Socca Mediterranean Café to Open at the Dallas Museum of Art

The fast-casual restaurant will offer crêpes, share plates, and cured meats.

Photo provided by Socca Mediterranean Café.
Photo provided by Socca Mediterranean Café.

Socca Mediterranean Café will open at the Dallas Museum of Art on June 7. Sharon Hage worked with the museum to develop the concept and menu for the new outdoor food pavilion that specializes in socca, savory chickpea crêpes.

According to the release:

“The DMA restaurant Socca will feature the classic crêpe made from finely ground chickpea flour and prepared in an imported Italian oven with Texas extra virgin olive oil and a bit of black pepper. The crêpe will be topped with contemporary, Mediterranean-inspired ingredients, from the savory—burrata, prosciutto, roast chicken and artichoke salad—to the sweet—house-ground almond butter with bananas and local honey. In addition to this quick and healthy lunch or afternoon snack, Socca will offer shareable platters of artisan cured meats and local cheese, and a signature hummus with marinated olives and crisp veggies. Additional bites, inspired by the Mediterranean, are also available. Beverages include homemade seasonal fruit limeade and a selection of wines and local beers served on tap. Socca will be open during regular Museum hours.”

Socca Mediterranean Café is located in the Museum’s Eagle Family Plaza just outside the atrium entrance.

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