They say August is like the Sunday of summer, and so it is appropriately fitting that I am diving back into my Off Magnolia blog on an August Sunday afternoon, in the heat of Texas summer. Maybe it’s the weather that keeps me indoors and thinking on my blog or perhaps the huge surge of restaurant and all kinds of openings on Magnolia, but I’m happy to be back writing again.
This particular Sunday, I’ve been reminded how truly wonderful this neighborhood is. I led the third class of my Popup Yoga: Sunday Service series in Fairmount Park, brunched at one of the new hot spots on Magnolia, and just minutes away taught paddle board yoga on Lake Worth. And, nothing celebrates Sunday better than a good brunch.
There are so many delicious brunch places on Magnolia sometimes it can seem overwhelming, so I usually end up directly across the street at Spiral where I know I can count on their pancakes, tofu scramble and smoothies for a delicious meal, but I decided to head to Cane Rosso and try their brunch offerings.
It’s a perfect place to meet some friends where you can cheers with dollar mimosas. Since I first tried their delicious pizza, I’ve always been a huge fan of this place, and gotta say, am even more so after I tried their breakfast pizza. Anytime you put an egg on anything, it’s immediately elevated, so needless to say this pizza was blow-your-mind delicious. What makes it so tasty? The Italian imported ovens certainly do the trick as the pizzas are in their for a short amount of time, but come out yummy, gooey and filled with flavor. Other brunch items included fried doughnuts and an egg panini, which I will no doubt be back for. First, I need to finish off the leftovers from today, but that shouldn’t take long.
Details: Cane Rosso Fort Worth on 815 W. Magnolia Ave. | ilcanerosso.com