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Caffe Dolce

500 Brooks St, Missoula, MT 59801

Hours of Service:

Monday: 11:00am - 9:00pm

Tuesday: 11:00am - 9:00pm

Wednesday: 11:00am - 9:00pm

Thursday: 11:00am - 9:00pm

Friday: 11:00am - 10:00pm

Saturday: 11:00am - 10:00pm

Sunday: 12:00pm - 9:00pm

(Hours of Service May Vary)
Penn Cove Clams

sautéed with basil and serrano chili in white wine & served with grilled baguette

$15.00
1/2 Dozen Northwest Oysters

on the half shell with horseradish, smoked-crème fraîche & chive

$14.00
Sweetbread Bruschetta

fried sweetbreads, apples, radicchio & volpaia red wine vinegar

$14.00
Antipasti Board

chef’s choice of three cured meats & three artisan cheeses with vegetables giardiniera, marinated olives, fig jam & grilled bread

$14.00
Cured Meat Board

choice of three cured meats with vegetables giardiniera & grilled bread. ask server for the day’s selection

$12.00
Cheese Plate

daily selection of three artisan cheeses with fig jam & grilled bread

$12.00
Meze

hummus, baba ganouj, labneh with za’atar, peppers, olives & flatbread

$12.00
House-marinated Olives

$6.00
House Salad

organic greens with chevre, candied pecans, seasonal tree fruit & champagne vinaigrette

$7.50
Grilled Shrimp Salad

grilled pacific shrimp, baby turnips, radish, & preserved lemon with tarragon, chive & arbol chili oil

$14.00
Pear & Frisee Salad

with smoked blue cheese, candied walnuts & fig balsamic

$9.50
Caesar Salad

romaine, croutons, parmesan

$2.00
Minestrone

$3.50
Soup Of The Day

$3.50
Beef Shortrib Pappardelle

with parsley and pecorino romano

$16.00
Butternut Squash Ravioli

with fried sage & hazelnut brown butter

$14.00
Chitarra With Octopus & Bone Marrow

tossed with smoked san marzano tomatoes, bottarga, & breadcrumbs

$17.00
Shrimp & Serrano Tagliatelle

wild alaskan shrimp, rosemary, scallions & serrano chile

$15.00
Bucatini All’ Amatriciana

pancetta, tomatoes, chiles & pecorino romano

$14.00
Penne Marinara

classic red sauce

$9.00
Cappellini

with browned-butter & mizithra

$7.00
Grilled Wagyu Ribeye

montana wagyu cattle co. ribeye steak, with grilled apples, butternut squash & sautéed chanterelles in cream

$38.00
Grilled Pork Chop

sage marinated smith farms pork chop, with a flathead cherry mustard, roasted fingerling potatoes & wilted frisee

$22.00
Wild Alaskan Black Cod

pan seared wild alaskan black cod with polenta, grilled radicchio & a meyer lemon & chili vinaigrette

$24.00
Duck Confit & Pork Belly

confit leg of duck with a grapefruit & frisee salad alongside braised pork belly with beluga lentils, fresh horseradish & a gremolata of parsley & preserved lemon

$27.00
Grilled Flank Steak

basted in lemon & herbs, and served with a leek, robiola cheese & fingerling potato gratin

$21.00
Lamb Burger

with bacon, goat cheese, grilled onions & arugula; served with a house salad

$15.00
Three Cheese

gorgonzola, fresh mozzarella, parmesan, garlic & thyme

$14.00
Wild Mushroom & Truffle Oil

fresh mozzarella, tarragon & truffle oil

$15.00
Buffalo Mozz. & Proscuitto

fresh buffalo mozzarella, proscuitto, arugula, aged balsamic & pistachio

$18.00
Roasted Butternut Squash

goat cheese, sage, caramelized honey & pine nuts

$14.00
Italian Sausage

marinara, caramelized onion, pear & chives

$14.00
Duck Confit & Chile

potato, caper, lemon zest, serrano chile & pecorino romano

$16.00
Margherita

marinara, fresh mozzarella, basil

$12.00
Pepperoni

marinara, mozzarella, pepperoni

$11.00
Sauteed Mushrooms With

with garlic & thyme

$6.00
Sauteed Spinach & Garlic

$5.00
Creamy Polenta

$5.00
Roasted Fingerling Potatoes

$5.00
Braised Lentils

$5.00
Minestrone

$3.75
Soup Of The Day

$3.75
House Salad

organic greens with chevre, candied pecans, seasonal tree fruit & champagne vinaigrette

$7.00
Chop Chop Salad

romaine, basil, smoked turkey, salami, mozzarella, tomatoes, croutons, Parmesan, aged balsamic vinegar & extra virgin olive oil

$9.00
Caesar Salad

romaine, croutons, parmesan

$2.00
Grilled Steak Salad

arugula, grilled beef shoulder, gorgonzola, fresh pears, toasted pine nuts, & balsamic vinaigrette

$16.00
Grilled Chicken Salad

arugula, grilled chicken breast, marsala- soaked dried cranberries, candied walnuts, lemon & olive oil

