Beecher's Handmade Cheese is one of The 15 Best Places for a Pasta in Seattle.

1. Beecher's Handmade Cheese

1600 Pike Pl (at Pine St), Seattle, WA
Cheese Shop · Pike Place · 169 tips and reviews

My Tam N.My Tam Nguyen: The Flagsheep cheese is incredible but can be pricy. Go for the quarter pound. Mac and cheese is out of this world!

Susan O.Susan Ortiz: Wonderful, was able to buy more classic Mac & cheese at the Seattle airport as we left beautiful Seattle

Lisa H.Lisa Hinchliffe: Love the mariachi mac n cheese.

Il Corvo is one of The 15 Best Places for a Pasta in Seattle.

2. Il Corvo

217 James St (btwn 2nd & 3rd Ave), Seattle, WA
Italian Restaurant · Pioneer Square · 77 tips and reviews

Priya P.Priya Parker: "Probably the best pasta in Seattle. The specials rotate daily, but whatever you order will be the best thing you've eaten for around $7."

Lauren C.Lauren Cunningham: Authentic, delicious, homemade pasta that is most enjoyed with a big glass of wine.

Cusp25Cusp25: Excellent housemade pasta- get the side of chilies to spice up your pasta. Kale salad is a excellent antipasti. Conchiglie

The Pink Door is one of The 15 Best Places for a Pasta in Seattle.

3. The Pink Door

1919 Post Aly (btwn Stewart & Virginia), Seattle, WA
Italian Restaurant · Pike Place · 184 tips and reviews

Abraham Ronel M.Abraham Ronel Mtz. Teutle: The Lasagna was great! I liked that it was not like other tomato lasagnas. This one was creamy and tasty!

Maia K.Maia K.S.: Food was great (surprisingly) and the show was so much fun. We had the linguini with clams and a special pasta and were super happy!

Rose P.Rose Puntillo: Lasagna, clams & linguini, cocktails, ceasar salad, the desserts, the service (amazing!), the patio, and the ambiance. I love this place and you will too

Spinasse is one of The 15 Best Places for a Pasta in Seattle.

4. Spinasse

1531 14th Avenue (at Pine St), Seattle, WA
Italian Restaurant · Capitol Hill · 89 tips and reviews

Trophy Cupcakes and PartyTrophy Cupcakes and Party: Sit at the bar to you can watch the pasta being made. Beautiful! Try the Poached egg with fonduta and local black truffles and the Tajarin with butter and sage- a fine cut egg pasta. top 10 for sure!

Tanya P.Tanya Pham: Our favorite was the fine cut egg pasta with butter and sage -- delicious. The Swiss chard rolls & butter poached duck breast were also notable, as was the lemon curd dessert. Great wine selection.

Tom M.Tom Moore: Everything but the butter and sage pasta and anything rabbit are always incredible.

Tavolàta is one of The 15 Best Places for a Pasta in Seattle.

5. Tavolàta

2323 2nd Ave (btw Bell & Battery), Seattle, WA
Italian Restaurant · Belltown · 68 tips and reviews

Justin T.Justin Tang: Awesome pasta. Also try the chicken liver bruchetta. Favorite Italian in Seattle area! Also try How To Cook A Wolf. Love all of Ethan's restaurants!

KateKate: Came for restaurant week and was pleasantly surprised. Had the gnocchi, ravioli, papardelle, and rigatoni, and they were all freshly made and delicious.

KristenelleKristenelle: 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.

List is one of The 15 Best Places for a Pasta in Seattle.

6. List

2226 1st Ave (btwn Blanchard & Bell), Seattle, WA
Lounge · Belltown · 93 tips and reviews

Matthew T.Matthew Tennant: Get the gnocchi, it is to die for! Plus the best Happy Hour ever!

Lisa V.Lisa V: The happy hour here is really good. Half off most items on the food menu. The gnocchi is excellent!

Pur'Tonya W.Pur'Tonya Wade: The best Happy Hour in Downtown Seattle the Spicy Meatballs and Black truffle gnocchi are amazing!!!!

Barolo Ristorante is one of The 15 Best Places for a Pasta in Seattle.

7. Barolo Ristorante

1940 Westlake Ave (btw Virginia & Stewart St), Seattle, WA
Italian Restaurant · Belltown · 90 tips and reviews

Shannon W.Shannon W: The gnocchi is amazing. It melts in your mouth. Not even kidding. I had the lamb rigattoni and it was good but I'd rather of had my date's gnocchi w/mozzarella. The gelato is imported & it's only $5!!

Eric T.Eric Tigre: Barolo's intimate bar setting boasts a popular Happy Hour catering to a stylish crowd; 1/2 off bar menu offers rigatoni, calimari, steamed mussels, grilled Caesar, wine specials. Snag a seat early!

TravelingjoeTravelingjoe: Add Parma prosciutto to the house made ravioli 'mezzelune' with spicy ricotta and spinach. BOOM!

How To Cook A Wolf is one of The 15 Best Places for a Pasta in Seattle.

8. How To Cook A Wolf

2208 Queen Anne Ave N, Seattle, WA
Italian Restaurant · West Queen Anne · 60 tips and reviews

Mercedes Y.Mercedes Yaeger: Waiting to see when the delicious anchovy pasta is back on the menu - so delicious

Mingfei Y.Mingfei Yan: Fresh ingredient and love the pasta. Very friendly services. If you can't reserve a table, try to walk in, they have some counter seats. Lastly, Dessert is fantastic - we tried chocolate butter cake.

