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The buzz: An all-day bakery, cafe, and supper club serving Italian-American comfort food.
The food: Cardellino just launched their new brunch menu, packed with fresh, summery dishes like tasty tartines on house-baked bread and signature dishes like a roasted wild mushroom omelet and banana vanilla pancakes, plus a selection of pizzas and pastas. Dinner options include coal-roasted Cedar River ribeye topped with roasted garlic, fennel, white wine herb butter, and grana padano and spiced lamb orecchiette in dill cream, pine nuts, currant, sumac, and mint. The dynamic beverage menu features refreshing house cocktails, adult slushies, and cocktails on tap; stop in every Wednesday through Sunday from 3–6 pm for happy hour specials on select appetizers and cocktails.
The cost: Antipasti runs $6-20, pasta and pizza al forno cost $16-22, entrees are $28-52, cocktails are $12-15, beer and wine by the glass run $8-$14.
How to book: Make reservations for indoor or patio dining via Tock. Walk-ins are accepted if available.