1800 E Fort Lowell Rd #168, Tucson
Great great place. Food...... Perfect!!!! Everyone needs to eat here.
Absolutely terrible, the food is gross as hell the owner and his wife dont have taste buds, EVERYTHING IS SMOTHERED IN GARLIC, Basically you're gonna get the greasiest nastiest food ever, I had the Escargo Tasted like a garlic Flavored Tire, the owners are literally falling apart the food is a negative 10. The seating arrangement is quite uncomfortable, I mean how hard is it to put cushions on the chairs outside felt like I was sitting on a Sewer Grate, and worst of all they think they're always right trust me people your food is gutter trash
Took our daughter to early dinner for her birthday. She said that the tiramisu was the best she had ever had. I agree!
A cute intimate place. The service was good and attentive. The food was delicious and we had a bonus by having the bartender/owner (Harry) join us at our table near the end with some great conversation. Highly recommend this place.
Wow, very nice service and wine, but that's where it stops.. The bread was stale, bruchetta was lacking in flavor, chicken parm total disappointment soggy breading, overcooked pasta (anyone heard of Al Dente')?? Salads were ho hum. Daughter had ravioli, essentially Chef boyardy. Wife did not enjoy her chicken picatta either said the capers were like chunks of salt, the rest was blah. Oh well $100 down the drain.
just had lunch there today. eggplant parmesan, it was fabulous!!!!
Poor quality food prepared by an incompetent cook. Service was fine. Will never go back.Here is my response to the owner’s response:Maybe if you put as much thought into your food as you do your virtue signaling you could provide a decent meal. I’m sure the cook is a very nice person, it doesn’t mean that they know how to properly cook chicken for fettuccine Alfredo. Perhaps I should have said “underwhelming dining experience prepared by a person that unfortunately was never taught how to cook properly.”#factsdontcareaboutyourfeelings
First time visit for lunch. Open for dining in. Visited 5 other restaurants (Oriental) in local area ALL w no dine in, to go only. Appreciate Dolce Vita open and welcoming. Promptly filled our glasses w ice and water, presented menus. Nice atmosphere w linens. and flatware. Wife ordered lasagna which came w fresh bread and side salad, half brought home. I ordered a Gyro which came w frys or salad. Both salads were fresh and had very good in house dressings. Bottle domestic beer $3.50, wine and full bar available also. Moist lemon cake (1 of four fresh desserts presented table side) we split between us. At about $33.00 I thought this was a reasonable price for very good entrees inc side, dessert and a beer. Looking forward to returning. A note to those restaurants keeping their dining rooms closed, your customer base will remember and may not return. I would not have tried Dolce but will definitely return when opportunity presents itself and in the neighborhood.
We took out 2 chicken parmigiana dinners and were blown away! Being from NY our expectations are high. We've eaten here before CV and enjoyed it but were skeptical about take out. All of that was for naught. Our dinners were beyond delicious. Great salad and dressings, delicious and abundant bread and fantastic chicken and pasta. We highly recommend!
Delicious fresh homemade food with large portions. Great cozy feel with warm friendly service.
I love the small, intimate feel of Dolce Vita, as well as wonderful food and wine. A great place to eat!
Went there last night and it was not crowded-teased my dining companion about shutting down the restaurant so we could have it all to ourselves! The bistro is adorable, our server was attentive without being a stalker and the food was excellent! What more does one need? Oh a perfectly chilled Prosecco! I will be back
Outstanding food, exceptional service. Small location but big flavors. Never had a bad meal here. The lamb is falling off the bone and the veal was tender and delicious. The linguini and white clam sauce was fantastic!
Fantastic little hidden spot. I make it a point to eat here every time I visit Tucson. Excellent food. Cannot recommend this place enough. Great Italian food and great staff.
I loved this restaurant when they were located at Pantano and Broadway. But rent increases forced them to move. For over a year I hoped they would reopen. Finally my prayers were answered. I think I've tried the eggplant parmigiana at all the restaurants in Tucson and non have come close to perfection as Dolche Vita. The rest of the menu items are just as delicious, hands down, in my humble opinion. I highly recommend this restaurant. Service is great, but the food is spectacular.!!
1800 E Fort Lowell Rd #168, Tucson, AZ 85719