Caffe Dolce looks like it could be the garden greenhouse of a splendid Italian villa. Walking into the cavernous dining area, the floor is a mosaic of colorful marble and the ceiling soars above. Light fills the place through 15 foot high windows. Wait staff and barristas are young and savvy looking very smart in their crisp white linen aprons. Cases are stuffed with powdered pastries and other delights. A room to the side is stocked with colorful Deruta stoneware. Could this really be Missoula, Montana? The menu and wine list are full of interesting choices, much of it local. Meals are served quickly and graciously. Most of it delicious (pizzas are pulled directly from a wood-fired oven but some were disappointing). The patio is inviting, sunny and full of flowers. I couldn't think of a nicer place to have an al fresco lunch this side of Siena. Belissimo!
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