Restaurant Passion
Cafe Tivoli Ristorante
533 Shaler Boulevard
Ridgefield, NJ  07657

Tel: 201-941-5561
Fax: 201-941-6267
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Primary Cuisine:

Cuisines available:

  • Coffee and Desserts
  • Family Dining
  • Italian
  • Pasta
  • Salads
  • Sandwiches
  • Seafood
  • Shellfish
  • Soups
  • Steaks and Chops
  • TakeOut


  • Lunch
  • Dinner
  • Private Parties
  • Wedding Receptions
  • Corporate Functions

Reservations: Recommended

Liquor Lic: Yes

Atmosphere: Casual

Take Out: Yes

Smoking: No Smoking

Average Entree Price: $$

Handicap Accessible
Restaurant Description

The Stancato Family welcomes you to Cafe Tivoli. We want you to feel right at home as we serve you the freshest, healthiest, homemade food available. We’re sure you’ll find our friendly staff & moderate prices a refreshing change from the usual.

Make your party or affair extra-special with the delicious food and intimate atmosphere found only in our private party rooms. We’ll make your special occasion one to remember with our fine cuisine, friendly staff and moderate prices.

Accommodations for all your special functions:
· Intimate Weddings
· Rehearsal Dinners
· Showers
· Engagements
· Anniversaries
· Retirements
· Christenings
· Sweet 16’s
· Birthdays
· Graduations
· Office, Political and Social Functions.

The Origin of Tivoli:
Tivoli, a town of Rome Province, commands the principal natural route eastward from Rome across Italy. The site has been continuously occupied since prehistoric time. Originally an independent member of the Latin League and a rival of Rome, Tivoli early passed within the Roman orbit and attained fame and prosperity as a summer resort under the early Roman Empire. Among the many remains of wealthy Roman residences of this period in the immediate neighborhood are those of one that was subsequently acquired by the Emperor Hadrian to become the nucleus of his famous VillaTivoli is an important landmark in the history of architecture and is still among the most romantically impressive monuments surviving from antiquity. Surviving Roman monuments within the town are two well preserved temples overlooking the falls and substructures of the Great Temple of Hercules Victor. Nearby are stretches of aqueducts which served Rome. In Tivoli also is the Villa d’Este, steeply terraced down the slope alongside the medieval town, which was begun in 1550 by Pirro LiGorio for Cardinal Ippolito d’Este. Its gardens, a magnificent example of Renaissance landscape architecture, are unrivaled in the wealth and fantasy of their fountains.

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