$12.50
Grilled Salmon Salad

grilled wild alaskan salmon with salad of arugula, orange, toasted pumpkin seeds & sherry vinaigrette

$17.00
Lamb Burger

with bacon, grilled onion, goat cheese & arugula. served with a house salad

$15.00
Grilled Chicken Sandwich

with bacon, grilled onion, chipotle aioli, tomato & arugula. served with a house salad

$12.50
Salami & Mozzarella

finocchiona salami, fresh mozzarella, pepperoncini, shaved romaine, red onion, cornichon mayo, & red wine vinaigrette on baguette

$10.00
Roasted Turkey Provolone

natural turkey breast with tomato & greens, finished either. traditional: dijon & mayo on whole grain, toscano: balsamic on toscano

$8.50
Ham & Serrano Mustard

applegate natural ham, fresh mozzarella, arugula, marinated Mama Lil’s peppers, fresh apple, and whole grain mustard with spicy serrano chili, served on baguette

$9.50
House-roasted Beef

sliced house roasted beef, horse radish, gorgonzola, red onion & arugula on house made focaccia

$9.50
Seared Salmon Sandwich

with red onion, arugula & spicy sambal aioli, on house made focaccia

$15.00
Grilled Veg

red peppers, spinach, portabella mushrooms, roasted garlic puree, olive tapenade & roasted tomato aioli on house made focaccia

$8.50
Grilled Cheese

sharp white cheddar on toscano

$5.00
Grilled Peanut Butter & Jelly

Adams peanut butter & strawberry jam

$4.50
Beef Shortrib Ragu Pappardelle

with parsley and pecorino romano

$15.00
Penne Marinara

classic red sauce

$9.00
Fresh Fruit

medley of fresh fruit

$3.00
French Toast

baguette with orange mascarpone & maple syrup

$7.50
Pistachio Waffles

with huckleberries & whipped cream

$10.00
Yogurt & Granola

yogurt, house-made organic granola & fresh fruit

$5.00
Toast & Jam

toasted baguette with strawberry jam & butter

$3.00
Gravlax

toasted baguette with salmon gravlax, red onion & creme fraiche

$9.00
One Egg

$1.50
Bacon

$1.50
Potatoes

$3.00
The Classic

fried egg, bacon, white cheddar on toscano

$1.25
Chorizo & Peppers

fried egg, chorizo, red peppers, onions, roasted jalapeno salsa, cilantro sour cream on baguette

$7.50
Ham & Cheddar Croissant

Applegate Farms ham & white cheddar on a croissant

$5.00
Scramble Of The Day

ask your server for today's scramble

$8.50
Wild Mushroom Scramble

eggs scrambled with wild mushrooms, chevre & sage

$8.50
Quiche

ask your server for today's selection

$7.50
Dungeness Crab Benedict

dungeness crab, poached eggs, spinach, hollandaise, english muffin

$14.00
Smoked Salmon Omelet

smoked salmon, sauteed spinach, roasted red peppers with horseradish cream

$10.00
Pancetta Omelet

pancetta, grilled scallion & parmesan

$9.00
Corned Beef Hash

with two eggs any style

$11.00
Eggs & Bacon

two eggs cooked any style

$7.50
Fresh-squeezed Orange Juice

$3.50
Mimosa

$6.00
French Press Coffee

$6.50
Pour Over Coffee (see Menu)

Full espresso bar & selection of teas

$3.50
House Salad

mixed greens, chevre, candied pecans, seasonal tree fruit, champagne vinaigrette

$6.50
Grilled Steak Salad

arugula, grilled beef shoulder, gorgonzola, fresh figs, toasted pistachios & balsamic vinaigrette

$16.00
Caesar Salad

romaine, croutons, parmesan

$2.00
Minestrone Or Soup Of The Day

$3.50
Grilled Cheese

white cheddar on toscano

$5.00
Grilled Chicken Sandwich

grilled natural chicken breast, bacon, grilled onions, chipotle aioli & arugula; served with a house salad

$11.00
Beef Shortrib Pappardelle

with parsley and pecorino romano

$16.00
Bees Buzz

Honey Mead (6oz)

$4.00
Carters

Coldwater Kolsch

$4.00
Iron Horse Brewery

Decision Maker

$4.00
New Belgium

Ranger IPA

$4.00
New Belgium

Lips of Faith Dieu du Ciel! ABV 9%

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Ninkasi

Imperiale Stout

$4.00
Goose Island Lolita Wild Ale

One of the most amazing beers we’ve ever tasted. Oak-aged with raspberries and fermented with a wild a Belgian yeast strain, this beer is enchanting! Part of Goose Island’s Vintage Series. (750ml)

$25.00
Bear Republic Racer 5 IPA

An aggressive IPA. Hops to the max. Great with pizza. Might make you feel like Mario Andretti. (22oz)

$10.00
Green Flash Brewing Double Stout

Rich and smooth with chocolate, earth and bitter coffee. A luscious black brew. (350ml) ABV:8.8%

