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From house cured meats to cheese platters with local honey to wood fire gourmet pizza, Enoteca's choices are sure to satisfy.
Ketchum, ID 83340
Italian, Wine Bar, Tapas / Small Plates
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Daily from 5:00pm - close (usually 9:30 - 10pm)
Sun Valley Road and Main Street
$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
While there is limited parking on Main Street there is generally always parking within a block of Enoteca.
Bar Dining, Beer, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Non-Smoking, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Enoteca Ratings and Reviews
We thoroughly enjoyed our dinner at Enoteca. The wine list is extensive yet they offer taste samples to help narrow down your choices. The food was superb. We shared the Romaine Hearts salad to start and had the Trout and the Pork Osso Bucco as our main dishes with a side order of the Brussel Sprouts. Everything was prepared perfectly and tasted delicious. We finished with the Winter Fruit Clafoutis and cappuccinos. Since it was identified as a birthday dinner when we made the reservation on Open Table, the dessert came with a lit candle!!
We are regulars at Enoteca, as well as Ketchum Grill and Town Square Tavern the other Restaurants of The Mason Family. The wines are curated by sommellier, Burke Smith, in all price ranges. The service and style are warm and impeccably efficient at all three restaurants. Enoteca is Italian-Mediterranean-comfort food. Mama’s Salad is a great starter, unless you are in the mood for a salami platter or cheese board to share. The full menu has something for every taste, but we always check the menu of nightly specials first and usually order there, but the full menu is great. We rarely order dessert, but they look great. You will definitely need a reservation. Can’t get one? Try calling Enoteca and ask for Adelaide Mason, or try Town Square Tavern (Paella!) or Ketchum Grill. Might see you there.
Early dinner during a ski vacation. We ordered a pizza entree and lasagna entree. The pizza was flavorful, the crust was crunchy (yum). The vegetable lasagna was bland and mushy.
I would recommend the pizza and the table next to us had the lamb shank and were very happy.
Guess it was an off night for the lasagna, but how can you screw up lasagna???
This dining experience was much improved from the last time we had dinner at Enoteca.
The attentiveness and service was much better than the previous experience.
If I was to mention one item which I believe would be an improvement, it would be not to have the seating so close. Space the tables out more. I had the feeling that I was dining with 4 people (2 of whom I did not know) not 1.
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