Tucked neat and tidy on Cole just off Knox you might spy Adelmo’s, the cute Tuscan hide-away that is perfectly romantic and sultry.
Adelmo’s has survived the many faces of the Dallas restaurant scene and is pretty much today as it was 23 years ago when Adelmo Banchetti first opened his doors. Here you will find the obligatory Chianti served up with dreamy dishes such as Osso Bucco and a variety of house-made pastas. Each day you will find a new chef’s menu hand-scrawled outside the front door listing off the day’s specials drawn from fresh ingredients just delivered.
We found the pre-curtain menu particularly interesting for those needing to make a quick in and out before a dash to the opera or a movie.This menu is available each day and must be ordered by 6:30 with the promise of having you out the door by 7pm.
The pre-curtain menu begins with a Zuppa Giornaliera , soup of the day or a house salad. From there you are offered a choice of fresh pasta dishes such as Ravioli Florentine with Pomodoro & Basilico, or a grilled salmon served with mustard wine sauce.
There are several choices for dessert included, and we recommend the warm bread pudding with a brandy caramel sauce.Adelmo’s 4537 Cole Avenue Dallas