian sandwiches that range from chicken parmesan and caprese to tuna conserva topped with arugula, roasted bell pepper and black olive aioli.

Sassetta is located in the Design Center at the corner of Oak Lawn and Hi Line Drive (1617 Hi Line Drive) directly across from Wheelhouse and Go Go (opening soon). Open all day, every day from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday – Thursday, 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday.

On a nice day, snag a table outside on the expansive covered patio with a view of Daniel Arsham’s 18-foot “Moving Figure” sculpture. Walk-ins welcome or make a reservation at sassetta-dallas.com or 214.307.5695. Complimentary valet is available.

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