If you visit this bakery, be warned that you might get addicted. They have the best almond based pastry in town. If you want an excuse to buy the amaretti, bring them to a party, and your are guaranteed to make a killing.
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I just returned to Dolce Sicilia after a hiatus. My excuse to indulge? Giving friends a taste of this amazing bakery I discovered about 10 years ago on Wadsworth Blvd. It never fails. When you bring as a dinner guest these treats for desert, everyone...More
Sometimes you just luck into some of the best in food. That's what happened when i saw and stopped into Dolce Sicilia in Lakewood Colorado. The bakery/shop is about a 15 minute drive from down town Denver. First of all the pastries are amazing. The...More
Italian bakeries are a precious commodity in Colorado. Having grown up in New York, I really missed having one easily available. Dolce Sicilia is well worth the almost-40-mile trip from Castle Rock. We were having company for a lasagna dinner, and we wanted a dessert...More
Stopped here the other day on our way back to the mountains. Bought some cannoli, very good, maybe the filling a hair too sweet. The crushed pistachios were a nice authentic Sicilian touch. Sfogliatelle were a bit disappointing. The filling was good, but the many...More
Great place for breakfast or lunch. The sausage calzone is a must. They have alot of Italian deserts like cannoli's, cookies, macaroons and homemade cibatta bread.
Their bread is incredible. If you like grilled sandwiches, take home a loaf of cibatta bread. Great for cubano sandwiches. The raspberry twists are worth the calories!
Lots of homemade Italian desserts from cookies to tirimisu. We found out they serve slices of pizza and sandwiches. The macaroons were wonderful.
Please stop at this hidden gem!!! This is honestly the best italian bakery in Colorado. Speaking from someone who knows the restraunt and who owns it, he is truly an artist. Franco and his team craft everything from scratch every single day! The most true...More