San Fermo, located in the conspicuous 19th century house that sits amid all the brick and cobblestone of Ballard Avenue, is a neighborhood Italian restaurant from the owners of nearby Percy’s & Co. (they also own Bimbo’s, Cha Cha, Rudy’s barbershops, and the Ace Hotel). There are seasonal dishes, Sunday farmers markets dinners, and handmade pastas, as well as Italian-American classics like chicken parm sandwiches.
“People ask me, ‘What region of Italy?,’” owner Tim Baker told Seattle Metropolitan magazine. “I say, ‘New Jersey.’”
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