A pasta destination on the Pike Place Hill Climb
They say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but that's just because anyone who dares to cross the all-powerful Big Breakfast Lobby is toast. Preferably whole wheat. Or cinnamon raisin, if they have that. For a resto aiming to shift the popular vote to lunch, hit up Il Corvo
Posted up inside the still-operating Procopio Gelateria (altered only by the addition of a 400lb granite-topped dining table/cooking surface), this lunch-only 20-seater was conceived by an Italy-trained Lecosho vet who's serving up Market-sourced Boot food in the form of three or four daily noodle options culled from at least 30 varieties of fresh handmade pasta. The choicest carbs include:
There's also a selection of rotating Antipasti (a juniper-flavored ham & rhubarb combo, Pecorino w/ chestnut honey) all of which are just three dollars after taxes, which is good since that's all the money you'll have left after suffering through (a) notoriously Big Breakfast.