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Jimmy’s Wine Store in Dallas: Open This Sunday

Paul DiCarlo of Jimmy’s says he had received enough holiday items to warrant opening the foodie temple this Sunday. The shelves are stocked with torrone, tre Marie panetone, pan-forte, dais panetone, Sicilian cannoli shells, and stuff and such and beyond. And wine. Two great Italian (duh) wines on closeout: Placido Chianti Classico Riserva ’04 DOCG (was $17.99 now $7.99) and Placido Rosso di Montalcin0 ’05 (was $18.99 now $8.99). Back in the meat department, Prime tenderloin is $15.99 a pound (uncut and sold “as is”). Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. 4901 Bryan at Fitzhugh. 214-823-6180.

6 comments on “Jimmy’s Wine Store in Dallas: Open This Sunday

  1. I miss Jimmy’s being open EVERY Sunday!
    And no, you cannot buy wine in Dallas before 12:00 noon on Sundays.

  2. i was in the neighborhood last week, got 2 bottles of rosso, some genoa, some manchego and a hot beef sandwich no peppers.

    long live jimmy’s. whole foods and central market are great, but please support your local family owned food shops! Jimmy’s, Kuby’s, TJ’s, etc.

    We need you now more than ever.