Looking for down-home, high-quality Italian that’s anything but basic? You’ve come to the right place. Family-run Bucatini, just off the main drag on Edmonds Way, oozes Brooklyn vibes: big, bold, authentic flavors, homemade, hearty pastas, fork-tender meatballs, Bolognese that tastes like it’s been simmering for days at grandma’s house, some of the best Caesar salad you’ll ever dig into, and of course, plenty of room for scratch-made desserts, like the decadent, yet airy, honey lavender mascarpone cake.


Seattle Times food writer Jackie Varriano hailed Bucatini as “a super-cozy red-sauce joint where you and your beloved will be treated like family…” in her Feb. 12, 2020 feature, “8 low-key neighborhood spots around Greater Seattle for your Valentine’s Day dinner.”

She’s right. It’ll be your go-to in no time.

Besides lots of delicious take-out, plus family-style trays, Bucatini also sells market items to-go, including house-made marinara, homemade pappardelle, Sicilian extra-virgin olive oil, canned tomatoes from Italy, and bottles of fine wine.

Bucatini is located on 9818 Edmonds Way, across from PCC. Call 425-361-1487 for more info.