At Kenny’s Italian Kitchen, red checkered table cloths and Chianti bottles adorn each table in the quaint dining room. The walls are filled with black and white photos of friends, family and regular guests. The menu showcases classic Italian-American styles, including veal, chicken and seafood prepared parmagiana, piccata and marsala.
Additional specialties include classic meatballs, sausage and peppers and spaghetti with clam sauce. The presentation of such entrees as a bone-in veal parmagiana gives diners a feeling of indulgence, even for a weekday dinner. Continue reading
For guests who visit Munich’s famed Oktoberfest, the ticket to have is in the VIP balconies of the 16 bier tents at the festival. At Addison Oktoberfest, the most authentic Oktoberfest celebration in North America, the Paulaner Partyhalle tent has a similar opportunity. Noted chef and restaurateur Richard Chamberlain will host Chamberlain’s Brau Haus, a full-service restaurant overlooking the Addison Oktoberfest dance floor.
Guests at Chamberlain’s Brau Haus will enjoy a three-course meal, with each course paired with a Paulaner bier. Continue reading
WaterTower Theatre announced on Friday, August 23 that it will round out its 2019-2020 season with a special limited-engagement, concert-style production of the inspiring 1960s musical Golden Boy. Adapted from the 1930s drama by Clifford Odets, and featuring a book by Odets and William Gibson, Golden Boy tells the story of Joe Wellington, a young black man trying to rise from the Harlem ghetto as a prizefighter. Wellington, originated on Broadway in 1964 by the iconic Sammy Davis, Jr., is enticed by the boxing world’s promise of fame and fortune, but he makes one critical mistake: falling for his manager’s white girlfriend, Lorna. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
Chef Richard Chamberlain operates two solid destination restaurants in Addison. There is his beefed up namesake Steak and Chop House, and the other is his Fish Market Grill. Both superb in their own right. Last week we had an opportunity to check out the new offerings at the latter for lunch and was completely enamored. Continue reading
Wine Spectator Award winner and Addison staple, Antonio Ristorante. is now offering a date night doesn’t need to be expensive, but should always be enjoyable. Over twenty years of making customers happy has proven that enjoying the right wines, paired with spot-on Italian cuisine and great company are the ingredients for a perfect date night. Continue reading