$5.00
Stone Brewing 17th Anniversary Gotterdammerung IPA

A classic Stone monster but with German hops. Packs a wallop. (600ml)

$11.00
Stone Brewing 2013 Crime Lucky Bastard Ale

Heat. Hops. A nearly criminal amount of intensity. (500ml)

$25.00
Stone Brewing 2013 Punishment Double Bastard Ale

Brewed with peppers and aged in bourbon barrels - Rare. Spicy. Intense. Can you handle it? (500ml)

$30.00
New Belgium Accumulation Ale

New Belgium’s winter brew this year is a white IPA, smooth and citrusy to start, hoppy and bitter to finish. ABV 6.2% . (350ml)

$4.00
New Belgium Rampant IPA

A monster of a beer. Hoppy. Malty. High-test. (330ml)

$5.00
New Belgium/Brassierie Dieu du Ciel (Lips of Faith) Heavenly Feijoa tripe

Hibiscus and tart feijoa fruit create the complex backbone for this incredible tripel. (650ml)

$12.00
New Belgium Snapshot Wheat

New Belgium is kicking off their sour series with the Snapshot. Not quite a sour, this is a tart beer with a touch of hops. Think grapefruit and fresh cut lemons. ABV. 5%

$5.00
Laughing Dog Brewing Cream Ale

Easy drinking and deliciously smooth. (330ml)

$4.00
Laughing Dog Brewing Rocket Dog Rye IPA

Rye, citrus and pine team up for a unique and crisp. ABV 6.9%. (650ml)

$10.00
Laughing Dog Brewing Sneaky Pete Imperial Ipa

Malty. Hoppy. Copious amounts of everything that beer drinkers love. (330ml)

$5.00
Goose Island Lolita Wild Ale

One of the most amazing beers we’ve ever tasted. Oak-aged with raspberries and fermented with a wild a Belgian yeast strain, this beer is enchanting! Part of Goose Island’s Vintage Series. (750ml)

$25.00
Goose Island Matilda

A Belgian-style pale that is wild in character, with a slightly fruity aroma and a spicy yeast flavor. (650)

$15.00
Goose Island 2013 Sofie Belgian Farmhouse Style Ale

If there is beer in paradise it probably tastes a lot like this. Wow! (765ml)

$17.00
Lewis and Clark Brewing Co. Big Belt Weizenbock

Dark and malty but still light and easy drinking. (330ml)

$4.00
Deschutes w/ Great Lakes Brewing Class of ‘88 Imperial Smoked Porter

Smoky and malty and begging to go with something off the grill. (650ml)

$12.00
Deschutes Black Butte Porter

Roasty and Malty with dark flavors & racy levity. (330ml)

$4.00
Deschutes Inversion IPA

A classic northwest india pale ale. (330ml)

$4.00
Ninkasi Brewing Pravada Bohemian Pils Style Lager

Pravada, the Slavic word for truth, is very appropriate for this pilsner. A complex medium bodied lager balanced with floral/ spicy hops. Refreshing! ABV 5%. (350ml)

$4.00
Ninkasi Brewing Total Domination IPA

If it’s hops you are after this is your beer. They didn’t, however, forget to start with a deliciously deep malt base! (330ml)

$4.00
Rogue Voodoo Doughnut Chocolate, Banana and Peanut Butter Ale

The second in the series. A cult classic. Strange, but delicious. (650ml)

$25.00
Elysian Bifrost Winter Ale

Refreshing and zesty, but with a backbone of warming, smooth malts. (330ml)

$4.00
Elysian Brewing Oddland Series Peppercorn Saison

If you like pepper-- If you really like pepper. This is the beer for you. (650ml)

$15.00
Iron Horse Brewery High Five Hefe

This brew is the perfect combination of wheat, honey and ginger. Great alone or with food, particularly salt and spice! (22oz) 6%

$8.50
Iron Horse Brewery Quilters Irish Death

A dark, smooth ale that is very approachable and lovingly referred to by its brewers as beer candy. Delicious. (22oz) 7.8%

$8.50
Brasserie Du Bocq Blanche de Namur

An easy drinking Belgian with a wheaty profile and hints of spice. (330ml)

$5.00
Brassiere Dupont, Biere de Miel

Refreshing, well textured and resonant of honey. (330ml)

$5.00
Brasserie Dupont, Foret

Belgium’s only organically produced ale. Bold and nutty with soft fruit and pepper

$7.00
Brassiere de Silly Scotch Silly

A finely wooded nose hinting at hazelnut--distinct from traditional British scotches. Bottle conditioned. (750ml)

$12.00
Brouwerij Van Honsebrouck Bacchus

Malty, Crisp, Fruity, Complex. A staff favorite

$10.00
Het Anker, Carolus Classic

Deep and balanced but somehow very refreshing. (330ml)

$7.00
Het Anker Lucifer

Light and crisp. Refreshing and complex with ample spice and depth. (330ml)

$7.00
Leffe Blonde

A lighter and more quaffable Belgian ale. A touch of banana and belgian malt dominate this creamy ale. (330ml)

