THE LOCALE Have you ever traveled through Italy, wandered off the beaten tourist path, and found the one restaurant the locals keep secret for themselves? That’s the feeling you get when you step into Cafe Piazza Dolce, which in Italian means “sweet place to be.”
Kathy Shiels Tully , Boston GLobe 2015
Winchesters' own from scratch, to order Trattoria is the eating and meeting place locals love. Bar man Chris' hand craft cocktails, signature infusions, and particular wine selection pairs excellent with wife and owner, Chef Alessandra's interpretations of classic Neapolitan dishes and daring new ventures into the uncharted territories of food, A cozy interior reflects the hip sensibilities of the surrounding area while still paying tribute to the old country with its exposed beams and old wood mantle fireplace.
Observe passers-by in the canvas encased all season Gazebo dining room, or lay back in the street level Bar on the Main floor as you peek at the art of cooking as it occurs in the open-kitchen.
Private parking lot and street side parking makes for easy transporting friends and loved ones, private events and dinner parties welcome!
831 Main Street
Winchester, Ma 01890
Sunday*Group Dinners, Private Dinners, Special Occasions, Family Dinner Events * To book your special occasion with us email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Call or email for availability.
Fri & Sat: 11a–11p
05/13 Sunday Mothers Day 9am-9pm
05/29 Tuesday Memorial Day Weekend Closed.
09/04 Tuesday Closed for Labor Day
*Feel free to call us! Kitchen tends to close 30 minutes before closing hours.
To order Gift Cards to be mailed, please call 781-838-6092 or email email@example.com. Mailed Every Friday!
Suffolk University's Entrepreneurship Magazine featured Chef Alessandra while a sophomore at the University with the title "Persistance". The restaurant was to launch in 2008 after graduation but persistence and ambition got the best of this foodie and entrepreneur. Café Piazza Dolce was established in 2005 while Chef was only 18, and while the restaurant originally sold only espresso, gelato, and fresh baked italian specialties like lobstertails and sfogliatella, Dolce's popularity soon transformed into a cozy eatery serving New England and Neapolitan fusion fare such as Barolo Braised mint and pomegranate Lamb Shanks with local roasted pumpkin risotto and from scratch pastas, pizzas, and grilled dishes. The menu, comprised of locally inspired fare with the backbone of her home country, Chef brings together entrees from every region of Italy. This full service restaurant seating 60 and two quaint dining rooms to experience including an enchanting four season, exposed beam gazebo with old wood mantle fireplace, Cafe Piazza Dolce will surely be a memorable and enjoyable dining experience.