On a recent crossing of the Canadian border after spending time in Spokane, I came across the small town of Trail, British Columbia. This little town has a unique look to it with homes built almost on top of each other in areas up the sides of the local hills. The town also has a rich mining history and that can be fun to explore too.
Enough stuff caught my eye in Trail that it soon became time to spend the night. After selecting some accommodations, it was time to find some dinner. A long road trip, without too many snacks for a change this time, had left me pretty hungry so I was looking for something more substantial.
I got a recommendation from one of the locals to give Amore’s Ristorante a try. A nice meal of pasta and bread appealed to my hunger at the time so off I went.
This is a very cute little Italian eatery. The restaurant is housed in a historic looking building, but once you go inside you immediately feel like you are in a high end establishment.
Not wanting to be too adventurous, I stuck with something familiar and ordered Chicken Alfredo. The chicken was cooked perfectly, as were the noodles. The creamy sauce was definitely close to some of the best I had ever had too. By the time I was full, I found I still had a good amount of food left over. A full to-go box meant that I could have that late night snack back at the motel.
Amore’s Ristorante in Trail is a surprising little Italian restaurant that is sure to please anyone lucky enough to venture inside.