$6.00
Lindeman’s Gueuze lambic “Cuvée René”

One of the oldest beers known. Cider-like and sour. The ultimate thirst quencher on a hot day. (330ml)

$8.00
Monk’s Cafe Flemish Sour Ale

Zippy sour alongside darker malts. Delicious. (330ml)

$5.00
Orval

Compelling notes of apricot and citrus. This ale is delightful. (330ml)

$7.50
Petrus Aged Pale

Sour. Bright. Food-Friendly. (330ml)

$5.00
Scaldis Amber

Malty and complex. Try with duck or pork belly. (330ml)

$9.00
Turnhout Hop-Ruiter

An ale with Belgium yeast- driven flavors combined with American assertive hoppiness. A full rustic malt and a bit of funk. (330ML)

$7.00
Westmalle Dubble

Creamy and balanced. Often hailed as the best beer in the world. (330ml)

$7.50
Westmalle Tripel

This clear, golden yellow, Trappist beer shows finesse, triumphant complexity, and a splendid aftertaste. (330ml)

$7.50
Brasserie Pietra Columba

This classic witbier has the gentle spice of coriander and orange with a slight hint of honey. The finish is refreshing with a wheaty tang! (330ml)

$6.00
Brasserie Pietra Ambree Ale

A strange brew. Made with chestnuts and loads of malts creating a delicious, smooth beer that is nutty and slightly sweet with a hoppy finish. (330ml)

$7.00
Cains Export Lager

A slightly sweet, crisp brew complemented by rich grain. Dry and bitter on the finish. Award winning and delicious. ABV 5% (440ml)

$5.00
Moorhouse’s Pendle Witches Brew Ale

A classically malt-driven English ale. It’s quaffable and for one of our sausage pastas. (550ml)

$6.00
Jenlain Blonde

A beautifully crafted blonde beer, with the aroma of sweet malts and taste of grain, light spice, and crisp apple. (330ml)

$6.00
Lava- Ölvisholt Brugghús

Inspired by the active volcano seen from the brewhouse door, this beer delivers is a creamy stout with notes of chocolate, roasted malt, and subtle smoke. Relax. Enjoy. (650ml) ABV:9.4%

$12.00
Contessa Italian Pale Ale

A bottle conditioned American-style pale ale brewed in the old world. It is nuanced and beautiful. Have this bottle instead of wine with your pasta or pizza. (750ml)

$25.00
961 Wit Beer

Crisp and great in the sun. Delightfully floral and a perfect accompaniment to a meal on the patio. (330ml)

$4.00
Moa Brewing Company Breakfast

This Belgian Wheat brewed with cherries is sure to have you breaking the “not before noon,” rule. (375ml)

$8.00
Moa Brewing Company Imperial Stout

Aged in pinot noir barrels and harkening to the brewer’s background as a winemaker, this stout will certainly win you over. (375ml)

$8.00
Moa Brewing Company St Jospehs

Belgian Style Tripel. This beer shows a floral aroma like none other. Enchanting. (375ml)

$8.00
Okocim

A full pale ale that is extremely smooth with a slightly sweet finish. A delicious beer that you don’t have to over think. (16.9oz)

$5.00
Froach Heather Ale

A unique brew that includes Heather flower, which shows a floral peaty aroma, full malt character, and a spicy herbal finish. This beer allows you to pour 4,000 years of Scottish history into a glass! (330ml)

$6.00
Williams Brothers Scottish Ginger

A traditional Scottish ginger beer: malt based and brewed with fresh ginger and lemon juice. Drinks and smells like ginger with a fiery finish. ABV 4% (500 ml)

$7.50
Lakefront

New Grist (330ml)

$4.00
Ommision (Gluten Free) Pale Ale by Widmer Bros

A triumph. (330ml)

$4.00
Becks

$4.00
Kaliber

$4.00
New Planet Off Grid Pale Ale

$4.00
Petite Cookie Plate

daily assortment

$5.00
House-Made Gelato

ask your server for daily selections and for daily specialty

$3.50
Cheese Plate

daily selection of three artisan cheeses with fig jam & grilled bread

$12.00
Selections From Our Pastry Case

ask server for the day’s offerings

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Gerard Bertrand Banyuls 2005, France

Montana law prohibits us from serving Port wine as an after-dinner digestive. This is the next best thing, and it’s no slouch!

$7.00
Vin Santo, Badia a Coltibuono, 2005, Tuscany, Italy

Imagine a perfectly ripe peach. Sweet, luscious, dream-like

$7.00
Vina Tibali Reserva Late Harvest Muscat 2009, Chile

A lighthearted dessert wine. Light on the palate, but still laden with wonderful tropical fruit notes and hints of honeysuckle

$6.00
Royal Tokaji, Mad Cuvee, 2010 Late Harvest, Hungary

Spirited. Notes of honey and peach

$7.00
Deltetto, Bric du Liun, Arneis Passito, 2010, Piedmont, Italy

From the “Hill of the Lion,” this dessert wine is dried in small wooden boxes and its sugars transform into something complex and ethereal

$9.00
Deschutes Abyss 2012 Reserve

Voted as the top beer in America, this sought after gem is barrel-aged and straddles the line between a complex dark beer and something all together more wine-like. (650ml)

$20.00
Ferrari Brut Rose NV, Trento, Italy

Deep layers of yeast, cranberry and savory spice.

