Good for lazy nights.
The staff is very friendly and recognize you after a few visits. But, we've found that the food - no matter what you order, has a very similar flavor. While this is 'ok', its a little wierd if you've tried everything from the veal to chicken, meat sauce to white sauce.
But, if you're feeling lazy and don't have noodles and sauce in your cupboard, its a great place to grab some good italian. We've had a great time with groups of 8+ - they have lots of space.
Devoted regulars flock to Seward Park for some of the best home-style Italian food in Seattle..
Pizzuto's has re-opened in its original location after a two-year absence, and it's as if time stood still: red-checkered tablecloths, warm lighting and an often bustling atmosphere full of longtime customers. Service is consistently friendly and attentive--this family restaurant is one that has actually been kept in the family.
It serves the food of Italian grandmothers: good, hot and hearty. Basic dinner salads get all dressed up with creamy Roquefort, perfect for wiping up with warm dinner rolls. Golden chicken Parmesan is the menu's reigning champ, served over a rich marinara sauce and under melted cheese (skip the extra sauce and ask for the accompanying pasta aglio olio). Spaghetti Casanova, full of herbed and sauteed prawns, is a must-have for garlic lovers, while the incomparably thin-crusted pizzas are perfect for sharing.
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