• Best New Restaurant, Best Italian Restaurant
    D Magazine
  • Best Chefs in Dallas-Fort Worth
    Dallas Morning News
  • "Dallas sophistication at its best."
    The New York Times
  • ChefsFeed Winner
    One of the Best Things to Eat in Dallas

My Restaurants

  • Nonna
    4115 Lomo Alto Dr
    Dallas, TX

Where I Eat

From My Menu

Chef Omar Flores reviews Pasta at Nonna
$$$ | Italian
Oak Lawn
"Nonna is one of my favorite Italian restaurants in town. Get any of their house-made pastas. You won't be disappointed."
Chef Tracy Miller reviews Bomba bread at Nonna
$$$ | Italian
Oak Lawn
"Nonna is a little neighborhood place that serves authentic regional Italian. The wood-burning oven is as fancy a centerpiece as it is a vehicle to deliver the most perfect focaccia, all puffy and warm and waiting to be torn apart. Chef-owner Julian Barsotti changes the menu all the time, but, lucky for me, that bomba bread is a constant. It’s hard not to eat it all before I get my pizza, but I seem to manage."
Chef Nick Badovinus reviews White pizza at Nonna
$$$ | Italian
Oak Lawn
"This pizza is just simple and great. I don’t know what he does, and I don’t care. It’s a perfectly balanced bite with the texture and structure of the crust, sweet caramelized onions, briny cherrystone clams, and creamy cheese. Jules is the mack. This is the only world-class pizza in town."
Chef Tre Wilcox reviews Ravioli of Maine lobster at Nonna
$$$ | Italian
Oak Lawn
"This is one of my favorite pasta dishes in Dallas. Julian Barsotti makes all of his pastas in-house, and this one is so delicate, filled with tender chunks of fresh Maine lobster swimming in a light wine sauce. It should not be missed."