Tavolàta

Row 1

Details
2323 2nd Ave (btw Bell & Battery)
Seattle, WA 98121
(206) 838-8008
Italian, New American
$ $ $
Hours
Mon–Sun: 5:00 PM–11:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • I try to branch out, but I can't NOT get the rigatoni with spicy Italian sausage. Such a reliable and delicious mainstay.
  • Try some I-Talian food.
  • Spicy chicken meatballs and the buffalo mozzarella. You wont be disappointed :)
  • Cappuccino and choclate terrine;))
  • Get a couple salady appetizers, the riggatoni, and a glass of Barbera. I've done it ~50 times and it has never disappointed.
  • Food and Wine here are amazing. If you are in the area, you should visit Tavalota!
  • Definitely plan to share plates... amazing Italian food, definitely a fav in Seattle.
  • Rigatoni is good as are the meatballs
  • Amazing pasta selection. Rigatoni was my favorite. Great for sharing.
  • Get here early for an *excellent* happy hour special! Weeknights from 5-7pm at the bar (I snagged the last spot at 5:45pm).
  • Gnocchi a la Romana is amazing
  • Great happy hour, but only in the bar. Good for normal dinner too, with lots of good bars in the vicinity.
  • Try the Linguine - Some of the best noodles I've had. The clams are extremely well prepared. Some of my all-time favorite linguine, for sure.
  • Great food, service, and ambience. Burrata with peaches and shishito peppers a must to start. Everyone raves about rigatoni, but I found the spaghetti with chicken meatballs to be absurdly good.
  • The lemon donuts keep me coming back here
  • You can't go wrong with the rigatoni, but all their pasta is good!
  • This restaurant has happy hour from 5-7PM every day, and features $5 glasses of wine and $6 wells. They also have a few pasta dishes on the happy hour menu, which are delicious and generously sized.
  • The pappardelle was delicious.
  • Chef Ethan Stowell's Italian food is dreamy. If it's too pricey, come in for happy hour, or stop by for a late night dessert.
  • really good pasta. freshly made noodles.