$48.00
Forteto Della Luja Moscato D’Asti, Piedmonte, NV Italy

Sweet, delicious bubbles. Pear and honey resound. Wants cheese!

$27.00
Deltetto Sparkling Nebbiolo/Pinot Noir, NV, Piedmont

Aged on the lees for four years. Depth. Complexity. Absolutely enchanting.

$56.00
Gerard Bertrand Cremant de Limoux, Brut, 2011, France

Superb outside-of-Champagne value. Delicate mousse, generous texture, fragrant aroma.

$30.00
Libert & Fils Champagne, Cramant Blanc de Blanc Brut 2004, France

A stunning growers-Champagne. Light and airy, crisp. Subtle honey and peach.

$130.00
Fiano di Avellino, Rocca Del Principe 2011, Campania

Sports minerality and a profile of petrol, smoke, citrus and balsamic. Nuances of pink grapefruit and basil sew up this delicious southern white.

$34.00
Ronchi Di Pietro, Friulano (Tocai) 2011, Friuli-Colli-Orientali

With intense aroma, this rustic grape recalls wild flowers and hay. It is full-bodied and resounds with a remarkable scent of bitter almond.

$24.00
Marotti Campi Verdicchio dei Castelli dei Jesi Classico Superiore 2010, Marche

A subtly generous texture, and floral aromas that range from acacia to chamomile. Matches perfectly with a warm day and a salad or light pasta.

$30.00
Gavi, Deltetto, Del Commune di Gavi, 2012, Piedmont

Fresh and delightfully food-friendly with a texture that lends itself to winter

$32.00
Timorasso, La Colombera, Colli Tortonesi 2010, Piedmont

This intense yellow-gold wine is fruit-forward, showing nectarine, acacia flowers, whitethorn and a predominant honey character. Generous in flavor and texture.

$44.00
Soave Classico, Inama, 2012, Veneto

Dry grass and peach. Hints of melon. Fresh. Delicious. An incredible vintage for Soave.

$28.00
Albert Boxler Pinot Gris Reserve 2004, Alsace

Beautifully tropical on the nose this wine is well balanced with a slightly spiced, sweet finish. Shows the enormous complexity of Alsace.

$60.00
Bordeaux Blanc, Domaine Du Seuil, 2011, Graves

A sprightly warm-weather sipper with both a distinct richness and hints of lime, jalapeño, and tropical fruit.

$32.00
Olivier Leflaive, “Les Setilles” Bourgogne 2011, Burgundy

All that’s right about chardonnay. Generous in texture and minerality, with notes of beeswax, almond, and citrus.

$40.00
Domaine Romain Collet Chablis 2010, Les Pargues, Burgundy

Aged only in stainless steel, this mineral driven chardonnay shows ripe quince and apricot amid deep flinty tones, with striking acidity. A perfect food wine.

$42.00
Marcel Servin, Chablis 1er Cru, Montee de Tonnerre 2009, Burgundy

A soil driven Chablis- flinty, steely, minerality, with elegance in texture. Phenomenal with seafood.

$74.00
Hubert Bouzreau, St Aubin 1er Cru, Les Cortons 2008, Burgundy

Lively play of citrus and beeswax. Spirited without being as refined as other crus.

$95.00
Domaine Jouard, Chassagne-Montrachet 2010, Burgundy

A pure and glorious expression of Chardonnay. The aroma alone will blow you away with layered, lush complexity. The taste will ruin you.

$68.00
Parent, Corton Blanc Grand Cru 2009, Burgundy

One of the best white wines we’ve ever tasted. Fleshy, with lots of limestone and minerality. Takes on a lush, layered, sexy character with aging. A profound wine.

$230.00
Michel Picard Vouvray 2010, Loire

Luscious and well textured with grassy notes and hints of white peach and pear.

$24.00
Pierre Henri Bourdais Muscadet 2010, Loire

Dry with stoney minerality. Enough texture to make it wonderfully drinkable.

$30.00
Patient Cotat Sancerre 2010, Loire

Strong notes of melon and poignant minerality. A delicate sweetness, followed by a pleasantly tart and clean finish.

$40.00
Enclos Maimbray Sancerre 2010, Loire

No place in the world tops Sancerre for Sauvignon Blanc. This bottle shows why. Luscious with round citrus, minerality, and acidity. A wonderful food wine.

$44.00
La Spinetta Il Rose di Casanova 2012, Tuscany, IT

A blend of 50% Sangiovese and 50% Prugnolo Gentile creates and beautiful wine. Rose petal aromas are followed by pomegranate and sour cherry on the palate.

