Zanti Cucina Italiana to open in Westgate Crossing next Spring

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Zanti Cucina Italiana will open in Spring 2019 in Westgate Crossing, located at 10000 Research Forest Drive near the border of The Woodlands, Magnolia and Conroe. The eatery will offer authentic Italian cuisine for lunch, brunch and dinner, including brick-oven pizzas and handmade pastas, in addition to signature spirits and wines. The restaurant will feature a “high-end casual atmosphere” including an outdoor patio, bar lounge area, pizza station, dining room and full-service bar, according to the restaurant’s website. http://zanticucina.com
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