Highly anticipated handmade pasta restaurant finally opens in Georgetown

Aug 13 2020, 12:58 pm

Handmade pastas, wine, and cocktails are what you should expect at Georgetown’s newest Italian restaurant, Mezzanotte.

The restaurant, owned by northern ItalianĀ Marcus Lalario, focuses on fresh pasta along with Italian wine and spirits.

Lalario hopes to bring the food and drink that is closest to his heart to all of his customers. ā€œI look for this place to be a local spot where you can get some really great pasta and drinks and these days, enjoy them safely outdoors.ā€

All of the pasta at Mezzanote is hand-fashioned by Jake Vorono, an alum of Seattle Central College with posts at some of Seattleā€™s top tables including Altura, Il Corvo, Bar del Corso, and the Pink Door.

The menu is anchored around Italian-style pastas: Tripoline with ragu (veal, pork, beef), rigatoni (carbonara or cacio e pepe), tajarin (salsiccia e burro) and a pasta del giorno with a rotating seasonal vegetable. Cocktails and various antipasti will also be served.

 

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The restaurant currently has a coronavirus plan in place to protect guests and staff. It will seat up to 50 guests in their large open-air courtyard, and also offer takeout for pickup.

Those interested in visiting Mezzanote can do so Wednesday to Sunday, from 4 to 9 pm, and Saturday and Sunday, 4 to 10 pm.

Mezzanotte

Location:Ā 1210 South Bailey Street
Phone: 206-466-6032
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