$45.00
Fubbiano Rosato di Marco 2011, Tuscany, IT

An aroma more “red’ than most red wines! Light and satiny with subtle sweetness. Wonderfully elegant.

$38.00
Domaine Comte Abbatucci, Cuvee Faustine 2010, Corsica

Delicate and nuanced. A beautifully textured feminine style. Great with seafood.

$58.00
Kellerei Kaltern, Lagrein 2010, Alto Adige

This distant relative of syrah and teroldego shows unabashed acidity - have it with hearty, meaty food and it’ll sing.

$40.00
Kellerei Kaltern, Schiava, Sudtirol 2011, Alto Adige

Light and delicate. The perfect accompaniment to an antipasti of meat and cheese.

$40.00
Rocca Del Principe Aglianico, Irpinia 2010, Campania

Flavors of dark berry and bramble. Lots of spice. Loads of depth.

$34.00
Donna Luna Aglianico 2008, Campania

Strong-headed, energetic, and bold. Imparts an unexpected sweetness along with warmth and coolness.

$40.00
Colle Ticchio, Cesanese, Piglio 2011, Lazio

This grape, which gained momentum in the late 1700s, and again just in the past decade, is soft and lively but with enough grip and rustic spice to make it a wonderful match for hearty pastas like amatriciana or ragu.

$30.00
Lacrima Di Morro D’Alba Superiore, Orgiolo Marotti Campi 2010, Marche, IT

A rescued from near-extinction grape, shows florality, baked rock, and a character of plump, sanguine fruit. Rustic and bold. A staff favorite. Ask us for a sample, you’ll be hooked as well.

$36.00
Poderi San Lazzaro “Grifola” 2006, Marche

100% Montepulciano d’Abruzzo. Supreme structure & elegance. Deep & rich with a plush core of sweet, dark fruit.

$56.00
Monferrato Rosso, Kermit Lynch, 2010, Piedmont,

A babera dominant blend of fresh and funky fruit that shines with pizza or pasta.

$25.00
Brame, Deltetto Barbera D’Alba, 2011, Piedmont

A single vineyard wine with depth, zest, and an acidity that gets along swimmingly with pizza or grilled meat.

$34.00
Barbera d’Asti, Forteta Della Luja Mon Ross 2011, Piedmont

Evocative. Alluring and sweetly fanciful on the nose. Well-fruited. Pleasing acidity.

$36.00
La Spinetta Bionzo Barbera d’Asti Superiore 2007, Piedmont

An age-worthy and complex barbera. It’s really good. Balanced fruit, mint, and the delicious of Asti.

$90.00
La Spinetta “Pin” 2009, Piedmont

A stunning nebbiolo-barbera blend. A house favorite. The vintage is lush and snappy

$85.00
Gattinara, Marco Franchino 2005, Piedmont

This example of nebbiolo and regional rival to Barolo is distinctly old-world. Rustic with veiled fruit.

$73.00
Cigliuti Langhe Nebbiolo 2010, Piedmont

This Nebbiolo is kind of an upstart. It is plucky, energetic, tannic, and delicious. It wants to accompany our ribeye, flank steak or lamb burger.

$56.00
Malvira Nebbiolo 2008, Piedmont

Lovely balanced tannins with a youthful freshness; red and black fruit, hints of tobacco, spice and mint. A triumph with food.

$42.00
La Colombera, Croatina, Colli Tortonesi 2009, Piedmont

A wine with intensity, and a satisfying weave of plum, cherry, pink and green pepper, vanilla and nutmeg--giving way to herb and balasamic. A find.

$44.00
Barbaresco, Produttori del Barbaresco 2008, Piedmonte

This one pleases us. It is both dusty and assertive, while being elegant and finessed.

$60.00
Cigluiti, Barbaresco, Serraboella 2008, Piedmont

A memorable bottle. Begins inauspiciously. And then, at some point, this food wine surges to the forefront of fantastic. Give it a go with the shortrib ragu this winter.

$100.00
Michele Chiarlo Barolo, Tortoniano 2007, Piedmont

Generous and wonderful. A world on the nose- eucalyptus, mint, Cassis, black cherry for starters. Age worthy, but delicious now.

$80.00
Deltetto, Langhe Pinot Nero 2010, Piedmont

Earth.. Minerality. Acidity. An unabashed and unapologetic show of rustic umph and charm.

$44.00
Dave Phinney, “I” 2011, Puglia

A plush and deep-fruited blend of negroamaro, nero d’avola, barbera, that showcases the darker, richer side of Italian wine. On the money with a Lamb Burger.

$24.00
Gioia Del Colle “Fatalone” Primitivo 2008, Puglia

This ancient grape shows a delightful freshness amidst lively flavors of dark fruit-- plum, currant, and blackberry. Think grill.

$38.00
Tenuta Nanfro, Strade, Nero D’Avola 2010, Sicily

A wine of complexity and charm. Beyond its rustic and explosive nose, look for levels of elegance and grace that show up in top-tier Sicilian wines.

