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Robert Colombo, founder of Sfuzzi, debuts new Peasant Pizzeria in Dallas today


Back in the day, Sfuzzi was the place to be. Snazzy, raucous, sometimes delicious, the place was as glitzy as tv’s Dallas. One of Sfuzzi’s founders, Robert Colombo, returns to the range today with the opening of Peasant Pizzeria, a decidedly different venture with less glitz but what could be more taste appeal.

That’s because the pizza at Peasant Pizzeria may have exceptional chops:  a combination of flours and a long dough fermentation period so the crust develops some tang and mahogany color, house-made ingredients and Colombo’s passion in the kitchen.

Following previews last week, Peasant Pizza says they’ll debut with dinner today.

photos: Peasant Pizzeria facebook.

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