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Cantinetta

Cantinetta

Italian Restaurant and Wine Bar$$$$
Wallingford, Seattle
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  • Columba M.
    "Sit @ the bar, let Randy, Burton or Todd serve u a mean cocktail!"(2 Tips)
    Eva E.
    "Mussels, pastas and rhubarb fritters for dessert were fantastic."(4 Tips)
    My Tam N.
    "Hand crafted pastas in lovely neighborhood tucked location."(6 Tips)
    Manny L.
    "All home made pasta and Randy is the best bartender."(2 Tips)
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  • Manny L.
    Manny LoyaFebruary 21, 2015
    All home made pasta and Randy is the best bartender.
  • skinny_cyclist
    skinny_cyclistMay 11, 2014
    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.
  • ImpulseWine.com
    ImpulseWine.comSeptember 14, 2013
    The smoke and pan seared mozzarella is to DIE FOR!
  • Eric 黄先魁 H.
    Try the Braised Rabbit Cappeletti
  • Eric 黄先魁 H.
    Try the Crispy Pork Belly - To die for!
  • Brandon S.
    Brandon SmithJanuary 7, 2012
    You absolutely must save room for dessert and get the Nutella Zeppole. It is truly amazing!
  • My Tam N.
    My Tam NguyenOctober 29, 2011
    Hand crafted pastas in lovely neighborhood tucked location. Delicious seasonal food brings you back to the lovely times you had in Italy.
  • Tara A.
    Tara AylmerJuly 29, 2011
    The dates are fabulous and should be a starter to every meal and the port the perfect ending at this neighborhood gem
  • Columba M.
    Columba McGlynnSeptember 14, 2010
    Sit @ the bar, let Randy, Burton or Todd serve u a mean cocktail!
  • Seattle Met
    Seattle MetJune 30, 2010
    Cantinetta provides a blueprint for opening a restaurant in uncertain times. Read more
  • The Seattle Times
    The Seattle TimesMay 24, 2010
    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. Read more
  • Eva E.
    Eva ElliottApril 5, 2010
    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).
  • Durwood G.
    Durwood GaffordApril 2, 2010
    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!
  • Melissa H.
    Melissa HerronMarch 17, 2010
    Anything that Brian makes is amazing. Best Italian in Seattle- hands down. DELICIOUS!
  • Britt Marie
    Britt MarieFebruary 22, 2010
    everything. home made pastas. wine. but the desserts are always my favorite.
  • Bill G.
    Bill GallagherNovember 11, 2009
    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. Read more
  • Jamie S.
    Jamie SNovember 2, 2009
    this place gets good reviews, I hear things, good things! loom fwd to trying it out
  • Michi S.
    Michi SuzukiMarch 4, 2010
    Veal "Francobolli" artichokes, onions,Pancetta - WOW!
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