Caci brings wood fire and homemade pasta to Eagle


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CACi Wood-Fired Sicilian Grill just opened this week in Eagle, fusing Greek, Mediterranean and Italian flavors for diners.

The restaurant started serving diners just in time for the holiday season rush and features house-made pasta and a wood-fired grill in an open setting. It is located adjacent to the Taziki’s Cafe on Riverside Drive near State St.

CACi (pronounced kaw-chee) features a traditional Italian-style menu, with pizzas, salads, plates of pasta, meat-focused dishes, and desserts.  The fare is generally lighter than you might find on a vacation to the Central European Country. 

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The wine list is extensive and focused around bottles imported from Italy.

CACi is owned by Dale Willman and CJ Cacioppo who also head up Rembrandt’s Coffee House nearby.  The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner, plus features a happy hour from 3pm-5pm.

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