Delicious panini and an amazing selection of beers. The old downtown atmosphere brings you back to a simpler time.
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I wanted to love this place. Great atmosphere. One cook and one waitress. The people couldn't be friendlier. We had to modify our order based on what the gad available. The menu is italian, not mainstream, ie meatballs were not available. The table service was...More
Went here based on recommendation of friends. Good selection of beer and other beverages. Waitress (?owner) friendly and made several recommendations. Takes time to get your food as it is all freshly made. Plan to sit back and relax. Enjoyed the sandwiches on fresh crusty...More
Good food and atmosphere, but food a bit pricey and the sodas taste old and flat... agin great food and desserts, but pricey
This place used to be a bustling cafe, popular with the locals with beautiful art on the walls, local producers highlighted, books upstairs, mini gallery, wine tastings, etc. I haven't been back in 5 years and the place has drastically changed with the new owners...More
i ordered a grilled turkey and swiss sandwich. took a long time to fix but was worth the wait. the decor is very relaxing and the owners are very friendly. worth the stop.
It was a pleasant surprise to discover Caffe Peroni managed by a husband and wife team. It is hard to categorize the venue. It is a combination of a bakery, deli, ice-cream parlor, and bistro in a charming old building. The bread baked at the...More
Stopped by mid afternoon on a Saturday while travelling from Asheville to home. Parked off the main street in a municipal lot at the farmers market pavilion. Enter through what turned out to be the back door and I think we surprised the owner. He...More
Caffe Perini is a little gem hidden away in South Boston. Chef and owner Saul did everything he could to make our dinner special. There were 7 of us and we had some gluten free and vegetarian orders, so he tailored our orders to fit...More