What’s one food that pretty much always sounds good? Pasta, duh. In fact, pasta is sounding pretty dang good right about now. What’s new there, though? Luckily for us, Seattle has a plethora of options for pasta places. Oh baby, we’re hungry.
Here are 6 great pasta places in Seattle.
This restaurant is a Seattle classic loved by both locals and tourists alike, so you really can’t go wrong here. If you just so happen to be really picky about your pasta, The Pink Door has tons of options for you to choose from, including gluten-free options. Do the sensible thing and try them all.
Where: 1919 Post Alley
This is undeniably one of the most unique dining experiences in Seattle, as it’s located inside the Amazon Spheres. It also just so happens to be part of the Sea Creatures group which is locally owned and operated by James Beard Foundation Award-winning chef Renee Erickson and partners. So not only is the restaurant beautiful, but the food is amazing. It might just become your go-to pasta spot!
Where: 2100 6th Ave
Firstly, San Fermo is beautiful. It has an old-world, intimate feel due to it being in a legit old house! It has a white wall, clean, and minimal aesthetic that fits perfectly in everyone’s Instagram feed. In fact, we’re sure you’ve seen people post pics from San Fermo before. Besides the restaurant’s aesthetics, they make great food. Just look at those parm piles!
Where: 5341 Ballard Ave NW
If you’re looking for a high quality, more affordable option, Pasta Casalinga should be your first choice. It’s located in the heart of the Pike Place Market and serves up authentic Italian pasta with a Pacific Northwest influence. Definitely stop by!
Where: 93 Pike Street #201
Here’s another affordable option for those of you trying to make the most of your carbs budget. GH Pasta Co has tons of tasty options and is quickly rising as a pasta star in Seattle. It’s the perfect grab and go pasta if you’re looking to gracefully inhale your food on the run!
Where: 2305 6th Ave
If you’re looking for places to check out in Columbia City, La Medusa is the place to be. La Medusa is known for its southern Italian/Sicilian menu with Northwest ingredients. It’s a sweet little spot and you’ll be able to taste the difference in La Medusa’s dedication to the craft of pasta.
Where: 4857 Rainier Ave S
By this point, you should be daydreaming of bucatini. What are your favourite pasta places in Seattle! Let us know if you’ve got one we need to try!