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Seattle Italian Restaurant Menus

Seattle Italian Restaurants Italian can mean very different dishes depending on the region on which the chef chooses to prepare his/her meals. Traditional Italian has a greater likelihood of focusing on seafood rather than meats or pastas. Tuscany is well known for some of the world’s greatest olives and olive oils. It is also well known for its meats. Marche is know for seafood, cheese, truffles, mushrooms and much more. I could go from region to region, town to town, but we know you’re here to see the menus!

Many of our Seattle Italian Restaurant menus have brief descriptions of each dish. If not, feel free to contact the restaurant and inquire as to how the dish is prepared or perhaps the style in which the chef prepares his/her dishes.

RESTAURANT
NEIGHBORHOOD
CROSS STREETS
Downtown Seattle,
4th Ave. and Virginia St.
Belltown/Pike Place Mrkt,
Westlake Ave and Cedar St.
Downtown Seattle,
6th Ave. and Westlake Ave.
Lake Union/Eastlake,
Fuhman Ave. and Eastlake Ave.
Belltown/Pike Place Mrkt,
Pike St. and 1st Ave.
Downtown Seattle,
Pine St. and 6th Ave.
Seattle Ctr/Qn Anne/Lower,
1st Ave. and John St.
Columbia City,
Edmunds St. and Rainier Ave.
Belltown/Pike Place Mrkt,
2nd Ave. and Battery St.
U Village/U District/Wall,
27th Ave. and N E Village Ln.
Seattle Ctr/Qn Anne/Lower,
3rd Ave. N and Mercer St.
Lake Union/Eastlake,
E Boston St. and Eastlake Ave.
Seattle Area,
S. Lucile St. and Airport Way
Seattle Area,
S. Atlantic St. and 31st. Ave. S
Capitol Hill/First Hill,
Miller St. and 10th Ave.
Downtown Seattle,
Spring St. and 5th Ave.
Seattle Area,
N 45th St. and Stone Way N
Seattle Area,
37th Ave. NE and 45th Street
Ballard/Fremont,
Ballard Ave. and 22nd Ave.
Seattle Area,
SW 102nd St and 16th Ave.