La Cava is Salisbury's Something Special
Travelers and locals love driving through Downtown Salisbury's historic district. With homes built more than a hundred years ago, onlookers can catch a glimpse of creative inspiration of the past. With architectural styles ranging from Italianate and Queen Anne to Jacobean and Spanish Mission, there is certainly plenty to take in. And in the midst of this community, located on the corner of S Church St and E Horah is the quaint, but beautiful La Cava restaurant owned by Gianni and Mona Moscardini. Originally built in 1897, much of the original structure still stands. The ambience created by the larger than life stained glass windows and white plaster walls transports guests to a time and place where the world seems to turn a little slower.
La Cava offers authentic Italian and Continental cuisine along with a vintage wine collection that is out of this world. With entrees averaging $20+ this is definitely a spot for special occasions and celebrations but let me tell you, it is worth every penny spent. When my partner and I wanted to celebrate our 15 year wedding anniversary, of course, La Cava was the perfect place.