The five-year-old Coal Vines Pizza, Pasta and Wine Bistro, created by Dallas restaurateur Joe Palladino and restaurant impresario Phil Romano, has begun licensing. The first licensed unit of the coal-fired pizza concept opened in February in Kansas City, Mo., and a Dallas-based licensee group said it plans to open its first unit in Plano, Texas, later this spring. Palladino and Romano, partners in the fine-dining steakhouse Nick & Sam’s in Dallas, debuted Coal Vines in Dallas in ...
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