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In a city where Italian menus often promise more than they deliver, chef Jason Stratton understands how something as demonstrably simple as a pasta can rise to great heights. His... Full review →
With the friendly service and dynamite grappa, amaro, and an Italian-focused wine selection, you likely won't mind paying the price, even if the restaurant is loud and small. Full review →
This little hole in the wall on Capitol Hill is the most authentic-feeling Italian restaurant in Seattle. Full review →
Spinasse's lofted ceilings and full-wall windows give it an airy feel. Rustic wood tables and lace curtains add a soft touch. Full review →
Behind the rather fussy lace curtains hides what is possibly the finest new restaurant in Seattle. Spinasse specializes in cuisine of the Piedmont region of northern Italy. Full review →
Nonhern ltaly's Piedmont region is the inspiration behind Spinasse, whose housemade artisan pasta-including tagliatelle with braised pheasant and huckleberries.
Definitely occasion dining, but a meal you won't soon forget. Full review →
In Seattle, a big bowl of hot pasta is a basic human right. Since we willingly choose to live in a place that is gray, moist, and slightly passive aggressive (and with many clouds of... Full review →
Piedmontese cuisine is the backbone of this rustic, open-kitchen restaurant in Capitol Hill. Full review →
Spinasse has become known around Seattle for luscious, toothsome handmade pastas. Also expect great antipasti and meats, served family style in a warm, comforting space. Full review →
Chef Jason Stratton turns to the Piedmont region for inspiration at his "must-try" Capitol Hill trattoria, where "attentive" servers deliver "delicate, sublime" (and "pricey") pastas. Full review →