by Steven Doyle
Throughout April, Battuto Italian Kitchen will be celebrating its one year anniversary with a series of guest chef dinners featuring some of Dallas’s most notable chefs, including Scott Romano, Andre Natera, Kent Rathbun and Richard Chamberlain. Scott Romano (Frisco Gun Club) is kicking things off on April 1st with three special courses.
Diners can opt for a three-course dinner or pick and choose ala carte dishes along with items from Battuto’s regular menu. Cost of the various chef dinners will vary.
Scott Romano’s menu includes:
- Rabbit agnolotti with black garlic, peas, pecorino and mushroom puree
- Raviolo with fresh ricotta, pork belly, fava beans, roasted garlic and oregano
- Pappardelle and grilled baby octopus with broccolini, preserved lemon, and chili porchetta
Battuto has two more dinners already on the books, including a five-course tasting menu from Chef Andre Natera on April 8th and an exciting collaboration between Chefs Kent Rathbun and Richard Chamberlain on April 16th.
Battuto is always looking to push boundaries and offer new experiences to its guests, and this dinner series is the perfect vehicle to do just that. Diners are encouraged to make their reservations soon to ensure they secure a table.
Battuto Italian Kitchen is an Italian restaurant in Far North Dallas owned by radio personalities Gene and Julie Gates. Inspired by the five-star quality food and casual approach of restaurants in Tuscany, Battuto Italian Kitchen features fresh, local and seasonal ingredients.
The Gates are members of the Slow Food movement, and take pride in preparing our handmade pastas and working with local purveyors dedicated to humanely sourcing meats and seafood.
To secure a seat at Scott Romano’s dinner, call 972-930-0558 to make your reservations.