Delucca Gaucho Pizza & Wine will open May 20 in Fort Worth.

Delucca emphasizes the social experience in that guests have more time to socialize due to the continuous dining service, according to a company news release.

“The experience encourages guests to spend less time looking at the menu and more time tasting new and familiar flavors,” the news release states. “The appeal and significant ease of the continuous Rodizio-style pizza service and one five-course menu for $25.95 per person caught on quickly with diners.”

Rodizio-style pizza service features servers continuously bringing a variety of pizzas to each table.

“Each guest is issued a coaster to turn from green to red to signal “yes” or “pause” to pizza service,” the news release states.

Specialty pizzas include Turkish lamb, honey sopressata, Mexican elote and chicken tikka masala. Traditional pizzas include margherita, cupping pepperoni and four cheese and truffle. Dessert pizzas include Nutella and dulce de leche. There are vegetarian options such as a vodka sauce and mushroom and Mexican elote pizza.

Saddle Horn Concepts’ founders Scott C. Smith and John C. Miller purchased the pizza concept from Delucca founders Chef Evandro Caregnato and Vanderleia “Dede” Mallmann, who worked at Texas de Brazil for many years.