Local pastry chef to head up new Bishop Arts District restaurant

We hear that the pastry chef from Deep Ellum restaurant Local, Aliza Shier, is the newest to helm an eatery in the Bishop Arts District.

The former Vitto Italian closed in May, and 13 partners are starting up a new restaurant in the space. Among them are Eno’s owner Matt Spillers and Oak Cliff community organizers Jason Roberts and Amy Cowan.

The new restaurant will be open six days a week for breakfast, lunch and dinner. And it will focus on the locavore ideals: food that is grown locally when available, organic when possible and fresh all the time.

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