La Dolce Vita

Three blocks north of McNichols (6 Mile) at Cedarhurst
Parking: Valet parking available

Restaurant Details

Bringing Tuscany to Detroit, La Dolce Vita's classic Italian cuisine will have a fresher taste and be lighter for the summertime according to new Executive Chef, Matt Baldridge. Their menu will still include old favorites like classic pastas, chicken, veal and beef, but new to the menu is the stuffed trout, which will be served with chili, a hint of lime and olives. The dessert tray has some creative chocolate gems, but sorbets are also available if you're looking for something lighter. An inviting courtyard awaits behind a wrought-iron fence to offer al fresco dining. Hit the patio on Tuesdays to dance to live a DJ or for cocktails during their weekly patio parties that last until 2:30 a.m.

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