Over 60 years of history mean that this pastry shop has solid roots and undisputed expertise. The Ton family’s Pasticceria Dolomiti immediately stands out for its unconventional atmosphere, tastefully furnished with vintage objects. And the rich, interesting assortment churned out by their kitchen, which also supplies the Caffè Commercio (in centrally located Piazza Flaminio, in Serravalle) will also win you over. Craftsmanship is the watchword when it comes to a selection of products that successfully spans multiple sectors: carefully produced pastries (fresh, dry, savory), ice cream and chocolate. Their display case and shelves are overflowing with delights: about thirty types of mini pastries (even a simple fruit tart delivers satisfaction when it’s prepared well, as is the case here), baked goods for breakfast (delicious pistachio croissants, sumptuous and generously filled krapfen donuts) and many “credenza” sweets (they’ll keep well in your pantry and make a great gift idea). In their pleasant summer garden, a blackboard announces the flavors of ice cream available, including original combinations like almond and lemon, or mascarpone and pomegranate. There are also commendable classic, modern and “credenza” cakes, like Pecan Pie with nuts and chocolate. It’s worth stopping in around the holidays, when you’ll find plenty of delicious, seasonal creations. Friendly and well-prepared service.