Traditional dishes of Sicily and the Italian countryside
"A meal so good that you want to serenade
it with sexy Dean Martin songs."--theStranger
pride, we serve the best of Italy's antica cucina rustica:
authentic, traditional country dishes from Italy's diverse
regions, from the Mediterranean coastline to the northern Alps.
bake our own bread every day, hand-make our own pasta and pizza
dough, and prepare each dish to order. Buon appetito!"
Enza Sorrentino grew up in Palermo, among the small farms,
vineyards and fishing villages of the Mediterranean coast. For the
past few years, in much-loved neighborhood restaurants like La
Vita è Bella and Mondello, Enza and her children
have served as culinary ambassadors, bringing the spirit, flavors and
hospitality of Sicily to Seattle.
Now, at Sorrentino Trattoria & Pizzeria, Mamma Enza,
alongside her son Fabio, expands her repertoire to a range of
historic, traditional, antique and forgotten dishes that honor
regions across Italy: Friuli, Lombardy, Latium, Campania and Apulia
as well as the islands of Sardinia and Sicily.
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"There is so much more in Italy than spaghetti, risotto and
pizza," is Mamma Enza's motto. It could be the opening salvo in her
mission to broaden Seattle's appreciation for Italian cooking.
SORRENTINO is located atop Queen Anne Hill in Seattle, minutes from
Our address is 2128 Queen Anne Ave. N.
For a map with driving
directions, please click here.
For reservations, please call 206-694-0055.
Lunch: Tuesday-Friday, Noon to 2:30
Sicilian Brunch: Saturday & Sunday, 11-3
Dinner: Monday-Sunday, 5-10
Late-night bar: Thursday, Friday & Saturday, 10-midnight
We remain open throughout the afternoon for snacks, pastries, espresso drinks & cocktails.