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Tulio Ristorante is more than a favorite spot for downtown Seattle diners. It’s one of the Best Italian restaurants in the country-just ask Travel + Leisure magazine. The main reason; Chef Walter Pisano and his innovative yet authentic take on northern Italian cuisine.
This cornerstone of downtown dining offers lush Italian food and classic cocktails in an intimate setting.
* Great for Business Lunch
* Private Dining
* Wine Spectator Awards
Enter the antique revolving doors of Seattle's Tulio Ristorante and you'll discover the sounds and aromas of a bustling Italian trattoria.
Solaio, our upstairs dining room, is a charming...
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Chef Walter Pisano’s Italian cuisine is served in Tulio Ristorante’s old-world setting, with flattering amber light bathing the dark wood paneling in the cozy bar and jewel box dining room. The exhibition kitchen often showcases prosciutti hanging from the rafters; Tulio smokes its own meat according to European methods. Handmade pastas include smoked salmon and asparagus ravioli; orecchiette...
At this "old-style" ristorante connected to Downtown's Hotel Vintage Park, chef Walter Pisano turns out "high-class" Italian fare "from apéritif through dessert"; a "must" for a "see-and-be-seen business lunch", but also "popular" with the "pre-theater" crowd, the "warm", "dark-paneled" space gets "very busy", but "helpful, noninvasive" staffers keep things running smoothly.
All was good. Was not aware of only offering brunch items. Would have liked option to order off a lunch menu.
Everything was very nice. We loved the featured brunch omelet. Our friends were disappointed in the number of gnocchi in their brunch portion. They would have ordered a salad if they had known. Left hungry.
Romantic Dining, Italian: Polished woods and hand-crafted detailing characterize this lovely restaurant, which features an open kitchen, along with upstairs and downstairs dining rooms (and some patio seating in warmer months). Frequented by professionals at lunch, Tulio is known for its authentic cuisine and attentive service. The menu includes such treats as salmon ravioli, sweet-potato...
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The Extras: The Fifth Avenue Theater and Seattle Public Library are both right next door, and Benaroya Hall and ACT Theater are just a quick stroll in opposite directions.
Save Money: The restaurant is attached to Hotel Vintage Park, and some special packages include dining certificates.
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