About this Business
- Bakery, Pastries, Cafe, Frozen Yogurt, Ice Cream
I'm not recommending this location because it is no longer open. It was fine when I went.
Closed suddenly :(. So bummed -
This is not the first time I have had a groupon -or 2- that was not redeemed because the business closed. It's terribly sad that these local businesses are not able to thrive.
Very limited selection, lots of empty shelves and trays.
The staff was very friendly and the cookies are delicious.
Brought in my groupon and they told me they were going out of business the next day.what I got was thawed out frozen cookies.They should not have even sold this groupon to me five days earlier.What if I hadn't stopped in when I did?Too bad I guess!!!!
The "butter cookies", which are only on the yellow trays are dry and crumbly, not moist and buttery. The cookies were hard to bite into, and not flavorful within the batter of the cookie, itself.
On other occasions we have had Dolce gelatto and focaccia bread little pizzas, which were very good. The breads also are very good.
I enjoy the Italian cookies, I usually get a pound of assorted cookies for myself. I also give the cookies as gifts.
try their pasta dishes to go
The little desserts are great for a dinner party!
From Our Editors
On the bank of the Fox River sits Dolce Bakery & Cafe, a family-owned sanctuary of sweetness specializing in Italian pastries and desserts. Here, the tiramisu cake is soaked in coffee, filled with a creamy mousse, and surrounded by succulent ladyfingers. The profiterole, a classic Italian delicacy, is a tower of hazelnut cream puffs, topped with chocolate shavings and garnished with whipped cream and cherry buttons. Dolce also whips up soft, moist cupcakes slathered in a made-from-scratch buttercream frosting, and a host of cookies including macaroons, amaretti, and lemon taralli. On the savory side of things, Dolce's chefs prepare light Italian cafe fare such as paninis, flatbread pizza, and pasta.
Dolce Bakery & Cafe