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Peek Inside Cane Rosso’s Second Houston Outpost, Now Slinging Pies In Montrose

The Dallas-based pizza chain’s Houston takeover continues.

A regal new home for Cane Rosso.
Jeff Amador

After a long wait and plenty of construction woes, Cane Rosso’s second Houston outpost has officially opened its doors in Montrose.

The restaurant quietly kicked open the doors at 4306 Yoakum Boulevard on Friday afternoon for a “very soft” opening. Staff was still arranging boxes and cleaning up the space ahead of Cane Rosso’s 5 p.m. opening, which went off largely without a hitch.

The massive Montrose location features, of course, a brand new pizza oven shipped straight from Italy. A massive patio is the perfect addition to the neighborhood, and will likely become your new favorite spot for an afternoon al fresco. Inside the restaurant you’ll find plenty of seating and a bar with an excellent view of the oven.

After this weekend’s soft opening, Cane Rosso Montrose is officially open for lunch & dinner as of today. The full hours will hit later this week, but you’ll be able to stop by and scope out Montrose’s hottest new pizza spot from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. tonight.

In the meantime, step inside the brand spanking new Cane Rosso courtesy of Eater photographer Katy Norris and Cane Rosso’s own Jeff Amador.

Katy Norris
Jeff Amador
Katy Norris
Katy Norris
Katy Norris

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