A little more than a century ago, many of Seattle’s Italian immigrants settled along Rainier Avenue from McClellan to Atlantic Street, creating an enclave known as Garlic Gulch. They cooked, worshipped, and lived largely within its confines until 1940, when the new interstate highway sliced the neighborhood in half. But Garlic Gulch's decline didn't come without a silver lining: as a result, Seattle's Italian-Americans spread to other parts of the city—and took their cuisine with them. Today, there's no shortage of Italian dining options all across Seattle, whether you're in search of dinner and a show at Pike Place Market or artisan salamis in North Titusville.Read More
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