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Hotel Vintage 1100 5th Ave Seattle, WA 98101
1100 5th AvenueUSWashingtonSeattle98101
$$$Italian RestaurantToday 8:00 am – 12:00 am
Monday 7:00 am – 12:00 amTuesday 7:00 am – 12:00 amWednesday 7:00 am – 12:00 amThursday 7:00 am – 12:00 amFriday 7:00 am – 12:00 amSaturday 8:00 am – 12:00 amSunday 8:00 am – 12:00 am
We combine rustic Italian preparations with fresh Pacific Northwest ingredients in a great location along with outstanding service. Tulio is widely regarded as one of the city's best restaurants.
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Urbane, dark-paneled restaurant linked to Hotel Vintage Park & serving upscale Italian cuisine.- Google
"The sweet potato gnocchi mouthwatering, simply the best variation."
"The Sweet Potato Gnocchi was really good."
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Simon Butcher
2 months ago
After tiring from hearing from everyone about the Sweet Potato Gnocchi here (something I had never tried, anywhere), I caved in on my last night staying at the Hotel Vintage and came down here for dinner. The restaurant was full to the brim - a good sign for a Thursday night - but the staff still managed to accommodate me relatively quickly with no fuss. I am happy to report that the Gnocchi is one of the most amazing I have tasted, and well worth a visit on its own. I rarely choose from the evening specials as those meals are usually hastily crafted by the chef from left-overs, but I changed my mind when told about their Sturgeon, which in my opinion should be a regular on their menu. All in all: a lovely meal, amazing and friendly staff, although I was a bit put off by the somewhat old-fashioned "stuffiness" within the presentation of both the food and the restaurant itself. Nevertheless I would be very happy to return, if only to try that amazing Sweet Potato Gnocchi again.
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Beckey S
6 months ago
A friend and I met in Seattle for a cruise that was departing the next day. We asked the hotel staff for recommendations on restaurants and Tulio's came up multiple times. It was within walking distance so we decided to stop by. As soon as we entered the restaurant, we were greeted. They were booked solid but offered to seat us at the bar or at a small Bistro table near the entry. The atmosphere was relaxing. The restaurant seems to attract an older crowd. Most of the folks dining that evening were friendly and happy. Although I did not see a cellphone policy, not a single cellphone rang during our time at the restaurant. The Menu does not offer a wide selection of items but don't let that turn you away. I ordered RISOTTO chanterelle mushrooms, chanterelle cream, buttered leeks. This was my first taste of Chanterelle Mushrooms and the dish was perfect. My friend ordered their RIBEYE with fingerling potatoes with chanterelle salt, roasted mushrooms, onions, and parsley. She ate every morsel and declared that it was the best meal from recent memory. Tulio's exceeded our expectations and it was one of the best dining experiences we found in Seattle.
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Brian Edwards
a year ago
Tulio is top notch! I dined here last night after a short walk up from Pike's Place Market and couldn't have been more impressed with what I found after entering the restaurant. There was a nice outdoor seating area that would have been perfect to sit in considering the beautiful weather in Seattle, but I made my way inside to the bar. I was greeted with a glass of water and a cocktail menu from one of the liveliest bartenders I've come across. The cocktail list is just as amazing as the food! The veal with ricotta gnocci was so amazingly good, perfect flavor and great presentation. I can't wait to stop by Tulio the next time I'm in Seattle. As a first time visitor to Seattle, I rank Tulio among the top attractions that you just have to visit.
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Food Republic
a year ago
This award-winning Italian restaurant in downtown Seattle serves its elegantly infused shake at the sort of dark, polished wood bar that can only be called “handsome.” Put on your dressing slippers and sidle up for the Shake of Life, made from Finlandia vodka, Giffard vanilla liqueur, Kahlua, Meletti Cioccolato liqueur, vanilla gelato and a shot of espresso for good measure.
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Ruby White
3 weeks ago
I went to Tulio's yesterday for a team lunch and ordered the linguine (with clams). The meal itself was mediocre and the cost was high, but my biggest problem was the food poisoning afterwards. Had lunch at about 1pm and by 4pm I took a spiraling turn for the worst. I have never been so nauseous in my life... which was awesome given the hour that it takes me to commute home. When my husband saw me he asked me if I needed to go to the hospital. :( Will never eat here again!
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Cindy Winter
in the last week
amazing place, loved it.
Victoria Wojciechowski
a year ago
Exceptional service, superb food and wonderful ambiance. My husband has raved about Tulio's for years and makes sure he goes every time he travels to Seattle. This time I had the opportunity to understand why. From the moment we stepped through the door, this well managed facility attempted to meet our every need or desire. Roberto, the maitre d, called eight different locations to find a place where I could find Mahi served for lunch the next day. Our server was super attentive all the while providing a private dining experience. The food was divine! We started with a mushroom Risotto which was creamy and flavorful. The halibut, which was the fish special was cooked to perfection and placed on a wonderful mix of couscous with mint, grapes, pine nuts and greens. The desert, which we shared, was a pistachio semi-freddo. David the manager recommended a delightful desert wine, Maculan dindarello moscato giallo del vento 2011, which accented the selection perfectly. Over all, the experience was the best I have had in years. No wonder this is my husbands favorite Seattle establishment! We will return. V
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Michelle Stafford
a year ago
Outstanding! I coordinated a recent trip for a group of executives for a two day meeting event in Seattle. Their dinner on Thursday was at Tulio's. Everyone has raved about how delicious the food was and how beautiful the restaurant is. They were able to all sit in a private area and were totally pleased with the service and ambiance. As the planner, I really liked being able to make a reservation by actually just making a phone call and not having to go through an online reservation program. I have to say that as soon as I can get to Seattle myself - I'm going to Tulio's!!
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