Connie L.Connie Lu: Delicious farm to table Italian-style New American. Great wine selection (loved the Dolcetto) and the soft cooked egg with dungeness crab! Gooey duck pasta is awesome as well.

La Spiga is one of The 15 Best Places for a Pasta in Seattle.

9. La Spiga

1429 12th Ave (btwn Pike & Union), Seattle, WA
Italian Restaurant · Capitol Hill · 50 tips and reviews

Jane H.Jane Hudson: Order the Prosciutto Leporati di Parma appetizer and the simple Tagliatelle noodles with white Alba Truffle butter! Yum. Make sure you bring good company, kitchen is a bit slow.

Seth T.Seth T: This place does truffle oil right. Tagliatelle al tartufo or the truffle mashed potatoes are the perfect way to offset a happy hour drink or two.

Ariel D.Ariel Dos Santos: The green lasagna is amazing. As is the Basil Vodka drink.

Ristorante Machiavelli is one of The 15 Best Places for a Pasta in Seattle.

10. Ristorante Machiavelli

1215 Pine St (Melrose), Seattle, WA
Italian Restaurant · Capitol Hill · 54 tips and reviews

Robin S.Robin Singhvi: Spinach Ravioli was AMAZING! Buddy has the meatballs and spaghetti - on point! But the best part was the made-from-scratch Tiramisu! So good and different (looking) than what you've had elsewhere.

KateKate: Such a comfy and cozy atmosphere with the best pasta! Everything is homemade the service is fantastic. Recommend the gnocchi, tortellini with prosciutto and peas, any salad, and the cheesecake!

Jeremy F.Jeremy Fresher: Best carbonara!

West 5 is one of The 15 Best Places for a Pasta in Seattle.

11. West 5

4539 California Ave SW (SW Alaska St), Seattle, WA
Lounge · West Seattle · 57 tips and reviews

VelvetacideVelvetacide: Mac n Cheese, meatloaf sandwich, hummus plate FTW!

Beth F.Beth Ferreira: Cocktails, Caesar salad, baked potato dip and the astral Mac and cheese are beyond compare!

Doug B.Doug Bauder: Good beer selection. Try the Mac and cheese or the street tacos.

Tulio Ristorante is one of The 15 Best Places for a Pasta in Seattle.

12. Tulio Ristorante

1100 5th Ave (at Spring St), Seattle, WA
Italian Restaurant · Seattle Central Business District · 43 tips and reviews

Keridwyn D.Keridwyn Deller: Head to Tulio for some of the best italian in town - amazing salads, pastas and drink wine outside in their streetlevel patio!

Mike M.Mike Mahanay: Go here with someone special. Get a nice bottle of wine, start with the Sweet Potato Gnocci and Semolina Encrusted Scallops. Get the Kurobuta Pork Shank or the Veal Chop and warm pudding cake 4 desert Read more.

My Tam N.My Tam Nguyen: Orrechiette with rapini and spicy sausage is one of my favorite pasta dishes in the city. Beet salad also delicious. Chef often sends out complimentary amuse bouche to tables he enjoy.

Purple Café & Wine Bar is one of The 15 Best Places for a Pasta in Seattle.

13. Purple Café & Wine Bar

1225 4th Ave (at University St), Seattle, WA
Wine Bar · Seattle Central Business District · 172 tips and reviews

Jasmine C.Jasmine Chloé: Pesto pasta, super yummy'

Vivy L.Vivy Law: The Anderson Ranch Lamb and Proscuitto Meatballs (Pappardelle, moroccan tomato sauce, feta cheese and mint) was the most amazing pasta dish there! It was more flavorful than the lobster Mac & cheese!

Kevin H.Kevin Hu: can't go wrong with the lobster Mac and cheese! grilled salmon sandwich was also a delight! great ambiance!!!

Local 360 is one of The 15 Best Places for a Pasta in Seattle.

14. Local 360

2234 1st Ave (at Bell St), Seattle, WA
Gastropub · Belltown · 247 tips and reviews

abbyabby: really great spot in seattle. try the mac and cheese, pork belly and beans, and the lamb burger

Rebecca M.Rebecca Maldonado: Nice rustic interiors. Their food was delicious - devil eggs, mac & cheese and their fried chicken. Loves their concept of PB&J w/ milk! Nice touch. Apple fritters were excellent as well!

Brian S.Brian Strauss: Extremely tasty updates on America classics. That was a super juicy pork chop, delicious salmon mousse app, and yes shells are now my confirmed favorite mac n' cheese pasta.

Anchovies & Olives is one of The 15 Best Places for a Pasta in Seattle.

15. Anchovies & Olives

1550 15th Ave (btwn E Madison & E Pine), Seattle, WA
Seafood Restaurant · Capitol Hill · 69 tips and reviews

@gracecheung604@gracecheung604: Had the octopus crudi (nice and spicy), followed by Primi of Fried Oysters. Pastas are fresh so try more than one. The bucatini carbonara is great and the tagliatelle with mussels is awesome.

Christine S.Christine Shepherd: Loved every bite I had here. Don't skip the crudos. Fettucini, red pepper risotto, and halibut are all great ways to go for entrees.

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Prominent Seattle chef Ethan Stowell's seafood outlet. A great place for lovers of all things fresh: seafood, vegetables, and pasta. Don't skip the crudo section (think Italian sashimi).