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Announcing a new era at the Villa Roma!!

by Teri Grooms on 06/04/12







West Harwich, MA………..Local restaurateur Harry Donovan, the originator of some of the Cape’s most iconic restaurants such as T Bones in Dennis and the Sou’wester in Chatham has sold his interest in the Villa Roma in West Harwich, MA. Harry’s longtime partner Chef Doug Morrissey will remain as the creative and culinary mastermind behind the home style Italian cuisine that we have all come to love here on the Cape. Joining husband and wife team, Doug and Jewels, as partner is Lee Anne Faxon. Lee, a longtime resident of Cape Cod, is finally realizing the dream of owning a successful restaurant and is excited to have the opportunity to join in this endeavor with her friend of over 20 years, Doug Morrissey. Together Doug and Lee will continue to carry on the great traditions of the Villa Roma and along the way create some new ones but as always – Good Friends, Good Food, Good Times! The Villa Roma is located at 278 Route 28, West Harwich, MA 02671. Open year round at 4:30pm. For Reservations of parties of 5 or more call 508-432-6868. www.villaromaonthecape.com. Follow us on facebook and twitter – VillaRomaMA!

Did you see the Great review of the Villa Roma in the Cape Cod Times?

by Teri Grooms on 04/27/12

Click here to go to the Cape Cod Times website to read the wonderful review of our little restaurant.  We are so blessed to have such a great staff and are looking forward to an exciting summer 2012 season!!  http://www.capecodonline.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20120426/ENTERTAIN/204270301/-1/ENTERTAIN04

We are all Ramped up!

by Teri Grooms on 04/17/12




Ramps also known as wild leeks, ramson, wood leek or wild garlic. Most popular in the rural south, where festivals celebrating the strange little plant abound, as well as in Quebec, Canada.
 Ramps resemble scallions and are characterized with larger flat light green leaves; the stem can be purple in color. They have a strong garlic and onion flavor and should be used sparingly. Ramps can be used in soups, fried with bacon and potatoes, scrambled with eggs, pickled and used in place of garlic and onions in recipes. 

Quebec ramps are a protected species. Special restrictions apply for the harvest of ramps in Canada. They are not allowed to be served in restaurants, as they are here in the U.S. and are for personal use only. Conservation groups in Maine, Tennessee and West Virginia have classified ramps as a species of special concern and may lead to restrictions on harvest. Ramps have a short season and can be found in markets from March to June or here at the Villa Roma now.

Check out our new website!!

by Teri Grooms on 03/16/12

Hi everyone,

We at the Villa Roma are pleased to show off our new redesigned website.  We hope that you enjoy the new upgraded design and that you will be able to find the answers to all of your questions.  Check out our menu, nightly specials and catering menu. The photo gallery gives everyone a glimpse of life here at the Villa Roma.

You can check out reviews or post your own reviews of our restaurant directly from the website onto TripAdvisor.com. 

Remember to follow us on Facebook and Twitter, and you will be in on all the latest specials, promotions or any of the fascinating going on's here at the Villa. 

If you can't find what you are looking for please feel free to contact us here on the website or call us directly at 508-432-6868.