A message to our guests: Per Governor Inslee's proclamation, we have temporarily shut down all in-store dining experiences. Currently, you may order take-out and/or delivery from MKT. Tavolàta - Capitol Hill, Rione XIII, Red Cow, How to Cook a Wolf, Ballard Pizza Co and Frelard Pizza Co.

Located in the heart of Belltown, the original Tavolàta is all about the pasta. From Rigatoni to Tonnarelli, Spaghetti to Linguini—we extrude it all fresh daily. Join us at the giant communal table, grab a spot at the bar, or book our private mezzanine for your next gathering. Menu

Belltown Location

2323 Second Avenue
Seattle, WA 98121
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(206) 838-8008


Temporarily Suspended
Daily from 5PM to 10PM


Temporarily Suspended
Daily from 5PM to 7PM

Happy Hour is availalbe at the bar or on the patio only

Sunday Feast

Join us for our quarterly Sunday Feast at Tavolàta. A four-course family meal served at the communal table. Check the event calendar for the next gathering.


Order Tavolata to-go!

For curbside pickup please call the restaurant upon arrival


Street parking and a nearby pay lot behind the restaurant at 1st & Bell.

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  • Up to 30 people can enjoy semi-private dining on the intimate mezzanine level, or the entire restaurant can accommodate 100 guests for an epic family style meal of fresh, Italian-influenced cuisine with curated wines. Book here.



“Stowell serves chic, unadorned Italian food in a narrow modern space whose centerpiece is a huge communal table.”

Bon Appétit

“Tavolàta is possibly the best thing to happen to Seattle at night ever.”

Bethany Jean Clement
The Stranger

“Tavolàta delivers much of what it promises: honest, well-prepared Italian food; a reasonable check; and good odds of chatting up whomever the host seats next to you.”

Jonathan Kauffman
Seattle Weekly

“It was a brilliant idea to create a casual late-night joint for fresh housemade pasta.”

Kathryn Robinson
Seattle Met

“Tavolàta attracts those who like their Italian food authentic and their drinks meticulously crafted.”

Julien Perry
Seattle Weekly