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From checked tablecloths and red sauce to upscale osso buco, Voice Places is Seattle’s guide to Italian cuisine. Type in a restaurant name, search by neighborhood, or browse our hundreds of professional reviews and user reviews to find the place that’s perfect for you!

Italian in Seattle

  • Via Tribunali
    913 E. Pike St. | Capitol Hill

    The Capitol Hill brainchild of Caffé Vita founder Mike McConnell, Via Tribunali was founded to bring authentic Neapolitan pizza to the Northwest, so it's ironic that the pizza is the least... More on Via Tribunali »

  • Armandino's Salumi
    309 Third Ave. S. | International District

    Dining at Salumi is all about planning. Slump in without preparation and you're liable to stand in the cold for an hour. For the uninitiated, that's not a typo. Armandino Batali's cured meats in... More on Armandino's Salumi »

  • Cafe Juanita
    9702 N.E. 120th Place | Kirkland

    Despite the fact that Holly Smith has won every accolade imaginable, including a spot on the 2006 Gourmet list of best restaurants in America, her kitchen delivered one of the worst dishes I've... More on Cafe Juanita »

  • LloydMartin
    1525 Queen Anne Ave. N. | Queen Anne

    LloydMartin, a thoroughly manly joint named for owner Sam Crannell's grandfathers, is a kind of haute-cuisine hangout, where folks can repair for a glass of wine or plate of pasta without first... More on LloydMartin »

  • Branzino
    2429 2nd Ave. | Belltown

    Branzino comes off like a handsome older man, charming without trying too hard. The upscale Italian restaurant in Belltown is always crowded in the evenings, drawing as many loudmouthed... More on Branzino »

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  • Machiavelli
    1215 Pine St. | Capitol Hill

    This is a full-on New York-style neighborhood Italian joint transplanted to Capitol Hill, with the vinyl tablecloths, waitresses who make you save your fork for your next course, and the... More on Machiavelli »

  • Via Tribunali
    4306 Fremont Ave. | Fremont

    The brainchild of Caffe Vita founder Mike McConnell, Via Tribunali, with locations in Fremont, Capitol Hill, Queen Anne and Georgetown, was founded to bring authentic Neapolitan pizza to the... More on Via Tribunali »

  • Cascina Spinasse
    1531 14th Ave. | Capitol Hill

    Pasta is still the focus of this neighborhood trattoria. Jason Stratton, who originally worked with Justin Niedermeyer to launch Spinasse, is its new chef and inspiration. Whether you order... More on Cascina Spinasse »

  • Il Corvo
    217 James St. | Downtown

    There's no shortage of great meals within walking distance of Seattle Weekly's downtown offices, and Il Corvo--serving weekday lunches only--is no exception, even after their recent move from... More on Il Corvo »

  • The Pink Door
    9 reviews
    1919 Post Alley | Pike Place Market

    With its perch above Pike Place Market and a menu studded with salads and risottos, the 30-year old Pink Door has all the trappings of a destination for ladies who lunch. It's pretty tough to beat... More on The Pink Door »

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