For over 30 years Adelmo Banchetti has been filling the hearts and bellies of Dallasites at his iconic Knox area restaurant Adelmo’s, now located to Inwood Village. The man remains a stalwart in the industry whose name is instantly recognizable for great food, greater portions with an easy going price tag that has guests returning again and again.
Adelmo was born to serve in the restaurant industry beginning at 16 years old when he moved from Florence, Italy to Brussels to bus tables for a decade, moving to work cruise ships and eventually settling at Cornell University for formal training. Moving to Dallas proved his greatest effort working at restaurant luminaries such as Villa Buggati, the Pyramid Room at the Fairmont, the illustrious Beau Nash, and the Mansion on Turtle Creek before opening his eponymous Adelmo’s in 1989. Continue reading →
Monarch, the highly anticipated wood-fired, modern Italian restaurant led by two-time Michelin-starred Chef Danny Grant opens tomorrow, March 10. Located at the top of The National and alongside the new Thompson Dallas at 1401 Elm St, Dallas, TX 75202, reservations for Monarch can be made at monarchrestaurants.com.
Monarch welcomes guests to a spectacular setting on the 49th floor with soaring 360-degree views of the city. The main dining areas feature more than 280 seats, and the Monarch private dining spaces accommodate various size gatherings from 12-120 people for all types of celebrations.
Monarch, the highly anticipated wood-fired modern Italian restaurant led by two-time Michelin-starred Chef Danny Grant is slated to open on Wednesday, March 10th. Located at the top of The National and alongside the new Thompson Dallas at 1401 Elm St, Dallas, TX 75202, reservations for Monarch are now open and can be made at monarchrestaurants.com.
“I am incredibly proud of our talented team. They have brought their best design and creativity in making Monarch a reality,” said Chef Danny Grant. “We are now focused on polishing the smallest details and refining our steps of service to open our doors in less than four weeks and show Dallas what we love to do most.”
Eataly, the authentic Italian marketplace, announced today it will open its first Texas location in Dallas on December 9, 2020, at 12 p.m. Dallas will be the Italy-based company’s seventh U.S. location and forty-first location worldwide. The 46,000 square foot Italian food emporium is located in the NorthPark Center and will consist of 10,000 local and Italian products, three restaurants, and one cooking school (which will be virtual to start) all inspired by the diversity of Italy’s regional cuisines.
Dallas’ is certainly not short on restaurants, especially ones that specialize in Italian fare. But very few specialize in family-style dining. At Saint Rocco’s, parties of four or more are encouraged to order from Saint Rocco’s family menu and sample the best of what the New York-style Italian restaurant has to offer. Continue reading →
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 →