Kristopher Colig and Kelly Boynton-Colig will open San Daniele, a modern Italian fare restaurant, at 129 S. Main St., Grapevine. The restaurant will have two levels. San Daniele's lower level will function as a full-service restaurant and bar. The menu will feature several dishes, ranging from octopus and squid salad to gnocchi with lobster knuckles. There will also be a boutique wine list as well as a selection of Italian, local craft, domestic and import beers.
San Daniele's upper level will consist of a small kitchen highlighted by a stone hearth pizza oven, a full-service bar and outdoor terrace with table service. Items offered upstairs will include Neapolitan-style thin crust pizza, panino style sandwiches, salads and appetizers like Prosciutto di San Daniele. Guests will also have the option of ordering from the full menu.
The patio bar will function as a full-service bar with beer, wine and spirits.
The owners said the restaurant is expected to open in August.
Mason & Dixie is relocating to Main Street.[/caption]
Mason & Dixie
Owner Beth Newman will be relocating Mason & Dixie from inside the Grapevine Antique Market to a larger space at 603 S. Main St.
The restaurant, which opened in November 2014, will serve lunch only. Newman said the restaurant will possibly expand to serve dinner. The menu will feature soups, salads, sandwiches, crawfish etouffee, crab grilled cheese and red beans.
Newman said 30 percent of Mason & Dixie will be retail. For more information, click here.