White table cloths, Terra-Cotta floors, and deep mahogany walls allow diners at Dolcino restaurant to feel like they have just stepped into a Trattoria in Tuscany. Chef/owner Ray Besi, who trained at the world famous Sparks Steak House for 10 years, has created an atmosphere which represents the finest that Italy has to offer.
Most of the ingredients on the menu at Dolcino are imported directly from the northern regions of Italy. House specials include Farfalle Dolcino - bow tie pasta with shrimp, asparagus, and sun- dried tomatoes, and Veal Tartuffate - veal scallopini with blended mushrooms and cream with a hint of wine. Both are excellent choices, and have been personally created by the Chef. The price fixed lunch ($9.99) and dinner ($19.95) menus offer a large selection of dishes to choose from. Of course, an ala carte menu and daily specials are always available to choose from.
Dolcino’s wine list is a mixed blend of labels from all over the world. With more than 70 selections from Italy, California and France, and a special list of wines for under $20, it is no wonder why this assortment of wines has been voted the top list in the neighborhood.
With accolades from magazines such as Time Out New York, Dolcino restaurant continues on its path to bring forth a lovely, tranquil dining experience, all for a reasonable price.
PRIVATE PARTIES; PRIVATE ROOM; OFF PREMISE CATERING; PRICED FIXED DINNERS; DELIVERY; HANDICAP ACCESSIBLE
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