From tortoni's to the Gymnase Theatre similar things took place.
(You can get them that way at tortoni's)—Write, if you please!
The coffee that was made was hardly such as one gets at tortoni's, but it was refreshing, nevertheless.
At tortoni's and the Café Anglais, not a glimmer is visible.
Young Veloni brought with him his friend tortoni, an industrious and intelligent man.
Does tortoni ever give his customers a repast they enjoy more?
Bastringuette walked away; and the young men separated, promising to meet in front of tortoni's at the same hour the next day.
The sumptuous cafs tortoni founded in 1798 and de Paris opened 1822 have long since passed away.
It was at tortoni's that he had made the acquaintance of Dubourg.
tortoni's, the last survivor of whose founders died only the other day, has its historical reminiscences.
a rum- or sherry-flavored frozen Italian dessert of ice cream or whipped cream, topped with chopped macaroons, cherries, or almonds; also called biscuit tortoni
for Italian café owner in Paris who created it