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The lemon dill tuna salad sandwich ($10.30) showcases classic tuna salad with a punch of zest on multigrain bread. (Photos by Alyssa Groh/22nd Century Media)
ArrivaDolce baker Marilyn Stewart’s muffins, cookies, breads and scones keep customers coming back to the Highland Park cafe.
The cafe’s homemade hummus ($5.25 for small serving) comes with carrots and celery or chips for diners to grab a quick snack.
ArrivaDolce’s cinnayum pastry ($3) is a cross between a cinnamon bun and croissant.
The six-cheese garlic grilled cheese ($9) melts together mozzarella, provolone, cheddar, Parmesan and Romano cheeses with a slice of the customer’s choice of cheese.
The cafe’s signature hot chocolate comes in three sizes — 12 oz. ($3.85), 16 oz. ($4.35) and 20 oz. ($4.95).
The lemon bread ($3.35) is one of ArrivaDolce’s most popular baked goods.
Jason Addy, Contributing Editor
1:08 pm CST December 26, 2018

When friends and former business school classmates Amy Touchette and Julie Gross set their hearts on opening up their own coffee shop in 2010, they set their sights on becoming the go-to “neighborhood hangout.” 

Eight years later, all indications show Touchette, of Lake Villa, and Gross, of Wilmette, have done just that.