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Cane Rosso’s Montrose Pizzeria Will Shutter This Weekend

The Dallas-based pizza chain’s Neapolitan-style pies will live on in the Heights

Jeff Amador

This will be the last weekend for slices of Cane Rosso’s Neapolitan-style pizza in Montrose. The Dallas-based chain just announced on social media this morning that its second location in Houston will close before the end of 2018.

“It is with great sadness that we have to announce that Cane Rosso’s last day of service in Montrose will be this Sunday, Dec. 30th,” the post reads. “Looking ahead to the new year, unfortunately, we have had to make the difficult decision to close this location for good and are currently working on handing over the space to another group that will hopefully bring Montrose a new and exciting restaurant that will be embraced by all.”

Luckily for fans of these pies, Cane Rosso’s Heights location will live on. “The good news is that our Heights location is not going anywhere, and we are making our best efforts to get as many employees transferred to other Cane Rosso locations as possible,” the restaurant said in a statement.

Cane Rosso’s Montrose location opened in 2016 with a pizza oven shipped in straight from Italy and a massive dining room with patio. After Sunday, all energy in Houston will be redirected to its original location. “We’re going all in at The Heights and will make sure that everything is up to snuff. Appreciate the support,” the social media team wrote in Instagram comments to fans saddened by the closure.

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