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Good Italian Food In Seattle

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Where would you get good Italian food? Thanks

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  1. Il Terrazzo Carmine. You'll need reservations well in advance.

      1. i'm not from seattle, but my bro lives there and says salumi's is great for casual sandwiches- the meatball sub is amazing.

        incidentally, it's owned by Armandino Batali, Mario's dad, who makes a lot of the cured meats himself.

        1. There are some very long threads about this, if you search.

            1. re: landguy

              I was so disappointed when I forgot to take a picture with my wife in front of the Olive Garden Culinary Institute of Tuscany while we were in that area last year. That would be a priceless picture. :-) Well, there's always next time.

              What's next...a special Filet O'Fish inspired by the McDonald's Culinary Institute of Tokyo? Hehe.

            2. As an Italian born and raised in New York, I must give my vote for Luca's located in Lake Stevens. I know it's not in Seattle. However, don't let the strip mall location fool you. The gentleman from Napoli has been making pizza since he was twelve and the pizza is only the beginning of the good food.