Coltiva pizzeria e barra celebrated its grand opening in Seattle on November 8th, and the restaurant is well on its way to establishing itself as the neighborhood spot for pizza in Lower Queen Anne.
Capitol Hill’s Charming New Ernest Loves Agnes is turning kids into pizza chefs!
Pizza-loving kids will have a chance to learn the craft this month at the first of a series of Kid’s Pizza Workshops held at Ernest Loves Agnes. On February 21st, kids will enjoy a fun-filled afternoon with a lesson in pizza-making Chef Mac Jarvis, who will share some pizza-makers tricks of the trade. Kids will then have a chance to see parts of the kitchen, take part in pizza related activities and create, top, cook and enjoy their own creations.
An Italian gem on the Eastside.
In this edition of Food Porn, we feature Lucia, a gem in the Eastside neighborhood of Kirkland. The restaurant has high ceilings, modern black decor, and full of well-dressed young professionals. However, it is also a friendly and welcoming atmosphere that many families enjoy. Patio seating on
Downtown Italian Staple in Seattle.
In this edition of Food Porn, we feature Tulio Ristorante, located in the Hotel Vintage Park. Executive Chef Walter Pisano opened Tulio in 1992, naming the restaurant after his father, John Tulio Pisano. His menus reflect his love and passion for making honest Italian food.
Regional Italian cuisine in a warm, neighborhood atmosphere.
In this edition of Food Porn, we feature Ristorante Picolinos, located in Ballard’s Sunset Hill neighborhood. The restaurant feels like an Italian country villa with a red brick exterior and iron-framed archways. The main dining room feels cozy with families happily munching on wood-fired
Intimate Tuscan dining in Eastlake.
In this edition of Food Porn, we feature Serafina, an elegant neighborhood restaurant serving authentic Italian cuisine since 1991. The atmosphere is welcoming and inviting with a front and back patio, perfect as summer begins to arrive. The service is impeccable — the staff are superb all around.
Authentic Northeast Italian cuisine.
In this edition of Food Porn, we feature La Spiga, featuring Northeast Italian cuisine from the Emilia-Romagna region. Chef and co-owner Sabrina Tinsley makes handmade pastas and flatbreads daily. La Spiga is now offering satisfying, yet affordable lunch and an impressive happy hour menu.
A slice of Sicily comes to Fremont
I haven’t been to Sicily, but I believe I came close to it with Agrodolce. Owner and mastermind Maria Hines—also behind Tilth and Golden Beetle—rattled off more history about Sicilian food and culture in five minutes than you’d learn in an undergrad history
The Eastside welcomes Volterra’s second location.
After finding award winning success with their restaurant Volterra in Ballard, Chef Don Curtiss and Managing Partner Michelle Quisenberry are pleased to announce the grand opening of their second location in Kirkland
Created by master Italian craftsmen, these stainless steel designs will add some shine to your dinner parties.
The Italians are famous for their food, culture, fashion and art. Meanwhile, Seattleites are distinguished by their affection for happy hours – though we do enjoy eating and imbibing at home, on occasion. Next time you are serving your guests antipasti with a bottle of Barolo, make sure the Italian style shines – even as that last brushetta is pulled from the plate.