Italian Restaurants in Pioneer Square

One Large Specialty or Three-Topping Pizza with an Optional Two-Liter Soda at Romio's Pizza (Up to 38% Off)

Romio's Pizza

Multiple Locations

$22.95 $16

Choose up to three toppings for your large pizza, or order a specialty pie, such as the feta-covered Plato's Special

Italian Cuisine at Branzino (50% Off). Two Options Available.

Branzino

Belltown

$40 $20

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Local produce, seafood, and meats transform into Italian dishes including oven-roasted branzino, wood-fired pizzas, and winter risotto

$45 for One Gift Card for Family-Style Italian Dining at Buca di Beppo ($50 Value)

Buca di Beppo

Multiple Locations

$50 $45

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Family-style servings of baked ziti, veal parmigiana, and other Italian-American staples served in festive restaurant setting

$60 for a Three-Course Chef's Tasting Menu for Two at That's Amore Italian Cafe ($60 Value)

That's Amore Italian Cafe

Seattle

$60 $60

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Appetizers such as pear salad, artisanal cheeses and salume preface entrees of wild boar ragu and handmade Tortellone, followed by dessert

$13 for $24 Worth of Pizza, Pasta, and Sandwiches at Alberona's Pizza & Pasta

Alberona's Pizza & Pasta

Adams

$24 $13

Italian and Greek flavors converge within 20 specialty pizzas sporting alfredo sauce, grilled chicken, feta cheese, and gyro meat

Italian Cuisine at Mondello Italian Restaurant (Up to 38% Off). Two Options Available.

Mondello Italian Restaurant

Southeast Magnolia

$50 $31

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Sicilian dishes of fresh seafood, pesto, and gnocchi served amid decor reminiscent of a seaside village

$11 for $20 Worth of Italian Food at Amante Pizza and Pasta

Amante Pizza and Pasta

Green Lake

$20 $11

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Italian staples include house-made pizzas topped with more than 50 ingredients, sauce-slathered pastas, and low-carb chicken options

$15 for $30 Worth of Pizza and Drinks at Bison Creek Pizza & Pub

Bison Creek Pizza & Pub

Burien

$30 $15

Amid the saloon ambiance of the historic Burien Theatre, enjoy gourmet pizzas, spaghetti with housemade meatballs, and pulled-pork grinders

Casual Italian Food at Pegasus Pizza & Pasta (Up to 50% Off). Three Options Available.

Pegasus Pizza & Pasta

Kirkland

$30 $18

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Casual Italian eatery serves plates of fettuccine, spaghetti, and cannelloni, as well as pizzas with toppings such as shrimp and artichokes

$2 Buys You a Coupon for 25% Off a Large or Family-Sized Pizza

Saucy Sisters Brick Oven Pizzeria

Vashon

$2 $2

For $2, receive a coupon for 25% off a large or family-sized pizza.

$22 for $40 Worth of Italian Cuisine at Firenze Ristorante Italiano

Firenze Ristorante Italiano

Bellevue

$40 $22

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Marinated quail, red snapper, and homemade gnocchi prepared with fresh basil and tomato sauce

$15 for $30 Worth of Italian Fare for Dinner at Girardi's Osteria

Girardi's Osteria Italiana

Edmonds

$30 $15

European-born chef follows family recipes to create almond-topped gnocchi, rigatoni with four-meat sauce, and grilled salmon with polenta

$13 for $24 Worth of Food at Acropolis Pizza and Pasta

Acropolis Pizza and Pasta

Everett

$24 $13

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Greek-pizza, oven-baked grinders, and barbecue rib and spaghetti combos served in a friendly, casual atmosphere

Italian Cuisine for Dine-In or Carryout at Trattoria Amante (40% Off)

Trattoria Amante

Olde Town

$30 $18

Family eatery dishes out cuisine such as tortellini alfredo, chicken pesto pizzas, meatball parmesan subs, and greek salads

Pizza, Pasta, and Grinders at Athens Pizza & Pasta (50% Off). Two Options Available.

Athens Pizza & Pasta

North Auburn

$10 $5

Award-winning pizzas are served alongside heaping plates of pasta, foot-long grinders, and salads

Italian Food for Lunch or Dinner at Joeseppi's Italian Ristorante (50% Off)

Joeseppi's Italian Ristorante

Westgate

$20 $10

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Hearty, old-school Italian favorites such as chicken parmigiana, five-layer lasagna with homemade marinara, and margherita pizza

Seasonal Italian Cuisine and Drinks for Dinner at Adriatic Grill (38% Off). Three Options Available.

