Adelmo’s Celebrating 25 Years

by Steven Doyle

Tucked neat and tidy on Cole Avenue 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 25 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 discover a new chef’s menu hand-scrawled outside the front door listing off the day’s specials drawn from fresh ingredients just delivered. There are several choices for dessert included, and we recommend the warm bread pudding with a brandy caramel sauce.

 

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Enjoy complimentary Prosecco in celebration of Adelmo’s 25th anniversary. The tiny restaurant is located just off the construction site for Trader Joes at Knox and Cole.

Adelmo’s
4537 Cole Avenue Dallas
(214) 559-0325
 

3 Comments

Filed under chefs, Dallas, Italian, Steven Doyle, Wine

3 responses to “Adelmo’s Celebrating 25 Years

  1. Kelley

    I never heard of the place, simply must try it now.

  2. Tim Thompson

    I’ve had many a date night at Adelmo’s and I’ll tell ya there is no better atmosphere or food that can hold a candle to them. When you walk thru the door you are immediately transported to a time and place that was once upon a time.
    I highly recommend Adelmos!

  3. L

    I was proposed to at Adelmo’s. Marriage didn’t work out, but I doubt it had anything to do with the gnocchi w/gorgonzola cream.

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