Italian Restaurants in Pioneer Square


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  • Pizza Pro
    Pizza Pro's cheesy goodness cannot be beat — this mellow establishment has perfected the art of pizza. No need to miss out on Pizza Pro just because you are avoiding fat or gluten. The pizzeria has tons of options that can accommodate your dietary needs. Eat out with the little ones at Pizza Pro, and don't waste time scurrying for a sitter. Got the whole gang with you? Pizza Pro is a great pick for large parties. Be sure to check out Pizza Pro's outdoor seating when the climate is right. You can also grab your food to go. null You'll find your bill at Pizza Pro to be more than reasonable, with most meals costing less than $15.
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    104 Occidental Ave S
    Seattle, WA US
  • Marcela's Creole Cookery
    Marcela's Creole Cookery uproots the definitive flavors of authentic New Orleans cuisine and Cajun fare and packs them into a menu brimming with robust seasonings and exotic meats, as mentioned by Seattle Weekly contributor A.J. Tigner. With 30 combined years in the restaurant world, Marcela's owners have created an inviting eatery that pays homage to the Big Easy with vibrant, playful colors showcased in contemporary artwork. Red-clothed tables coddle piping-hot platters of creole delicacies, including muffaletta po boys, hearty gumbos, and fried ocean critters such as shrimp, alligator, and crawfish from Poseidon's personal crustacean collection.
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    106 James St.
    Seattle, WA US
  • Il Corvo Pasta
    Il Corvo Pasta only opens for lunch on weekdays, but if you can spare a midday break, Chef Mike Easton will make it worth your while. His only guarantee, however, is that the pasta and charcuterie are handmade using local, seasonal ingredients—beyond that, his daily changing menus are a tasty mystery.
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    217 James Street
    Seattle, WA US
  • Seattle's Little Italy
    A sidewalk patio with shaded seating flanks Cafe Bengodi's corner fa?ade, appealing to passersby with promises of authentic Italian cuisine and al fresco dining. Chefs deliver on this promise by doling out antipasti rich with cheeses and salamis, then cooking mounds of homemade pastas and fresh Neapolitan pizzas. Espresso, beer, and wine accent the meal and allow patrons to propose toasts as a subtle way to drop a hint that they need a new toaster.
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    700 1st Ave.
    Seattle, WA US
  • Che Sara Sara
    Luigi DeNunzio spent his boyhood at the markets of Brindisi, a port city located on the heel of Italy's boot. Surrounded by a redolent rainbow of fruits, vegetables, breads, meat, and fish, it was only a matter of time before he became passionate about food. When Luigi moved to Seattle, he brought that ardor for Italian cuisine with him, eventually opening three restaurants. Che Sara Sara is the latest sister in his culinary network, which so far includes Al Boccalino and Caf? Bengodi. At Che Sara Sara, Luigi continues to expand his own skillful interpretation of Italian classics, building upon a foundational love of food that first emerged when he was a child.
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    222 1st Avenue South
    Seattle, WA US
  • Al Boccalino
    Growing up in the Italian port town of Brindisi, Luigi DeNunzio frequented the colorful outdoor markets with his father. Surrounded by stalls bursting with local produce, meat, fish, and dairy, Luigi discovered his love of rustic cuisine composed from the freshest regional ingredients. After immigrating to Seattle in 1977, Luigi amassed experience in both cooking and business while working at a handful of the city's Italian restaurants. In 1989, he opened Al Boccalino, where tables covered in white linen host plates of hearty Italian fare. Since then, Luigi has expanded his oeuvre to include cooking classes as well as a second, more casual eatery, Caf? Bengodi.
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    1 Yesler Way, Ste 100
    Seattle, WA US

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