Romano's Italian Bakery

Wilton Argonne

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Family follows decades-old recipes to bake fresh turnovers and almond biscotti and to roll cannoli filled with housemade ricotta

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Promotional value expires Nov 7, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Not valid on holidays. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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  • $12 for one 10-inch cake (up to a $25 value)
  • $8 for $16 worth of baked goods

The bakery's menu of over 50 items includes apple and cherry turnovers ($1.50 each), handmade cannoli and éclairs ($2.75 each), and Nutella cookies, biscotti, and macaroons ($15.25/lb.).

Romano's Italian Bakery

Linda Battaglia arrives at her bakery every morning at 7:30. She could sleep in, but then she wouldn't have time to roll every cannoli shell by hand, fill them with freshly made ricotta, and prepare the other 50 to 75 traditional items she and her team bake fresh daily. These recipes extend a legacy set forth more than 40 years ago by Romano Leonardi, who passed the eatery on to Linda and her mother in 2000. These Old World baked goods and techniques have earned a loyal following in the community and profiles on the WKBW morning news.

A bright glow spreads across the bakery's glass cases lined with cream and ricotta puffs, napoleons, and mousse-filled éclairs made that very day. The cookie selection includes fig and chocolate-ball varieties and almond and anise biscotti, all of which can be shipped across the country. Clients can work with the bakers to design a specialty wedding cake topped with newlywed figurines dancing, holding hands, or folding one another's laundry.

Romano's Italian Bakery

Linda Battaglia arrives at her bakery every morning at 7:30. She could sleep in, but then she wouldn't have time to roll every cannoli shell by hand, fill them with freshly made ricotta, and prepare the other 50 to 75 traditional items she and her team bake fresh daily. These recipes extend a legacy set forth more than 40 years ago by Romano Leonardi, who passed the eatery on to Linda and her mother in 2000. These Old World baked goods and techniques have earned a loyal following in the community and profiles on the WKBW morning news.

A bright glow spreads across the bakery's glass cases lined with cream and ricotta puffs, napoleons, and mousse-filled éclairs made that very day. The cookie selection includes fig and chocolate-ball varieties and almond and anise biscotti, all of which can be shipped across the country. Clients can work with the bakers to design a specialty wedding cake topped with newlywed figurines dancing, holding hands, or folding one another's laundry.

Customer Reviews

Love It!
Denise M. · March 11, 2013
the bake goods are the best in town with excellent service..
SHARON M. · January 7, 2013
Great eclairs and Italian pastries.
Battaglia · November 14, 2012
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    Wilton Argonne

    725 Kenmore Avenue

    Buffalo, NY 14223

    +17168372266

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