Caffe Molise recently reopened for dine-in dinner service, all “masked and gloved and scrubbed,” and also offers curbside takeout. Reservations are recommended, but not required. Caffe Molise is a large, multi-level restaurant so there’s plenty of room to spread out and enjoy owner/chef Fred Moesinger’s signature Italian cuisine.
Also recently reopened is the Caffe Molise patio and a new drinks menu to go along with it. Perfect for sipping on the patio (or indoors) during warm weather are the all new Raspberry Lemon Moscato Fizz, Fresh Strawberry Sangria and the Rickey Prmavera. Of course, Caffe Molise also sports an exceptional wine, beer and cocktail selection, as well as Italian cream sodas, flavored Pellegrinos, and more.
And, Caffe Molise’s sister destination, BTG Wine Bar, has also reopened with limited table seating to accommodate social distancing requirements. BTG’s new dinner & bites menu features Brick Chicken: pan-roasted crispy bone-in chicken breast with olive and apricot pan sauce, roasted rainbow carrots and basmati rice. It’s a perfect match with BTG’s Australian Riesling. And of course, BTG offers a stupendous wine selection including wine flights.
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Originally trained as an anthropologist, Ted Scheffler is a seasoned food, wine & travel writer based in Utah. He loves cooking, skiing, and spends an inordinate amount of time tending to his ever-growing herd of guitars and amplifiers.