Traveling the world isn't exactly an option right now, but lucky for those in Dallas, an authentic Italian market just opened up and it will make you feel like you're in Italy.
Eataly, which is located in Dallas' famed NorthPark Center, finally opened its doors to the public on December 9 and is already bringing in Dallasites to try the incredible selection of cafes and markets.
The massive shop features multiple in-house restaurants, cafes, meat markets and a ridiculous wine selection.
You'll finally have the chance to grab some super authentic Italian pizza and attempt to pair it with a wine of your choice before you even hit the shopping floor.
The wine section, known as the "Eataly Vino," features hundreds and hundreds of different wines all coming from over 20 different regions of Italy, which means you'll spend hours on end just trying to find the perfect one to pair with your homemade pasta.
The market has already attracted big names in Dallas, including Miss Dallas herself, Averie Bishop.
Keeping up with the season, the market is even offering super festive holiday bundles filled with wines, olive oils and even noodles and pasta sauce that make for the perfect Christmas gift.
Address: 8687 N. Central Expy., Suite 2172, Dallas, TX
Why You Need To Go: This authentic Italian market will transport you to another country as soon as you walk through the door. The vast variety of restaurants and cafes make this much more than a grocery store, it makes it an experience unlike any other.
Canales told KVUE News that he believes the state is behind on technology, and it's time to start taking steps in order to "prepare for the future."
If the bill is approved, the Texas Department of Public Safety would be required to start the pilot program no later than February 1, 2022.
Texas would not be the first state to dive into the world of digital identification, as Colorado currently offers an app to its residents that allows them to create an electronic version of their driver's license or state-issued ID card.
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Tickets are on sale now but they are selling out fast, as June is already almost completely sold out.
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