Village Coffee isn’t just a place to get a cuppa and run. It’s a place to lean back into soft leather chairs with a hot latte, or gather at a table of fresh-baked sweets and good conversation. Striving to be more than just a coffee shop, Village Coffee encourages its visitors to enjoy the camaraderie that surrounds coffee and sandwiches. Mornings, stop by for breakfast sandwiches, fresh muffins, and hot or iced coffee drinks, or swing by during the afternoon for sandwiches, wraps, smoothies, and salads.
Café Colore's Italian-American dinner menu sends gourmet gondolas of soup, pasta, seafood, veal, and more into famished belly canals. Open the floodgates of flavor to the caramelized onion bisque, a blend of vidalia onion and sherry ($6.95) that swaddles mouths in a soft warmth usually reserved for babies' blankets and Full House reruns. Lobster ravioli imports the zesty flavors of Maine's shorelines, the culinary cargo bustling with basil tomato cream sauce and ricotta ($25.95). Carnivores can sink their fangs into a veggie, sausage, and cheese-stuffed loin of pork ($26.95) or moo in a Sicilian dialect for the veal saltimbocca, topped in a sage and brandy cream sauce ($25.95). The lunch menu presents mid-day munchers with an array of pasta-based entrees, meal-sized salads, and sandwich-sized sandwiches, including the cafe deluxe, a chicken breast milanese with avocado, romaine, tomato, prosciutto, and basil-pesto mayo on house-made bread ($7.95).