I gathered from other reviews, stick with pasta.
The place is called "Pasta Bella." And it did not disappoint.
It was slightly haphazardly run, but just slightly.
The excellent food, freshly made pastas (ravioli and gnocchi), made everything fine, though.
The gnocchi was fluffy - indicative of freshly made goodness. If not freshly made, the pastas were excellently sourced. The sauces were delicious as well.
The bread was good, and the soups were even better.
The waiter showed up often, which is a feat in Alaska.
We sat outside, upstairs, and got a lovely view of the river. Downstairs has a picket fence around it, so no views there.
Just a tad weaker than Lavelle's Bistro, since it wasn't as cut and dry, but it trumped the Pump House & Chena's Alaskan Grille in food quality.
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