Italian Restaurants in Junction


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  • Pizzeria Credo
    After successfully overseeing popular restaurants in the DC area, Jacques Nawar moved west, settling down in Seattle to open up a pizza shop––but not just any pizza shop. Everything at Pizzeria Credo bursts at the seams with a rustic Italian sensibilities. Warm, brassy light cascades upon diners as they bite into crisp, bubbly slices of pizza fresh from the Stefano Ferrar. This Neapolitan-made, wood-fired oven is outfitted with a plate of authenticity and protected by magic words known only to professional pizzaioli. The pizza menu is composed of colorful combinations of toppings, such as the tricolor margherita with creamy mozzarella and San Marzano tomatoes or the zesty puttanesca with anchovy, capers, and hot pepper. But there is more to the restaurant's modus operandi than just pies. Guests break toasted bread over bowls of white-wine-steamed mussels and clams, or whet their appetites with salads made from local organic greens and roasted beets.
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    4520 California Avenue Southwest
    Seattle, WA US
  • Pagliacci Pizza
    Dress down for your next pizza party — Pagliacci Pizza serves a low-key slice. Delectable pizzas and pastas feature prominently on the pizzeria's menu. If you're avoiding fat or gluten, you can still eat well at Pagliacci Pizza, which offers a number of low-fat and gluten-free choices. Bring your whole brood to Pagliacci Pizza, where families can dig in to tasty and kid-friendly fare together. Feed the gang at your next get-together with catering from Pagliacci Pizza as well. null Most items on the menu are reasonably priced, so expect to spend around $30 per person at Pagliacci Pizza.
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    4449 California Ave SW
    Seattle, WA US
  • Talarico's
    In Focus: Talarico’s Pizzeria Specialty: hand-tossed, East Coast–style pizzas with gourmet toppings Most melodic slice: the Sinatra with sausage, pepperoncinis, and olives Most cinematic slice: the Coppola with goat cheese and roasted peppers Best time to get cheap slices: daily happy hour (3 p.m. to 6 p.m. and 11 p.m. to 1 a.m.) Seattle Times recommends this: the penne alla vodka, which it called “divine and memorable” Best dish for vegan and gluten-free diners: personal pizza made with gluten-, dairy-, and egg-free ingredients Only this age group’s allowed after 10 p.m.: 21 and over
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    4718 California Ave SW
    Seattle, WA US
  • Papa Murphys Take n Bake
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    4730 42nd Ave SW
    Seattle, WA US
  • Highstrike Grill
    Plucking a wealth of ingredients from local vendors, the culinary team at Highstrike Grill puts together pub and comfort food classics almost entirely from scratch. Cilantro-lime, sweet-potato fries accompany hand-cut Angus ribeyes with creamy, bleu-cheese chive butter. Finally breaking the lunch-dinner stranglehold on the American classic, Highstrike Grill unapologetically serves the breakfast burger, a half-pound of Angus beef topped with sliced ham, an over-hard egg, and hollandaise mayo. Along with breakfast-inspired mains, the cooks take to the grill to whip up breakfast every weekend with creative entrees like Belgian waffles with bacon cooked into the center. Steamy cups of Torrefazione Italia Coffee can complement those a.m. feasts, while bartenders can pair dinners with local and domestic beer and wine.
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    4505 39th Avenue Southwest
    Seattle, WA US
  • Spiro's Pizza and Pasta
    Spiro’s serves up a decidedly Italian menu focused on pizza and pasta, but gives plenty of winks and nods to the neighboring cuisine of Greece in the process. With Mediterranean pizza toppings such as shrimp, feta, artichoke hearts and Greek olives on offer alongside the usual pepperoni and sausage, the restaurant’s pies are available for sit down dining or as a takeout option. Pastas, calzones and hearty salads – including a traditional Greek salad – round out a menu that’s topped off with tiramisu and double chocolate fudge cake. Spiro’s comfortable corner setting in West Seattle is easily accessible for diners of all ages, with the telltale Spiro’s red neon sign pointing the way to the small eatery’s entrance. If you can’t find a seat here, take away is always an option, as are the two other Seattle-area Spiro’s locations across town.
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    3401 California Ave SW
    Seattle, WA US