Turn your evening into an awe-inspiring experience with a Dinner + Show Package. Cotuit Center for the Arts is pleased to partner with Villaggio Ristorante in Cotuit to offer a delicious pairing of dinner and entertainment that you won't soon forget.
Dinner + Show package is available for our main stage theater productions.
Dinner + Show packages can be purchased when buying tickets from our website, or by calling the Box Office at 508-428-0669. (Please note: This dinner package does not reserve premium theater seating, only general admission. Gratuity and alcoholic beverages are not included. Package must be ordered at least 24 hours in advance)
Bon appétit, and enjoy the show!
Three Course Dinner Menu
Per person, includes show ticket and dinner
(Gratuity,tax, and alcoholic beverages not included)
Stuffed Mushroom Caps
Salad or Soup
Mesclun Mixed Greens
New England Clam Chowder
Italian Wedding Soup
All of the following entrees are served with Starch and a Vegetable:
Chicken, Veal or Eggplant Parmigiana
Chicken or Veal Marsala
Grilled Salmon Florentine
Chicken or Veal Picatta
Please note: Dinner + Show packages must be ordered 24 hours in advance. Patrons are responsible for making their dinner reservations. Please make reservations between 5 and 5:30 PM (excluding the matinee) to allow ample time to enjoy the show. Please also present your receipt of dinner/show registration to your server upon arrival.
To make your dinner reservations, please call Villaggio at 508-428-5715.
Important: Please present your receipt from Cotuit Center for the Arts to your server at Villaggio upon arrival in order to redeem the package.
About Villaggio: A Culinary Journey
Delicious, authentic Italian food, prepared by a chef whose family's culinary history goes back four generations, and served in a charming 18th century Federal style building that is on the National Register of Historic Places: this is one restaurant that Cape Codders and vacationers alike should not miss!
Villaggio Ristorante in Cotuit is Chef Jay Bartolomei's new home for his restaurant, which he originally started in Falmouth in 2005. After successful years on Falmouth's Main Street, and winning New England Cable News TV Diners Gold Plate Award, Chef Jay is now enjoying the ambiance and the history of the Roland Thacher Crocker House on Route 28 in Cotuit.