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$7 for $15 Worth of Italian Food, Drinks, and Gelato
The menu is grounded in Italian dishes such as the hearty rigatoni arrabiata with prosciutto di parma, pecorino romano, and homemade tomato sauce ($8.99). The chefs stuff panzerotti such as the fresco's bocconcini, mozzarella, and tomato sauce ($6.49). An espresso bar mixes eye-opening drinks such as the Mocha Chiller, a blend of mocha coffee, espresso, and milk topped with whip cream and chocolate sprinkles ($4.59+). Gelato, made onsite daily, comes in one of five sizes ranging from small to a half-gallon, with flavors such as peach sorbet, banana nut, and pistachio ($3.65+).
Massa Italian Cafe & Gelateria
The Lollino family has a long tradition of talented Italian coffee roasters and chefs, fortified by a passion that spans generations. It inspired them to open Massa Italian Cafe & Gelateria using the cooking methods and recipes that had been passed on in their family for years. Spanning the culinary history of Italy, the menu boasts grilled paninis, hearty pasta dishes, and 11" thin crust pizzas with a wide variety of toppings. The centerpiece of the eatery's menu is its espresso bar, with steaming cups of pure espresso or blends such as the caramelccino, cookies-n-cream, and a cup of coffee with a shot of espresso inside. Every morning, the staff makes more than 30 flavors of Gelato onsite, from vanilla and pistachio to spumoni and melon sorbet, and they've spent hours mixing and matching flavors to make specialty treats such as the domenica - two scoops of gelato topped with whipped cream, nuts, and an Italian wafer cookie.