Well, not technically until June 4, but here's the release with details:
Dallas, Texas (May 19, 2011) - One of Dallas’s favorite eateries is opening its doors for breakfast! Diners can now enjoy traditional Italian morning offerings at the Patrizio in Highland Park Village every Saturday and Sunday from 8 a.m. to noon starting June 4.
Known for their affordable Italian family fare, the new “La Mattinata Breakfast” menu will also include moderately priced items such as Frittata Del Fattore a traditional Italian folded omelet with wild mushroom, chicken, bell pepper and mozzarella; Torta Rustica a savory puff pastry quiche with asparagus, sautéed onions, mozzarella, bacon and bell pepper salsa; Crespelle Farcite A Piacere homemade vanilla crepes with your choice of filling; and Uova Colombo a baked garlic English muffin with melted provolone cheese, pancetta and two poached eggs topped with homemade basil pesto. All breakfast items range in price from $5 to $6. A special breakfast menu for children 12 and under is also available. Each table will receive a complimentary breadbasket filled with a variety of breakfast breads and pastries.
Getting started in the morning is definitely more fun when you add a Baby Bellini or Baby Mimosa, each priced at $1.88. Coffee lovers are in for a treat with the Chilled Coffe Shakerato, Espresso, Cappuccino, Mochaccino and Macchiato.
Known as having one of the best patios in Dallas, Patrizio is the perfect place to enjoy a morning breakfast with family and friends while taking in the beautiful scenery of Highland Park Village. Guests can also enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi. Get more info here.