- $15 for $30 worth of Italian food
- See the menus.<p>
Romance is in the air at Cafe Palermo, and not just because it's owned and operated by husband-and-wife team Nick and Julie Nicoletti. In homage to Sicilian cafés, antique leaded-glass panels accent the room, and green fronds of ivy and other live plants drift from the walls. Diners order from a menu of classic Italian dishes made from family recipes, most cooked to order by the Nicolettis themselves. In a nod to local tastes, they stuff some dishes with creamy provel cheese instead of plating them on Blues hockey pucks. Cheesecakes handcrafted by Julie provide a sweet finish or can be ordered whole to take home. The romantic atmosphere extends onto the patio, where a fountain bubbles and herbs and flowers lend their scents to the breeze.
89% of 91 customers recommend
“Great homemade food with excellent service.”
“Been there only once but excellent.”
“It was good food for a good price. The half pasta was just enough with the salad. No room for dessert, but they sounded great too. We plan to go back again.”