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4537 Cole Ave, Dallas, TX | Directions 7520532.823009 -96.789241
Mon-Fri 11am-2pm, 6pm-10pm
Neighborhoods: Oak Lawn
Best wine list, best variety of appetizers and main menu at a fair price, always need reservations. – Professionally accomodating, to making what's not on the menu, but creating the dish you want, to ordering a bottle not in stock, blends with a touch and taste of NY in Dallas, and Adelmo always remembers who you are.
Great all around! – We have been going to Adelmo's for years. It's interesting to see restaurants in Dallas come and go, and yet, Adelmo's continues on doing what it does best. Good food, excellent moderately priced wines and a relaxed atmosphere. The duck ravioli, veal osso bucco and buffalo specials can't be beat.
I Love Adelmo's – Adelmo's is one of the most versatile restaurants in the Knox-Henderson
food district. Having been a customer for years we call Adelmo's Mother's
Kitchen. We can spontaneously decide to go and not dress for dinner
and still have a fabulous meal and magnificent bottle of wine. When
we want to do a corporate dinner Adelmo will create a wine tasting and
menu to match. He can do anyithing. With advance notice he can make
some of the best dishes for special occasions. I know; my husband had
his big birthday dinner there. Finish with cappacino and lovely Biscotti,
or fabulos creme brulee. You will be tempted to return often.
Mrs. Astrid Merriman
Old Italian Flair – I've had dinner here many times. Love it. It's in the Knox/Henderson area (west side of 75). It's a little two story place that looks like a tiny house. Food is excellent! Looking for private, non-chain, old-fashioned Italian "grotto" feel--this is the place. Staff have always been helpful and fun, if you want. When going upstairs (they open if busy) or to restrooms, you'll notice every available space is filled with foodstuffs, linen, wine, etc. Not pretty, but charming. Opens at 6pm for dinner. I come here for the food. Order the chef's specials. And, yes, Adelmo runs-the-place.
One of the city's most romantic eateries delivers confident fare, respectful service and an intimate, beautiful setting. – The Scene
Soft-pink walls, porcelain plates, candlelight, fresh flowers and white tablecloths give this cozy bi-level restaurant a Victorian atmosphere. Downstairs feels more formal, with soothing, warm lighting. The patrician upstairs room has seen more than one marriage proposal.
Adelmo's starters excel. Fresh mozzarella and tomatoes burst in the mouth, thanks to a bouquet of slivered basil, garlic and aged balsamico. A wonderful gnocchi piemontesi is dressed in a creamy, outstanding Gorgonzola sauce. For entrees, the veal osso buco doesn't even need a knife. A red-wine reduction caresses the meat and comes with crisp, roasted potato medallions. Strawberry slices bathed in cream and white-chocolate Godiva liqueur make for an incredible dessert. The cappuccino ice cream cake, with a beautifully dark chocolate crust topping and a cold, rich interior is another winner.
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