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lonegirl
08-17-2011, 12:02 PM
Anyone know if there is a quick-service or bakery-type place in Italy in Epcot for a good cannoli? Or maybe Downtown Disney??

disneyplanningdad
08-17-2011, 12:06 PM
Tutto Italia has them in the Kiosk.

And..
"Leave the gun. Take the Cannoli"

Sorry couldn't resist the Godfather reference.

lonegirl
08-17-2011, 12:13 PM
Tutto Italia has them in the Kiosk.

And..
"Leave the gun. Take the Cannoli"

Sorry couldn't resist the Godfather reference.



I may get that tattooed somewhere on myself
I ate a cannoli a night when I was pregnant, and they are no easy find in Houston:rotfl2:

Bearybear
08-17-2011, 12:17 PM
I may get that tattooed somewhere on myself
I ate a cannoli a night when I was pregnant, and they are no easy find in Houston:rotfl2:

I grew up in NY, and the first time I ordered a cannoli here in Minnesota, it was filled with whipped cream and not cheese. Ick!

The cannoli from Tutto Italia are pretty good. Not great, but good.

disneyplanningdad
08-17-2011, 01:59 PM
My New York family refuses to eat any italian outside of New York. It took some convincing before they agreed to a restaurant in Boston. They loved it. But We avoid it llike thplaugue in WDW.

DianeW
08-17-2011, 02:56 PM
Tutto Italia has them in the Kiosk.

And..
"Leave the gun. Take the Cannoli"

Sorry couldn't resist the Godfather reference.

That phrase is uttered with startling regularity in my house. :rotfl: And the cannoli at Tutto Italia are....adequate. If you need a fix or you've lived too far from any decent cannoli in recent memory, then go for it. But they are not my Nona's cannoli...that's for sure. LOL

TDC Nala
08-17-2011, 03:03 PM
If you're looking for really good cannoli, fuhgeddabout it. But they do have half decent ones, and when the Via Napoli window is open they have been sellling them there.

disneyplanningdad
08-18-2011, 03:48 PM
That phrase is uttered with startling regularity in my house. :rotfl: And the cannoli at Tutto Italia are....adequate. If you need a fix or you've lived too far from any decent cannoli in recent memory, then go for it. But they are not my Nona's cannoli...that's for sure. LOL

Anyone who is called Nona, by definition makes great canolis and "gravy" too, (that's "sauce" to all of you not familiar with the lingo of a wonderful Italian grandmother.

jayyyloooo
08-18-2011, 04:33 PM
Anyone who is called Nona, by definition makes great canolis and "gravy" too, (that's "sauce" to all of you not familiar with the lingo of a wonderful Italian grandmother.

Wow! I've never heard anyone outside of the small Italian town I grew up call it "gravy" :rotfl: Everyone always looks at me like I'm crazy when I say that! Good to know we aren't the only ones! :lmao:

zuly
08-18-2011, 04:46 PM
Yes there is a kiosk outside near the "burro" with a cart statue just in front of the store!
As pp said good but not great ,mine was too cold (refrigerated) for my liking.
Good snacking around WS!
:hippie:

dansyr2514
08-18-2011, 07:42 PM
Wow! I've never heard anyone outside of the small Italian town I grew up call it "gravy" :rotfl: Everyone always looks at me like I'm crazy when I say that! Good to know we aren't the only ones! :lmao:

I grew up in a small Italian community in PA and we also call it gravy.

DianeW
08-18-2011, 08:41 PM
Anyone who is called Nona, by definition makes great canolis and "gravy" too, (that's "sauce" to all of you not familiar with the lingo of a wonderful Italian grandmother.

Yes, we only eat gravy in my house. I grew up in Delaware, but have since moved out west. Imagine the looks of shock and horror on the faces of my Rocky Mountain friends when I tell them they're having gravy and macaroni for dinner. :scared1: I can't resist saying it. :lmao: