- $8 for $14 worth of Italian cuisine and non-alcoholic beverages
- Valid Monday–Saturday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
- See the menu
Sweet Basil Cafe
On the café's sign, a tiny green leaf glows like a hyphen between the words “Sweet” and “Basil.” Through the glass doors, the ebb and flow of conversation rolls against the canary-yellow walls. Peeking around at the black lacquered tables, patrons see steaming pies draped in thick, emerald cloaks of pesto, whose scent hints at garlic, pine nuts, and the eatery’s namesake herb, basil. Forks spool richly sauced pastas and bury themselves deep into stuffed calzones. Scoops of spumoni ease feasts to a close, unlike the decision to show off how strong a homemade table is.
What some people are buzzing about:
81% of 97 customers recommend
“I thought my dinner was very good and your server my very efficient.”
“I recommend eating there vs take out just because it's such a cool little spot and the atmosphere is nice. The staff always nice and the food is really good. ”
“Make sure to come for lunch specials to take advantage of special deals”