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Cafe Pettopia’s Italian sausage sandwich ($12.50) pairs Luigi Manfredini’s handmade sausage with grilled green peppers. Photos by Jason Addy/22nd Century Media
The cafe’s homemade tortellacci ($16.95) are filled with spinach, ricotta, parmigiano and cream cheese and served with tomato sauce.
Diners can also get Cafe Pettopia’s tortellacci ($16.95) topped with a meat sauce.
Finish the meal with the cafe’s gourmet French toast ($9.95) topped with bananas, toasted walnuts, brown sugar and cinnamon.
Brittany Kapa, Contributing Sports Editor
12:15 am CST November 16, 2018

Mike Pettorelli created his own version of a culinary utopia 10 years ago in Highwood. 

Pettorelli, owner and head chef of Cafe Pettopia, has spent the last 30 years perfecting his culinary skills and is now serving up a mix of fan-favorite dishes with classic family recipes to area residents at his Highwood restaurant. 

He created a menu that caters to both sweet and savory palettes, and one where customers can easily find a dish to satisfy any craving.