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There’s no place better to get Chocolate Mouse Cake and other Italian pastry delectables than at Biscotti Café. Biscotti Cafe & Gelateria” is home in the heart of Little Italy in Syracuse, New York.
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There’s no place better to get Chocolate Mouse Cake and other Italian pastry delectables than at Biscotti Café. Biscotti Cafe & Gelateria” is home in the heart of Little Italy in Syracuse, New York.

At Biscotti Café & Gelateria you will find a warm, rich, earthy interior full of...
Show more...There’s no place better to get Chocolate Mouse Cake and other Italian pastry delectables than at Biscotti Café. Biscotti Cafe & Gelateria” is home in the heart of Little Italy in Syracuse, New York.

At Biscotti Café & Gelateria you will find a warm, rich, earthy interior full of European showcases of pastries. A coffee bar fills the cafe with the rich brewed aroma of espresso. You will also find an Italian style gelateria, and a large comfortable sitting area to enjoy your coffee and pastries. For lunch, there are always soup, sandwich and salad specials. Brides & Grooms are always happy to see the comfortable Bridal suite for discussing wedding cakes and other pastry selections for their special day. Come and browse the cake albums and sample your favorite flavors.

The original Butternut Street Biscotti Café had been opened since March 1998, following both D&G’s studies at the Culinary Institute of America, and employment at the five-star Four Seasons resort in Boston. The Camire’s passion for the industry, hard work, and team effort built their name and Biscotti Café became Syracuse’s top rated pastry shop in 1999. Unfortunately, the Butternut Street Café was closed after a devastating fire in November of 2002. For many months the Camires worked out of a temporary location until they purchased the old Zorellie paint store. After several long months of renovation, the Camires opened their new location at 741 North Salina Street. They were enthusiastic for the opening and especially couldn’t wait to see their regular customers from Butternut Street. Biscotti Café & Gelateria will remind travelers of the cafés and gelaterias in Italy. And for those nostalgic for the creamy, intense fruity taste of gelato, they will find it along with many other deliscious treats at Biscotti’s. Their patrons’ favorites can always be found - chocolate mouse cake, tiramisu cake, cannolis and of course, pasticiotti. Some recent additions include: banana foster cake, chambourd cakes. They are all so delicious.

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