The Sicilian Butcher, which offers craft meatballs and a five-foot charcuterie board, is planning to open a location in Fort Worth. The Fort Worth spot could become the first for The Sicilian Butcher in Texas.
The Italian restaurant is expected to open at 3240 Tracewood Way, Ste. 120 at Alliance Town Center, according to a recent state project filing. Construction on the nearly 6,400-square-foot space is expected to wrap up in early 2024, but there is no official word on when the restaurant will begin serving diners.
The menu is extensive with creations from Executive Chef Joey Maggiore, who is also the name behind Hash Kitchen, which is planning what looks to be its first Texas spot in Fort Worth. The two concepts from The Maggiore Group have partnered with private equity firm Savory Fund to help with growth.
The Sicilian Butcher was founded in 2017 and has several locations in operation in Arizona. The restaurant offers Sicilian-style Bruschetta boards, charcuterie boards, Pizza Alla Palla—traditional Roman-style pizza, and various pasta dishes. Focaccia Paninis, a variety of flavorful craft meatballs, and salads are also on the menu. Diners can also enjoy craft cocktails, beer, and wine.