Good and fast Italian food arrives in Dallas-Fort Worth: Michi italianwhich aims to offer pizza that is not only professional but also fast and convenient, will open its first Texas location in Frisco at 8244 FM 423 N, serving pizza, pasta, wine and beer.
According to the representative, the restaurant will open in early July.
Mici Italian was founded in Colorado in 2004 by Miceli siblings Jeff, Michael and Kim, who grew up with great Italian cuisine thanks to their father who was a great chef.
Inspired by their father’s cooking, Jeff and Michael opened a pizza delivery and takeaway shop and eventually came to the conclusion that they could launch an Italian fast food service that could achieve the same level of convenience.
They expanded to seven locations in Denver and began franchising in 2021 in Texas, Phoenix and Detroit. Frisco is owned by Carlos Smith, who has been with the Outback Steakhouse for 20 years and is also the first African American owner of the Outback Steakhouse. He has plans to open more locations around DFW.
One way Michi is successful is through a simplified cooking process using a patented dough press invented by Jeff Miceli that helps shape the dough so that it has edges around the edge but is flatter in the center, allowing any kitchen worker to cook New York. . stylish pizzas quickly and efficiently.
Their streamlined operation offers comforting, classic Italian dishes steeped in family history yet prepared quickly, with minimal wait and delivery times, thanks to a highly efficient kitchen operation.
Pizzas come in 10 or 16 inch sizes, some with red sauce, some with olive oil. These include classics such as pepperoni, margherita, cheese and Molte Carne with pepperoni, family-style sausage and hand-rolled meatballs.
Mediterranean pizza has spinach, artichokes, tomatoes, olives and garlic, while pizza has zucchini and fontina cheese.
Pies cost between $8 and $24, and any pizza can also be ordered in a calzone version.
In addition to pizza, Mici’s menu also features Italian cuisine prepared according to Father Miceli’s family recipes. The eight pastes include:
- spaghetti and meatballs
- Cortonese with penne and Tuscan meat sauce
- alfedo with pasta in the shape of a butterfly
- Rose with penne and marinara Rosalie
- creamy pesto
- tortellini alla micheli with prosciutto and peas
There are salads, including Caesar and a homemade salad with mixed greens, gorgonzola, red grapes and candied walnuts; and antipasta with deli meats, artichokes and roasted red peppers.
Old school wine, red or white, and their beer selection includes the Italian Peroni brand.
They emphasize hospitality and family focus, such as letting kids play with pizza dough while they wait for their meal, which is sure to be a winner in Frisco.