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Yet Another Reason Bon Appétit Loves Seattle: Spinasse Pasta

The Capitol Hill restaurant is "about as close to Piedmont, Italy, as you’ll get without a passport."

By Christopher Werner October 21, 2010

Spinasse pasta: Bon Appétit’s a fan.

It wouldn’t be a week here in the Nosh Pit without some sort of listage to report.

Not three weeks after the mag professed its love of High 5 Pies and a mere two months after naming Anchovies and Olives one of the nation’s best newbies, Bon Appétit again mentions Seattle in one of its Top 10 roundups. The focus of this one: American restaurants where “the pasta is always perfect.” The hometown gold star: Spinasse.

From the article:

Eating at the wood-topped bar with a view of the kitchen and sharing family-style hand-cut egg pasta with butter and sage at this Capitol Hill standout is about as close to Piedmont, Italy, as you’ll get without a passport.

Seems BA ’s restaurant editor Andrew Knowlton has quite the crush on Seattle.

You’ve yet to tip the iceberg, Knowlton.

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