Italian-American restaurant cooks meatballs for Plano residents
Plano residents will soon have pizza and meatballs galore with the opening of Sferecoa new Italian-American Sfereco restaurant opening at 1941 Preston Rd. #1004 at the intersection of Park Boulevard, in a space that previously housed a Palio Pizza Cafe, which closed in 2021. According to a statement , the restaurant will open in mid-September.
This will be Sfereco’s fourth location after downtown Dallas, Lewisville and the River Walk at 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.
Refined Hospitality Concepts CEO Robert Hall said in a statement that they’ve had Plano on their roster for some time and are especially pleased to be at such a privileged intersection.
The location is 3,200 square feet and will feature a Spaghetti West-themed interior, with private event space and a patio that can accommodate 50 people.
Sfereco offers quick service meals in a refined yet relaxed atmosphere.
A full-service bar will offer guests a selection of beers, wines and craft cocktails, including a menu of Italian-inspired specialty libations and signature house ice cream.
The menu focuses on the meatball in a variety of styles, with a build-your-own approach that lets you tailor the pizzas and meatball dishes to your liking. The menu also has vegan and gluten-free options, including an impossible meatball and a cauliflower-crusted option for the pizzas.
The restaurant offers weekly budget-friendly, family-friendly entrees sure to please Plano diners, including a Sunday deal where kids under 12 eat free with the purchase of an adult entree; and Meatball Mondays, on-site only, with traditional meatballs for $1.