The Local's Italian Restaurant
We opened daVinci's on July 24, 1996. Our concept was—and still is—simple: New York-style Italian, with a little bit of everything from the different regions of Italy. Consistency is the cornerstone of our food and service. Many of our employees have been with us for the long haul (Doug Neff 22 years, Charles Browning 21 years, Dave LePard 15 years, and Andrew Alburger 13 years), which in no small way contributes to our philosophy of providing a reliably good dining experience.
DaVinci’s has been in the same location at 17 W. Bullion St. for more than 20 years. The "cozy cottage" is about 100 years old (no one knows for sure) and holds a special place in the history of Hailey. The building has previously been home to everything from a flop house to a free store to multiple restaurants.
From the start, our goal has always been for daVinci’s to be known as “the Local's Italian Restaurant.” We make as much as we can in our own kitchen and we know most of our customers by name. We keep our prices reasonable, include a delicious salad and bread with every entrée, and ensure that no one leaves hungry.
The restaurant is open for dinner at 5 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday and we are closed Monday and Tuesday—the very same hours we’ve kept since day one.
We hope you’ve enjoyed dining with us at daVinci's, and we look forward to seeing you again soon. If you haven’t yet joined us for dinner, what are you waiting for? Ask anyone around town and they’ll tell you why daVinci's is "the locals’ Italian restaurant.”