Food & Drink

Paolo’s Kitchen in New Providence Offers Dinners On the Go…Every Day

January 8, 2014 at 11:11 PM

NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - Paolo's Kitchen, at 162 South St., New Providence, offers a large assortment of Italian dinners to go.  

Owner and chef Paolo Vieira prides himself in preparing everything from scratch, using only the freshest ingredients.  

For starters, Paolo’s Kitchen has appetizers, including bruschetta, stuffed mushrooms, mozzarella and peppers, grilled vegetables and antipasto. Entrees include penne tomato, penne vodka, lasagna, meatballs, chicken francese, piccata, sausages and peppers, tilapia and salmon, among others. Customers can round out their meal with fresh-made salads and dressings, desserts, and sides.  Kid-sized portions are also available.

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Paolo’s offers a full line of Gluten Free foods for the family.  Most of the items on the regular food to go lists are also prepared Gluten Free. 

Paolo’s is committed to providing dining choices for the whole family.  All of the dishes can be heated up and served quickly and without fuss and muss.

Paolo’s also offers full catering services.  Order platters of food for family events and celebrations, business meetings, and the Super Bowl. 

As the weather warms, look for Paolo’s Kitchen at farmer’s markets all around the state.  Paolo’s supports local farmers’ markets and attend the markets in Summit, New Providence and Berkeley Heights, among many others. You can pre-order on line at www.paoloskitchen.com

Contact Paolo's Kitchen at (908) 219-4166, 1-888-319-9555, FAX (908) 464-0094. 

Hours are Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Sunday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Email: paolo@paoloskitchen.com

 

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