Trattoria Aroma began as a humble Italian-inspired caffA(C) on Main Street in Williamsville, NY in 1993. While perfecting the art of espresso ... More
Trattoria Aroma began as a humble Italian-inspired caffA(C) on Main Street in Williamsville, NY in 1993. While perfecting the art of espresso beverages and Italian pastries, owners Dave Cosentino and Gerry Clementi began traveling to Italy. These trips created a desire to serve their customers more than cappuccino and tiramisu. In 1999 Trattoria Aroma was opened next to the already popular CaffA(C) in Williamsville. Since then the caffe has closed but Trattoria Aroma lives on as the standard for Italian cuisine in the suburbs of Buffalo.
Nice place, good food. Staff wine selection was a great pick to match 2 very different meals. The above CON comment on the desserts is way crazy. Dessert I thought was THE best of the whole experience, which included good food, wine and dessert. Dessert was tip top...worth snagging alone!!
Everyone we know loves this little taste of Italy. The food, from the aroma to the taste, just can't be found anywhere else in this city. They have a extensive wine bar and you can buy the wine two doors down. The remodeling job they did for the coffee and dessert cafe is just so tastefully done. I have no cons about the restaurant, although I have heard people comment about the wait, but I enjoy this time at the wine bar where you can sample different wines and if you are not sure, they will recommend one that your palate will enjoy. We just love the food and atmosphere!
If you want to have some coffee and dessert or maybe just a light lunch but don't want to wait to get into the Trattoria itself, why not try the newly renovated cafe next door? The new pastry chef has introduced a lot of interesting new desserts, and the decor is elegant while still surprisingly comfortable. The coffee, as always, is fantastic and the staff is pleasant. The only drawback is that some of the desserts seem to be appealing to a limited palate and appear unappetizing to my eye. Still, I can usually find something I enjoy.
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