Il Corvo

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Details
217 James St (btwn 2nd & 3rd Ave)
Seattle, WA 98104
(206) 538-0999
Italian
$ $
Hours
Mon–Fri: 11:00 AM–3:00 PM

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  • Mike Easton's hand made pasta and charcuterie will become a regular habit. His place is located in the Hillclimb--literally in Procopio Gelateria. [Eater 38 Member]
  • The best lunch spot for incredible, handmade pasta. Arrive before noon to avoid a long line.
  • They now accept credit cards
  • Great hand made pasta! Something new and different everyday. Get there early since they sell out quick. It is only open for lunch.
  • Great fresh pasta. Get there early because its a limited supply!
  • Bring a good book or a chatty friend. The line is long and once inside another line awaits. However if you feel like waiting for 25-40 minutes you'll get amazing pasta and sides waiting at the counter
  • The pastas are just outstanding! And the price? Less than 10$! Low profile space and a pretty cool concept. Must go when in Seattle.
  • The bolognese!
  • Amazing menu that changes everyday with an awesome selection of appetizers and sauces. A hole in the wall that's always packed. Get there early
  • Old white people take wayyy too long to decide and order!
  • Go hungry, and with a friend -- that way you can try all three of the day's pasta dishes.
  • Believe the hype!! So good!
  • Check their website to find out the pasta for the day.
  • Found Maccheroni as Yum. Try it and dish on it at http://dishonit.com
  • Everything
  • Always a line (about 20 mins when it's at the door). Wait until you order before getting a seat (one will always open up) & everything works itself out. Best pasta & they change regularly.
  • Pasta is amazing. Focatchia is delicious. Pair it with some inexpensive red wine served in an unpretentious glass.
  • The best lunch deal around. Incredible homemade pasta for <$10. Come with a book, or someone you don't mind chatting with while you wait in line.
  • Worth every minute of the wait and their bucatini with porchetta was just lovely. Don't miss out their homemade focaccia if you're feeling hungry !
  • Best pasta place in Seattle