Welcome to the second edition of our Dine Around series featuring Kenny’s Restaurant Group!
One of the restaurants you’ll findÂ in Addison’s Village on the Parkway is Kennyâ€™s Italian Kitchen, aÂ Southern replica of Little Italy. The restaurant serves classic Southern Italian American food modeled after the Little Italy sections of Boston and New York. The family-friendlyÂ restaurantÂ is decorated with red checkered tablecloths, a full-serivce bar and a cozy patio, all in a comfortable atmosphere. As with any Kenny’s restaurant in Dallas, you’ll see the walls covered in many photos of friends and families who have visited the establishments.
Some of the gourmet entrees you’ll see on the menu are the Italian-American styles of veal, chicken and seafood are paired withÂ Parmigiana, Picatta and Marsala. Additionally, guests can choose from wholesome sandwiches and large salads and flavorful pasta dishes. The dishes are generous, and you’ll likely have leftovers to take home!Â (See the full menu here.)
Most of theÂ meals can be prepared gluten free, vegetarian and with whole wheat upon request.
The appetizers are also not to miss. All guests are served a basket of fluffy garlic bread to dip in olive oil. Orderable appetizers that I enjoyed the most were the Bruschetta drizzled in balsamic vinegar and the classic Kenny’s Midnight Meatballs with mozzarella and red sauce. But the apps don’t end there…Fried Calamari and Rosciutto Wrapped Fried Mozzarella are excellent options too!
The vast drink menu includes an array of wine, hand-crafted cocktails (try the Bellini, Razzy Fresh or the Texas Spicy Margarita!), Grey Goose on tap at 28 degrees andÂ more.
With great service and high-quality food, it’s no wonder the team at Dallas Food Nerd is a regularÂ at Kenny’s Italian Kitchen!
Kenny’s Italian Kitchen is located at 5100 Belt Line Rd #764, Dallas, TX 75254 in theÂ Village on the Parkway,
(Disclaimer: We were provided with a complimentary meal, and all thoughts are our own.)
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