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3650 Wallingford Ave N (at N 36th Ave)
Seattle, WA 98103
(206) 632-1000
Italian, Wine Bar
$ $
Tue–Thu, Sun: 5:00 PM–10:00 PM Fri–Sat: 5:00 PM–11:00 PM

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  • Try the Braised Rabbit Cappeletti
  • Try the Crispy Pork Belly - To die for!
  • All home made pasta and Randy is the best bartender.
  • Sit @ the bar, let Randy, Burton or Todd serve u a mean cocktail!
  • Cantinetta provides a blueprint for opening a restaurant in uncertain times.
  • Veal "Francobolli" artichokes, onions,Pancetta - WOW!
  • Food was good. Had the gnocchi and tagliarini. Service was oddly rushed, definitely felt like they were in a hurry to get us out ASAP.
  • The smoke and pan seared mozzarella is to DIE FOR!
  • You absolutely must save room for dessert and get the Nutella Zeppole. It is truly amazing!
  • Hand crafted pastas in lovely neighborhood tucked location. Delicious seasonal food brings you back to the lovely times you had in Italy.
  • The dates are fabulous and should be a starter to every meal and the port the perfect ending at this neighborhood gem
  • A Tuscany-inspired Italian restaurant. Has exemplary house-made pastas, and nearly half the menu is vegetarian friendly. A wine list that gives equal weight to Northern Italy and Washington state.
  • Mussels, pastas and rhubarb fritters for dessert were fantastic. Skip the pork leg entree (terribly dry) and the nutella semifreddo (just didn't work for me).
  • My current favorite restaurant - relaxed but classy atmosphere, excellent service, amazing food. Do be sure and try some of their desserts. Outdoor seating available so go when the weather's nice!
  • Anything that Brian makes is amazing. Best Italian in Seattle- hands down. DELICIOUS!
  • everything. home made pastas. wine. but the desserts are always my favorite.
  • Food here is fantastico, portions are right-sized so you don't feel like a walrus after dinner, & they have liquor. Friendly, attentive staff. If you're here early, pop in Oasis gallery next door.
  • this place gets good reviews, I hear things, good things! loom fwd to trying it out