$40.00
Contadino, Frank Cornelissen 2010, Etna, Sicily

A lively blend of local grapes. Light on the tongue but with an alluring nose and sprightly tannins and acidity.

$64.00
Munjebel, Frank Cornelissen 2009, Etna, Sicily

Deep, lush nerello mascalese. Taste the heat, volcanic rocks, and ancient soils of Sicily. This is a big, bold wine.

$95.00
Palari Rosso Del Soprano Sicilia IGT 2007, Sicily

A wine of immense character. An earthy mix of stone, herbs and rustic fruit yields a fine blend of distinctly Sicilian varietals.

$75.00
Carla Benini, Sangiovese, Tuforosso 2012, Maremma, Tuscany

With food--a classic example of deliciously-cherried, peppered, zesty, Tuscan sangiovese table wine.

$24.00
Rodano Chianti Classico 2007, Tuscany

Deep, dark, and spicy. This cozy winter red is one of those Tuscan wines we look for and regard as a staple.

$38.00
Castello Di Argiano, Sesti 2011, Monteleccio, Tuscany

Etherial. Food-friendly. A strange magic seem to emanate from this beauty.

$44.00
La Spinetta, Il Nero Di Casanova, 2009, Tuscany

A sangiovese with levity and a pleasant disposition. Cherry and spice with length and complexity that La Spinetta are known for.

$44.00
Morellino Di Scansano, Antonio Sanguineti, 2011, Tuscany

A feisty sangiovese. Lots of power and spice. A classic pizza/pasta wine.

$28.00
Le Ragnaie, Fornace 2007 Montalcino, Tuscany

I had the honor of my wine-drinking-life when the wine-maker served me this wine alongside the venison they’d hunted on their property. A Brunello of the old tradition- moving complexity, ready for strong flavors.

$210.00
Antinori, Tignanello, Toscana Rosso 2008, Tuscany

While young, this vintage is ready to enjoy right now. It showcases a single vineyard Cabernet with Bordeaux winemaking style, while its taste remains distinctly Tuscan.

$130.00
Antinori, Tignanello, Toscana Rosso 2006, Tuscany

One of the wines that elevated Tuscany to worldly wine prominence. Layered and fantastic.

$150.00
Sagrantino di Montefalco, Tenuta Castelbuono 2007, Umbria

Sagrantino is in the ranks of Italy’s finest noble wines, but little known in the U.S. It is a wine of personality; it gives off dark and brooding flavors while remaining lively and delicious. The tannins are forthright, but not harsh. This is a special wine.

$68.00
Musella Amarone Della Valpolicella Riserva 2004, Veneto (375ml)

Figs, currants, rye, briar, loam, and raisin weave for compelling complexity. Meant to be paired with big flavors.

$40.00
Speri Amarone 2004, Veneto

A stunning Amarone; complex, spicy, aromatic and delicious.

$130.00
Chateau Soussans 2009, Margaux, Bordeaux

Let us decant a bottle for you when you arrive. Pair it with your main course, and enjoy the glory of Medoc Bordeaux - A 50/50 blend of Cabernet/Merlot. Pair it with our spring T-Bone for two, and you’ve gone the distance.

$95.00
Heritage Du Seuil, Bordeaux Rouge, Graves 2005, Bordeaux

From the vintage of the century, this beautiful blend of cabernet and merlot is just plain captivating.

$100.00
Bruno Colin Bourgogne 2011, Burgundy

Wonderful minerality and herb laden fruit. Such a cool food wine.

$40.00
Pommard, Les Vaumuriens, Domaine Gabriel Billard 2009, Burgundy

Soft and plush on entry, then builds across the palate to a powerful finish. Raspberry and perfumed cherry aromas dominate. Fewer than 200 cases made.

$80.00
Domaine Parent Pommard Argillieres Premier Cru 2009, Burgundy

Argillieres, or clay soil, begets elegance in a wine. A stunning wine with deep ripe fruit aromas, spice, and clove. Wood is well-integrated, the texture is silky and elegant. The structure is profound. Two hundred cases made. A memorable wine.

$190.00
Domaine Garrreliere Gamay Noir, San Tra La La 2011, Loire

Gamay is a unique, vivacious grape with childlike verve; nothing else tastes quite like it. Its ability to pair with food ranging from simple starters, to dishes as intense as game meat, rarely matched - especially at this price range.

$34.00
Clos De La Cerisaie, Cabernet Franc, Anjou 2011, Loire

A fresh and delicate iteration of the grape. The spirited side of this French treasure.

$30.00
Domaine De La Chevalerie, Cabernet Franc, Bourgueil “Galichets” 2010, Loire

What Cab. Franc should taste like. Mineral-driven. Lean. Rustic. Powerful. Tastes like the wines of yesteryear.

$44.00
Domaine du Deffends, Champs du Becassier 2011, Provence

A wine that moves from power to gracefulness in the same sip. This blend stands out as a forceful, yet melodic southern French gem.

$38.00
Chateau Unang, Ventoux 2009, Provence

This blend of grenache, syrah, carignan is fresh and lively, and resounds with a bounty of herbs, spices and fruit. Tour fans - a salute to Mount Ventoux.

