Vail Valley Restaurants


Zino Ristorante


Zino Ristorante Review

This new sister restaurant to Vail's famed Sweet Basil has quickly earned a loyal fan base for its house-made pastas and wood-fired pizzas and grills. The ravioli is filled with Maine lobster, ricotta, and fennel, and there's a delicious fettuccine topped with slow-cooked wild boar Bolognese and house-made pancetta. Also consider the seared diver scallops with an heirloom-cauliflower ragu. The two-story restaurant has a large bar, ideal for lighter bites or a cocktail. In summer, dine alfresco on the riverside patio or keep busy with a game of bocce on the regulation-size court.

    Restaurant Details

  • No lunch.
Updated: 10-02-2013

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