Corretto serves Italian cuisine, as well as coffee, tea and cocktails. The dining area is rustically decorated with vintage elements throughout. Outdoor seating provides scenic views and a cool breeze. The intimate lighting makes Corretto a suitable spot for a romantic date. The full bar serves not only cocktails but also wine, beer and other spirits. Corretto's menu features Italian classics. Start with antipasti such as bruschetta caprese, risotto croquette or fresh baked ciabatta. Then dive in to a hearty plate of pasta, like the fettuccine alla carbonara or housemade ricotta gnocchi. For dessert, indulge in cannoli, the tiramisu or limoncello cheesecake.
There are a lot of options of things to eat at Corretto, and in my experience, everything tastes delicious! The small plates are fun to share. They even have half price wine on Wednesday nights.
I had a great experience at Corretto. Their prices are very reasonable, and the portions are perfect so you don't leave hungry or with leftovers that will spoil in the fridge. I like the casual atmosphere - this place is not stuffy or pretentious at all. The servers are very attentive and friendly. I tried the gnocchi with pesto and it was fantastic.
What a treat! The appetizers were fantastic... the mussel/clams steamers were by far my favorite but the entire dining experience was fun. Cocktails served in vintage glass wear, chapters salad was very fresh and our entrees, their Bolognese and the seafood linguine were terrific. Would head back there in a flash. Small tables, intimate atmosphere. GO!!
Coretto's has a decent menu with a variety of food options, excellent cocktails, and a nice atmosphere. The food portions were great, even though there aren't enough vegetarian or vegan options on the menu. I made do by ordering a salad - no cheese - and a side of grilled vegetables. I'd go back for a cocktail, and to share the rest of the delicious-sounding menu with others.
The food here is always spot on fantastic. The service is great, what's not to like? A good wine list to top it off and you're set.
Awesome place for Italian food! Can't wait to come back and try other dishes. So good!!
Corretto is one of the few restaurants we have visited that we have not been dissapointed in a single dish that was provided. The gnocchi is amazing and the hanger steak was perfectly done. The steamed muscles was a bit on the citrus side, just a personal taste, but I appreciated that it was different then the standard butter soaked fair.
We have gone back for happy hour, provided on both Monday and Tuesday night, and look forward to visiting on a regular basis up on the hill.
Visited during Dine Around Seattle. The good dishes (steamed clams & mussels, hanger steak, lamb chops) were very good. There were some misses too, especially in the Italian dishes, which was surprising for a mainly Italian menu. Specifically, the gnocchi were mushy and drowning in sauce. Skip the cannoli as the shells were greasy and so strong you couldn't taste the filling. We waited a long time between courses. Our waitress didn't understand a Sauvignon Blanc is a white wine.
We really enjoyed our meals at this wonderful and friendly neighborhood spot. The ambiance is fun and lively, the wait staff are very friendly and helpful, and the food is good quality and prepared very well. Go!
Our server was lovely. Very personable. By far the best part of the meal. The food was bland and the sauce watery. Even excessive cheese and salt didn't help the alfredo sauce. I know restaurants on the Hill tend to be more expensive, but the portion sizes weren't very generous. It was our first dining experience there and I don't foresee there being another.