Dining at the Italian Club of Dallas

by Steven Doyle

For just over 30 years the Italian Club of Dallas  has celebrated the spirit and traditions of Italy.  Located in Addison at 14865 Inwood Road , the Italian Club is not necessarily exclusive to its members. There are several exciting nights where they open their doors to the public for dinner, and lunch is always available to anyone.

The Italian Club benefits several local charitable organizations and itself is a not-for-profit. You might enjoy the Bocce Ball tournament that benefit’s the Special Olympics held in September. They also partnership with the USO and volunteer for the Children’s Craniofacial Association.   

Classes are held weekly for children teaching them traditional dance and Italian language.

The daily lunches include a four course offering of soup, salad, pasta and an entree for only $14. They also host a pizza and pasta night each Wednesday that is open to the public, where you can have a choice of a antipasti and pizza or pasta dish for $10 ($8 for members).

Friday nights are pretty special and also open to the public. Check their website for prices, as they change each week depending on the courses, but every third Friday it is always $20 for guests. The fourth Friday of each month live musicians are brought in for entertainment.

Italian Club of Dallas
14865 Inwood Road  Addison, 
 (972) 931-9167

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