$28.00
Domaine Les Hautes Côtes du Rhône, Cances 2009, Rhone

Lush, spicy and just plain delicious. With braised meats it is a standout. Cherry. Plum. Smoke.

$30.00
Chateauneuf Du Pape, L’Accent De La Roquete, 2009, Rhone

A 90/10 blend of grenache and mourvedre that evokes a powerful sense of terroir and vintage.

$150.00
Paul Jaboulet Aine Hermitage, La Petite Chapelle 2005, Rhone

Ample, focused and delicious. Generous with forest berries, notes of cedar, and dried herbs.

$130.00
Chateau Musar, Musar Jeune, Cinsault/Syrah/Cabernet 2010

From one of the most famed and embattled wineries in the world, taste heat, anger, truimph, and above all, a compelling un-oaked blend.

$36.00
Pinot Noir, Macedon 2010

It is light on the tongue while still carying a burst of cranberry and flower. Enough spice to please, without being overwhelming.

$32.00
Vespres Garnaxta/Carignan 2010, Monstant

Intense aromas of candied red berries, cherry pit, potpourri and woodsmoke, with vibrant mineral overtones.

$44.00
Priorat, Mas Doix 2010

This Blend of Garnacha, Carignan, Syrah , Merlot and Cabernet offers a generous profile of bright berry, violet, licorice, and sappy underbush. This is a red that pairs well with winter.

$66.00
Alejandro Fernandez, Dehesa La Granja 2000

An aged Tempranillo from old vines can be a real treat. This bottle shows the smoky, spicy and wild characteristics of the grape, as well as a gorgeous and structured fruit profile. Chocolate and espresso notes chime in. Pair with grilled foods.

$70.00
Dominio De Atuata, Ribera Del Duero, 2005

A big, rich tempranillo with a dash of attitude. It will captivate you with its depth and leave you craving a grilled steak and an evening of laughter and stories.

$68.00
Cremant de Limoux, Gerard Bertrand, 2011 Brut, FR

$7.50
Brut Rosé, Ferrari, Trento, NV, IT

$12.00
Moscato d’Asti, Forteto della Luja 2011, Piedmonte, IT

$6.75
Rosato di Marco, Fubbiano 2011, IT

$9.50
House White

$5.00
Caffè Dolce’s Signature White Sancerre, Enclos Maimbray 2010, FR

$11.00
Bordeaux Blanc, Domaine Du Seuil 2011, Graves, FR

$8.00
Chablis, Domaine Romain Collet 2010, FR

$10.50
Sancerre, (Sauvignon Blanc), Patient Cotat 2010, FR

$10.00
Gavi, Deltetto, Del Commune di Gavi 2012, IT

$8.00
Fiano di Avellino, Rocca Del Principe 2011, IT

$8.50
Timorasso, La Colombera, Colli Tortonesi 2010, IT

$11.00
House Red

$5.00
Gamay Noir, Domaine Garrreliere, San Tra La La 2011, FR

$8.50
Côtes du Rhône, Domaine Les Hautes Cances 2009, FR

$7.50
Cabernet Franc, Bourgueil, Dm DL Chevalerie, “Galichets” ‘10 FR

$11.00
Sangiovese, Tuforosso, Maremma 2012, IT

$6.00
Negroamoro Blend, Dave Phinney, “I” 2011, IT

$6.00
Aglianico, Rocca Del Principe, Irpinia 2010, IT

$8.50
Chianti Classico, Rodano 2007, IT

$9.50
Rosso di Montalcino, Brunelli 2011, IT

$15.00
Barbera D’Alba, Brame, Deltetto 2011, IT

$8.50
Pinot Nero, Deltetto, Langhe 2010, IT

$11.00
Nebbiolo, Malvira, 2008, IT

$12.00
Soave Classico, Inama, 2012, Veneto, Italy

From northern Italy, the garganega grape teams up with trebbiano to produce a refreshing delicious white. Ours shows dry grass and peach. Hints of melon. Fresh. Delicious. An incredible vintage for Soave.

$7.00
Domaine De La Chevalerie, Cabernet Franc, Bourgueil “Galichets” 2010 Loire Valley, France

We love Cab Franc from the Loire. This one is mineral-driven, lean, and rustic. Powerful. Tastes like wines of yesteryear.

$11.00
Munjebel 9# (NV) Vino Rosso, Etna, Sicily

Frank Cornelissen is a Garagiste and cult wine hero. His wines are coveted, nearly impossible to find in any quantity and we are extremely fortunate to be able to serve his bottlings—as very few ever make it to a wine list. His style aligns with our tastes and his wines represent the apex of organic, natural wine making. His pure Nerello Mascalese comes from his cru in Contrada Monte Colla. It is an extremely steep vineyard, beautifully exposed to sun and wind and directly in front of Mount Etna. The soil here is a sandy clay and the oldvines were planted in 1946. These grapes reach the pinnacle of complexity. Frank calls it his “Hermitage” of Etna.

$95.00

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