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Eatuscany Caffe soft opened this past Thursday, reports Sactown Mag.

In addition to 12 gelato flavors using ingredients like pistachio, chocolate, lemon and watermelon, Eatuscany will offer panini, antipasti, salads and pasta dishes like pesto lasagna, and a dessert case full of traditional cake and pastry offerings like tiramisu, cannoli and sfogliatelle.

Read the entire post in Sactown Mag.

Eatuscany, which was originally scheduled to be opened in April, will be open daily at 11 a.m., and close Sunday to Thursday at 8 p.m., and stay open later until 9:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday nights.

You can check out their full menu here.

Eatuscany Cafe is located at 1801 L Street, and can be found online at EatuscanyCaffe.com.

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