Specialties: Happy Hour and Recommended Menu
Is it all the beautiful male waiters in their Italian trousers? The Murano glass chandeliers and candle-waxy romance and pulsing music? Whatever it is, Barolo (from the family who brought us the U District's Mamma Melina) has overcome an initial lukewarm critical appraisal to achieve beloved status with the People. They crowd the long windowy room for $6 ahi carpaccio and $7 hanger steak at one of downtown's most overcrowded happy hours, and love it up for business lunches and evening dates behind seductive sheers. The Italian food is satisfying, particularly the admirable tomato-oiled bean soups and meat entrées. And if pastas are at times too lovingly oiled, it's all of a piece with the overall sexiness of the room.
1940 Westlake Ave
Seattle, WA 98101
- Mon-Fri 11:30am-midnight
Sat & Sun 3pm-midnight
Please Note: Before making plans, please call ahead with the establishment to verify that this information is still accurate.
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