CHATHAM, NJ - Cafe Roma was officially welcomed to Chatham this week with a ribbon-cutting at the restaurant located at 250 Main St., the former home of D.J. Crater.
Chatham Borough Mayor Bruce Harris welcomed the Calabrese brothers, Johnny and Nino, who opened in Chatham July 10. Cafe Roma serves up homemade ravioli and pasta for their customers, along with seafood and steak dishes.
The owners are of Albanian descent and came to America from Italy in 1990. They opened their first restaurant in Hunterdon County in 1995. In 2012, they opened Fiore's Italian Restaurant in Morristown, which they still operate.
Cafe Roma is open 4:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. Sunday's hours are 4 to 9. The restaurant is closed on Monday.
For reservations call 973-635-0088.