Boca Raton, FL (PRWEB) August 19, 2014
The Carvelli family, proprietors of the new DaVinci’s restaurant at Boca Town Center, share a cherished memory from their childhoods in Mesoraca, Italy, when the entire family and friends sat at the table to share meals and conversation.
Brothers Luigi, Sal, and Francesco, with cousins Adamo and Francesco, recreated the same atmosphere of warmth combined with great food and hospitality when they opened the first DaVinci’s restaurant on Marco Island on Florida’s Gulf Coast in 1996. Recognized as one of the area’s finest dining experiences, guests credit DaVinci’s popularity to outstanding service, authentic preparations, and the freshest ingredients.
When DaVinci’s of Boca opens in early September at the Town Center Mall in Boca Raton, brothers Luigi and Francesco will welcome guests with the same genuine hospitality and outstanding food that built their excellent reputation. “This is our first expansion from our original location,” says Luigi Carvelli. “My family is confident that DaVinci’s provides Boca residents and visitors with the exceptional service, surroundings, and quality they expect where the owner is always available and ready to serve.”
The extensive menu offers traditional favorites in addition to innovative selections that reflect the creativity of DaVinci’s modern kitchen. Guests choose from classic preparations or more inventive interpretations of appetizers, soups, salads, fresh pasta, meat, fish, lighter fare, and simply grilled items. Prices for lunch range from around $8-$29 and from $8-$48 for dinner. Dietary restrictions, including gluten-free and special requests, are always accommodated.
The Carvelli family demands the freshest ingredients for every recipe including only fresh pasta made daily. “We imported our pasta machine direct from Italy because fresh pasta is the only pasta good enough for our guests,” states Carvelli.
The interior of DaVinci’s, created by Megan Carvelli, mirrors the combination of tradition and innovation on the menu. The design is warm and inviting with unique touches and modern accents. The dining area allows ample room for movement while still creating intimate spaces with booths and tables. A wine vault with expansive windows holds 3,500 bottles of rare and popular vintages, each expertly selected by cousin Adamo, a respected sommelier. A private event room for up to 40 guests boasts a coffered wood ceiling and rustic crystal and iron chandeliers. The sixty-foot long bar handcrafted from solid Wisconsin pine is the focal point of the spacious lounge that extends to the comfortable outside patio. The wood for the bar was harvested from land dating back to Megan’s great grandfather.
As a reminder of their heritage, framed portraits of the Carvelli family, past and present, adorn the walls, watching over satisfied guests enjoying authentic cooking around the table. Anyone in the family will proudly point them out.
DaVinci’s will be open from 11:00 a.m. – 11:00 p.m. daily, with the bar remaining open late.
For further information, contact Larry Hotz, (914) 329-0847.