February Sunday Feast at Tavolata

Chef Addam Buzzalini has a wonderful menu of braised meats planned for the Sunday Feast on February 21. Tavolàta’s tables will groan under house made porchetta, gnocchi with pork cheek and speck, rabbit with wild mushroom, and venison with parsnips and currants. Dinner begins at 6pm and is $80/person—reservations are required, call 206.838.8008 to reserve a spot. Tavolàta is skipping March, so the next feast will be on April 3—with lamb!


Porchetta mostarda, huckleberry compote, torta fritta
Oxtail Arancini fried risotto, Taleggio, tomato sauce
Lamb Neck Bruschetta smoked olive, anchovy, za’atar yogurt

Gem Salad vinaigrette, radish, chive

Pork Cheek potato gnocchi, speck ham, chard
Beef Cheek red wine strozzapreti, gremolata

Veal Breast parsley root, black truffle, lemon
Rabbit wild mushroom, cipollini onion, red wine
Venison Shoulder parsnip, red currant, aged balsamic

Coffee Panna Cotta amaretti, orange cream

The dinner is limited to 26 guests, so make your reservation soon!
Save the Date

Upcoming feasts in 2016:

March 6
— Salmon Feast
April 3 — Lamb Feast
May 1 — Foraged Feast
June 5 — Whole Pig Feast
Opened in January of 2007 by chef Ethan Stowell, Tavolàta is an urban Italian eatery located at 2323 Second Avenue in Seattle’s bustling Belltown neighborhood. Sublime house made pastas, simple Italian cuisine, and a 30-foot communal table (tavolàta) that runs down the center of the narrow room keeps the crowds coming back. Tavolàta offers a full bar and a selection of Northwest and Italian wines. Tavolàta serves dinner seven nights a week from 5pm to 11pm. A happy hour bar menu is offered from 5pm – 7pm every evening. Tavolàta has a small patio for seasonal dining. For more information or reservations, call 206.838.8008 or visit www.ethanstowellrestaurants.com.

Written by Charles Koh

Founded EatSeattle, and has continued to use his expertise as editor-in-chief to guide the website’s growth over the last five years. Koh’s experience focuses on digital marketing and social media, and has been a part of several companies, some of which he created, specializing in both areas over the course of his career. Koh was previously with Google and Zagat where he helped expand and grow communities worldwide.

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