Boise, Idaho is not only the state’s largest city, but it’s the cultural capital as well. With a rather diverse culinary scene that combines innovative approaches towards cooking and the best cooking traditions of the Northwest, Boise has plenty of restaurants for nearly any taste in food and many romantic restaurants for the perfect night out. The city offers a variety of cuisines ranging from Italian and American fare to Japanese and Basque.
ÀLAVITA focuses on local ingredients and freshly made pasta created daily from fresh local farm eggs and Northwest flour, ranging from Linguini and Rigatoni to Pappardelle and Tortellini. The restaurant boasts that it offers “Locally Inspired Italian” due to the fact it sources its ingredients for its simple, yet elegant Italian dishes from the Treasure Valley and Northwest regions. ÀLAVITA is open for dinner seven days a week starting at 5:00pm, however, the bar opens an hour earlier at 4:00pm. The restaurant includes a full bar, along with an extensive wine list and decent beer selection.Read the Full Article