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
by Steven Doyle
Occasionally we beg the question, “What’s Eating Your Phone”? This is where we all can join in on the foodie fun by sending in your latest dining photo that has you all jazzed. These are not necessarily limited to dining out, it can be from that last dinner party. And don’t think we discriminate against libations. Send in your favorite cocktail photo, too.
To be included in a future edition of What’s Eating Your Phone, send those photos to me at email@example.com. A brief description and location would be super helpful. Here are this week’s selections: Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
Kenny Bowers is one pretty fun loving chef and he has a few really nice restaurants in the area that match his personality. Today Kenny sends word that he wants to play Santa at craveDFW and has offered up a gift from each of his family of restaurants in the Dallas area. One lucky recipient will enjoy $50 each from Kenny’s Smoke House (which opens on January 21), Kenny’s Italian Kitchen and Kenny’s Wood Fired Grill, plus $20 to Kenny’s Burger Joint. Continue reading
by Judy Chamberlain photos by Carsten Howitz
I had some wonderful homemade meatballs between two hunks of bread at Kenny’s Italian Kitchen
in Addison several weeks ago and have not been able to top them yet, although I have tried and am still trying.
I take meatballs on bread very seriously, and have been disappointed for years encountering various incarnations of frozen meatballs out of a package in lots of places that should be serving something better. Oh, and most of these places call the thing a “sub,” or a “sandwich.” Continue reading