If you are craving classic Italian fare and need it to show up exactly on time, for that office meeting, get delivery, Seattle. You won’t have to look far to find it. There are a lot of phenomenal Italian food options in Seattle, tasty and affordable and refined, says Thrillist. Italian fare is such an “indelible (and inescapable) part of our culinary culture” that you’ll find the best Italian “almost everywhere you look,” even in Seattle. Here are the ten best caterers delivering piping-hot Italian food straight to your office.
Milano Pizza & Pasta (NE 45th St., Seattle)
For personal pizzas to a massive pie buffet, go to Milano Pizza & Pasta. There, fresh toppings like sautéed garlic, fresh mozzarella, and garden-ripe veggies come loaded into every pie. Alternatively, present your lunch-and-learn guests chicken parmesan sandwiches, which burst with flavors of sweet onions and marinara, served on crispy french bread. Clearly the best Italian in Seattle feed a hungry bunch well!
Terentino’s Catering (21st Ave. W., Seattle)
Hosting a happy hour and want to impress? Terentino’s massive appetizer menu offers group catering options like sweet melon with salty prosciutto, Mediterranean chicken skewers with artichokes and olives, and potato bites with bacon and chives. Need sustenance? Go for a buffet-style bar of rich pastas. Whatever you order the food brings pleasure and brightens even the grayest Seattle day.
Zaccagni’s (3rd Ave., Seattle)
If you’re craving classic Italian cuisine and need guaranteed delivery, Seattle, come here. Zaccagni’s has you covered. Plus, eaters can’t stop raving about the food. A hefty meat lasagna or penne primavera loaded with fresh garden vegetables satiates appetites. The truffled mac-and-cheese hors d’oeuvre is an update no one can resist. Expect to make return trips to the table.
Amante Italian Restaurant (10th Ave. E., Seattle)
Budget-friendly portions? Check. Corporate catering? Check. House-made gourmet pastas? Check. No matter your catering needs, this local favorite has got you covered. Check out their pizzas with seasoned sauces, spicy Italian meats, and fresh veggies. Add on one of their refreshing salads or a sweet, creamy tiramisu dessert dusted ever so lightly with cocoa.
Mad Pizza (Madison St., Seattle)
This family owned gourmet pizzeria takes great pride in unique offerings. Crispy chicken wings and mozzarella sticks are baked, not fried (but you’d never guess it). Pizza toppings can include apples, cashews, jerk chicken, and a garlic-ricotta sauce base. If you’re looking to get inspiration for your Italian delivery order, Seattle, look no further.
Luciano’s Pizza & Pasta (Lake City Way NE, Seattle)
Need options? Luciano’s has got them! They offer gluten-free crusts for eaters with allergies. And their house-made salad dressings and sauces—like spicy olive oil, pesto, or classic marinara—add a little extra oomph to their pies. Their list of salads and pastas is so extensive it appears never-ending. Welcome to one of the best Italian spots in Seattle for feeding hungry crowds.
Delfino’s Chicago Style Pizza (NE University Village St., Seattle)
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Delfino dishes up stuffed, Chicago, and thin-crust pies with flaky, buttery crusts and super tangy sauce. Eric’s Meaty Masterpiece is generously loaded with three kinds of meat in a pie. Vegetarians get bright sun-dried tomato and artichokes. Desserts go the distance, too, with chocolate chip cookies and apple pies in deep-dish form. It’s the best Italian in Seattle, and then some.
Soprano’s Pizza & Pasta (24th Ave. NW, Seattle)
Nothing brings people to the table like an antipasto salad overflowing with meats and cheeses, and speckled with peppery olives and feta. A steaming tray of fluffy potato gnocchi with creamy Gorgonzola sauce is great. Pizza pies with delicate goat cheese or fire-roasted red peppers do the trick, too. Your people won’t walk away from this.
Kelly Cannoli (35th Ave. NE, Seattle)
You haven’t had a cannoli if you haven’t had a Kelly’s cannoli! These crispy pastry shells nearly overflow with sweet ricotta, vanilla-cinnamon, or espresso cream. Mini, large, and gluten-free versions of the pastry are available, too. Crunchy toppings of candy, cookies, or nuts seal the deal. Perfect for shaking up any team celebration, a platter of cannoli makes for the sweetest Italian delivery that Seattleites could possibly dream up.
Padrino’s Pizza & Pasta (10th Ave. E., Seattle)
If a restaurant wants to win the title of “best Italian in Seattle,” variety is the name of the game. Here, you won’t need to order the same thing twice. There are baked pasta entrées, fully loaded specialty pizzas, and dinner salads (overflowing). Meat lovers get an extra sprinkle of bacon bits on their pie and vegetarians get a twist on bruschetta—a combo of feta, onions, garlic, basil, and olives. Everyone agrees that the carrot cake is their favorite.
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