La Dolce Vita respects the times; offers more choices
by Anthonette Klinkerman
La Dolce Vita has been a Castle Pines fixture for many years. The Italian restaurant hosts celebrations of every kind, from anniversaries to graduations, as well as provides meeting space for many non-profit groups and business gatherings. They are also integrated in the local community by regularly donating to the nearby schools and charities.
It should come as no surprise that such a progressive establishment would take into account the state of the economy when it comes to its patrons. In mid-July, General Manager Kirk Bliss and owner Ron Girardi unveiled a new menu with a new look and feel. In doing so, La Dolce Vita is giving customers more options.
Not to worry – the familiar villa courtyard décor remains, but Kirk and Ron want La Dolce Vita to be considered the neighborhood restaurant of the Castle Pines community, along with being a favored place for those special occasions.
The fare offered now includes new menu items for the valued–conscious diner. All the featured classics such as Veal La Dolce Vita, Piatti Di Mare, and Penne Rustica are still available, but newly added items such as house made veal meatloaf, stuffed pork chops, rosemary rotisserie chicken, and wood fired pizzas will all be offered. Also, all items on the menu can now be purchased a la carte if the customer desires, giving them further dining options.
Kids eat free on Sundays, something the restaurant has done for the last two years with great success.
This summer they are also offering dinner for two for $49.95 which includes an appetizer, entrée and dessert for each person.
Go to www.ladolcevitacastlepines.net to get for more details on this great dining option.
An expanded bar area allows for patrons to enjoy Happy Hour in more comfort, and the half price appetizers and drinks are but one more bonus at La Dolce Vita.
For more information, stop by the restaurant or call 303-663-3421