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Tuscan Slice brings taste of Italy, personal touch



The Evola brothers opened Tuscan Slice in Waxahachie to mimic the experience and culture of Italy.

Emily Barnes, [email protected]

When Telico resident Josh Evola decided he was ready to open his own restaurant, he knew just who to call. His brother, John Evola, already owned a successful restaurant in Grand Prairie.

The duo decided on a location in Waxahachie because that was the halfway point between Telico and Arlington, where John lived. Then Josh said, “Let’s do it different. Make it have a real warm feeling. Make people feel like they are actually in Italy.”

Thus, Tuscan Slice was born.

The brothers designed the entire restaurant themselves. They ordered a special open-fire wood stove from Italy, which deserves partial credit for the taste of their food.

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