Il Corvo's New Location Opens Today

The pasta hideout on the Pike Hillclimb now has a proper Pioneer Square address to call its own.

By Allecia Vermillion January 7, 2013

A real menu and everything!

 Mike Easton’s new Il Corvo opens for lunch today (hours are 11-3) in Pioneer Square. After building up a following working on three butane burners tucked behind the counter at Procopio Gelateria, Easton now has a space to call his own. 

The former home of BuiltBurger at 217 James received a modest makeover courtesy of Easton and wife Victoria and also serves as a gallery/shrine for Easton’s collection of antique pastamaking devices. 

Things are definitely different around here; Il Corvo now takes credit cards, and at a soft open on Friday, I even saw a guy depart with a to-go bag, previously verboten (no call-in orders, though). There’s an actual staff and an actual kitchen. However the new space still feels like the same convivially informal pasta salon. The menu is slightly larger, though still built around a rotating batch of seasonal pastas. The Friday menu included  snacks like prosciutto and mozzarella and a platter of caponata. 

Track the daily pasta offerings and everything else Il Corvo-related (like Easton’s plans for a monthly Saturday-night dinner menu) on Il Corvo’s blog/website, and Twitter. And if you go today, brace yourself for a bit of a line when you place your order at the counter.

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