Adriatic Grill

South Tacoma

$40 $25

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Seasonal, handmade Italian and Mediterranean cuisine served alongside top-shelf spirits and craft beers

Pizza Meal for Two or Four with 14" Specialty Pizzas, Breadsticks, and More at Steph's Pizza (Up to 41% Off)

Steph's Pizza

University Place

$28.97 $18

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Cooks make New York–style pies, such as the BBQ Chicken or Supreme, with house-made dough; bread sticks and cannolis accompany meals

$7 for $12 Worth of Pizza — Ferndale Pizza Co

Ferndale Pizza Co

Ferndale

$12 $7

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Select Local Merchants

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.

106 James St.
Seattle,
WA
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A sidewalk patio with shaded seating flanks Cafe Bengodi's corner façade, 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.

700 1st Ave
Seattle,
WA
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Salumi's house-cured meats "are as good as they get in Seattle (and, arguably, the world)"––at least, according to The Stranger. Of course, co-founder Armandino Batali thinks they're pretty good too. And he should know. Armandino––who also happens to be the father of famed TV chef Mario Batali––comes from a long line of Italians dedicated to preserving the culinary traditions of their homeland, and his grandfather even opened Seattle's first Italian foods store in Seattle, just a block away from where Salumi now sits. Still, you might wonder how Salumi's artisan-cured salami, prosciutto, coppa, and sopressata can compare to–-or even trump–-those made on Italian soil. For starters, there's the state-of-the-art curing facility, which Armandino–-a former process control engineer at Boeing––has custom designed with cutting-edge equipment that allows his business to utilize old world curing techniques without violating strict, modern-day food safety standards. Then, of course, there is the meat. Huge proponents of the slow food movement, the team at Salumi chooses only the best pigs from family farms across the country, including many raised right in the Pacific Northwest. Today, Batali and his wife and co-owner Marilyn share the business with their daughter and son-in law, who have expanded the operation to sell not only sandwiches and goods, but also to provide its quality cured meats to delis, restaurants, and homes everywhere. Besides sliced meats, the storefront also serves up specials such as homemade soups, pastas, and rotating specials, and can provide party platters and sandwich trays for nearly any event, except Charlotte's Web viewing parties.

309 3rd Ave S
Seattle,
WA
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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.

1 Yesler Way
Seattle,
WA
US

Il Terrazzo Carmine: A User's Guide

Italian Cuisine | International Wine List | Classic Fine Dining | Romantic Ambiance

Sample Menu

  • Appetizer: steak carpaccio with arugula and parmigiano reggiano
  • Pasta: linguine with fresh manila clams, chilies, garlic, and olive oil
  • Entree: osso buco
  • Dessert: housemade tiramisu

Inside Tips

  • Despite its white tablecloths and jacketed waiters, Il Terrazzo Carmine welcomes diners in business-casual attire.
  • During dinner, pasta is available in half portions to serve as a first course or lighter entree.

Vocab Lesson
Burrata: a ball of cheese consisting of a thin shell of mozzarella on the outside, and a rich blend of cheese curd and cream on the the inside. Derived from the Italian for “buttered” or “buttery”.
Tempranillo: a full-bodied, slightly spicy red wine made from Spain's most famous variety of grapes. It pairs best with simple meats and aged cheeses.

While You're in the Neighborhood
Before: Browse eerie tales and puzzling tomes at the Seattle Mystery Bookshop (117 Cherry Street).

After: Sip a cocktail made with Pacific Northwest spirits at The Forge Lounge (65 Marion Street).

411 1st Ave S
Seattle,
WA
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Antlers, wooden beer barrels, and exposed stone walls line The Lodge Sports Grille’s interior, where a bar crafted from rough-hewn wood shines like a showpiece. Behind it, custom wooden shelves stocked with top-shelf liquor and more than 70 beer taps drilled into stripped logs tempt thirsty patrons. The decidedly lodge-like feel of the restaurant spills over into the menu, which features hearty fare such as half-pound burgers, beer-battered halibut, and steaks aged for 28 days or placed in a time machine and sent 28 days into the future. Along its 40-foot solid maple bar top, patrons lounge sipping fresh, housemade sangria while viewing 60-inch flat-screen televisions which can be viewed from all angles of the house. Those eager to unwind in more natural surroundings may admire the roaring flames of The Lodge's double-sided stone fireplace during daily happy hour sessions and beyond.

166 South King Street
Seattle,
WA
US