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**Please note that we do not take happy hour reservations. Online reservations are for lunch or dinner menu ONLY.**
For more large party availability, please call the restaurant.
Barolo Ristorante, located in the heart of downtown Seattle, offers old-world northern Italian dishes crafted with a contemporary presentation, using quality natural and organic products and ingredients, many from the Pacific Northwest. The wine list includes more than 400 notable labels and varietals from around the world including Italy, California, Washington, Oregon and France. The restaurant also hosts a lively bar offering specialty cocktails, grappa, and late night dining. Barolo’s smart Italian style is represented by lush textures, fabrics and ornamental design trends, merged with warm and comfortable accessories like hanging glass chandeliers over a large communal table, dark wood finishes, interesting interior lighting, and an abundance of flickering candlelight.
Seattle, WA 98101
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:30am - 3:00pm
Dinner: 7 days a week: 3:00pm - midnight
Happy Hour: Every day
3:00pm-6:30pm and 10:00pm-midnight
Westlake and Virginia between 6th and 7th Avenue
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Food delivered only, no equipment.
Street parking and area lots. Valet parking available every evening starting at 5pm.
Private Party Facilities:
Large and impressive semiprivate communal table for 22 people with dropped Italian crystal chandeliers. Semiprivate round table for 8 people with dropped Italian crystal chandelier.
Private Party Contact:
Jason: (206) 770-9000
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Takeout, Wine
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Barolo Ratings and Reviews
Our second visit to Barolo was definitely not as good as the first. Our calamari starter was only just barely warm and the clams were loaded with sand (at least they were fresh;). Our entrees were equally unspectacular, pasta with crab was super fishy and salty, pasta w lamb ragu was too al dente and half-moon pasta with truffle was average.
Barolo is my new favorite restaurant! The food was delicious, the place is beautiful and the service is outstanding. Kevin, our waiter was amaizing, very pleasant and efficient. He really took care of us and his recommendations were really good.
My husband and I are very excited about this place and we are planning to go back soon.
My wife and I had our Friday night date-night at Barolo. The food was really good and atmosphere equally enjoyable. Our waiter was young and relatively new to the restaurant, he told us so, and as much as we would like to be compassionate to a new employee, the $$$ this place charges would expect that they should be well trained. An example of our evening, we asked a question about 2 different wines, the waiter did not know anything about the wines which we feel is ok, however he would ask the Wine steward to come and assist us with the decision & the wine steward couldn't come over, claiming too busy but suggested an up sell with no description. I have no idea why my wife and I took the suggestion.... we got caught in the moment, I guess.
It was good food, really good, however I think for a $250 plus meal we will likely try other places before we return, if we do???
We love this place and have always had great experiences here, until last night. We ordered a stuffed pasta and after biting into it we found a plastic bag in it. The appetizers and everything else were great but after chewing on a plastic bag that was left in our pasta it kind of ruined our night. We let the staff know and they were happy to take that food item off of our bill but the overall exeperience was not a pleasent one. We hope that this hasn’t happened to anyone else as this is definitely a great restaurant and hopefully my girlfriend and I will get the courage to come back.
We live downtown and have at our doorstep many new and interesting restaurants. Barolo has in the past been a favorite primarily for the ambience and location.
Our experience last Sunday was our first visit in some time and unfortunately very forgettable.
It came down to the food. My out of town guest ordered the pork shank. I had the wild boar and my wife, the Branzino.
All fell short in flavor and texture. Especially the wild boar which i could hardly chew.
Wonderful find! I had lunch at Barolo about a year ago and couldn't wait t get back. This time it was dinner with mom. Everything was top notch except for one of the cocktails which was made incorrectly. Service was fantastic. Can't wait to go back:)
Thanks, Sean P.
Food was very disappointing....special ravioli were tough, no flavour, doughy, no filling...coffee served cold, took 10 minutes to get new cup, carpacio also no flavour, no spice.. house red wine bitter and raw...presentation good, place is very atractive, and prices ok, but food needs help
The food as delicious and ample in its portions. The bottle of wine was an excellent value. Our wait staff was a perfectly attentive woman who was efficient and charming. But the sound track was absolutely dreadful- repeated tiresome drumming @ much too loud a level to talk c my dinner companions. I can not recommend this restaurant to others because of this.
Delicious food, attentive and well mannered wait staff. I left a comment on Open Table asking for an intimate table for 2 to celebrate my 40th Birthday and my husband's military deployment homecoming and we were promptly greeted with 2 menus at our table with "Happy 40th Birthday" printed on the top! Loved the special touch... shows that they care about their guests'special requests and events. Will definitely be eating there again!
The food and drinks were very good, the service was excellent, but the noise level was deafening. There was a large group of at least 20 that was seated at a long table on the opposite side of the main dining room. They were so loud and inconsiderate that it was impossible to carry on a conversation. It went on for nearly two hours - yelling at each other across the table, making loud toasts, and constantly changing seats. Our server just rolled her eyes, as it wasn't her party. Management should have done something but obviously chose not to.
One of our favorite restaurants. Normally excellent across the board. One of our three entree’s was not up to Barolo standards-it was very gritty. We mentioned this to our waiter and although sympathetic she made no adjustment to our bill. I switched meals with my wife and I was unable to eat the mushroom lasagna either. This does not change my high opinion of Barolo and we will return.
Our two-day stay in Seattle was made all the more special with a meal at Barolo. Our waitress couldn't have been more pleasant and efficient. The lobster risotto was sublime. Veal carparccio tasty and authentic. The only small negative was the background "duff duff" music. Still...well worth the visit.
Barolo has one pretty area with a long table that has 3 crystal chandeliers. The rest of the place is pretty basic. The food is over priced for what you get. $26 Pasta with salmon had about 1oz of salmon that was broken up into tiny flakes throughout. They overload every dish with parmigian cheese, great if you like that not so great if you find the smell over powering. Wait staff was great, attentive and knowledgeable. Dinner for 3 cost $180 before tip and that was for 3 pasta entrees and we each had a Caesar salad to start. Overall thought was food value wasn't very high.
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