I’m incredibly impatient when it comes to waiting in line. The only exceptions to this rule are new Star Wars films and Il Corvo Pasta in Pioneer Square. Dedicated customers will queue up nearly around the block for Mike Easton’s and Victoria Diaz Easton’s homemade tagliatelle, mafaldine, and spaghetti nero dishes, and warm, fluffy focaccia. For these lunchtime treats, the long line is certainly warranted—I still catch myself dreaming of the Easton’s conchiglie with briny bits of anchovy, lemon zest ribbons, and pickled chilies. The best part: Il Corvo’s pasta dishes are under $10. A note for Seattle introverts: This place is always crowded and tables are typically “social,” meaning that total strangers will need to sit together on occasion (gasp!). ANA SOFIA KNAUF
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