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Under the warm glow of lanterns shaped like rolled scrolls, Italian cuisine makes the rounds in Capitol Hill at Artusi, named for the author of a seminal rustic Italian cookbook from the 1800s. Accented by sunny yellow chairs and brightly colored paintings created by former chef, Jason Stratton, the casual, cocktail-focused sister restaurant to Spinasse features two bars—one pouring spirits, the other overlooking the kitchen. Go for the roasted pork belly stuffed with herbs and Parmigiano Reggiano cheese or one of the small plates crafted for pairing with their signature, amaro-heavy cocktails.

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  • Artusi's Red Rum Mohito: 7 Boozy Slushies to Slurp Now 2015 — Seattle Weekly
  • Where to Drink in Seattle 2015 — Drinkwire's The Perfect Spot
  • 15 Seattle Happy Hours to Try Right Now 2015 — Eater Seattle
  • Best New Chefs 2010 - Food & Wine
  • Zagat rating of 21 out of 30

Menu for Artusi

1535 14th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122

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  • Price Range: $$$
    Atmosphere: Modern, Refined, Trendy/Scene
  • Dress Code: Casual
    Good For: Hot Spot, Late Night, Meet For A Drink
  • Noise Level: Average
  • Wine Spirits: Full Bar
    Phone: (206) 678-2516
  • Private Dining Room: No