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Vicini In Frisco Shutters After Less Than One Year

Several chef shuffles proved to be too much. When Vicini opened its doors in Frisco, locals thought they’d finally found a solid spot for authentic Italian fare in the neighborhood. Alas, the pasta & pizza love was not meant to last. CultureMap reports that Vicini has abruptly closed its doors less than a year after opening. The restaurant was a project of The Standard Pour’s Brian McCullough and former Abacus general manager Robert Hall.
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