Rigoletto is located in South Lake Union’s historical landmark,
The Supply Laundry Building.

Rigoletto, set in the historic Stackhouse building of South Lake Union, is excited to set the table for the residents of this growing community. Our chef, born and raised in Piedmont, will be recreating the simple, refined dishes of his home with local ingredients from the Pacific Northwest. Seasonal dishes will pair with our carefully selected, Italian, Washington, and Oregon wine list.

The focus at Rigoletto is truly on the food and community it unites. Simple, tasteful, dishes made with the care and expertise of those who grew up eating it.

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Incredible restaurant to do your Holiday events...Rigoletto is the Perfect Venue for your Holiday Party , Call us at 206-4949225 for Reservations
We have 4 different rooms and can host up to 240 people
Osteriarigoletto@gmail.com
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Incredible restaurant to do your Holiday events...

10 months ago

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Looking for a place to Host your next event?
Rigoletto is the place for you, our Classy and Beautiful decor, and our Delicious food, make us the perfect Venue for your Gathering.
Call us @206-4949225
Osteriarigoletto@gmail.com
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Looking for a place to Host your next event?
Rigoletto is the place for you, our Classy and Beautiful decor, and our Delicious food, make us the perfect Venue for your Gathering.
Call us @206-4949225 
Osteriarigoletto@gmail.com

 

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It looks lovely. What kind of food and how much does it cost?

Jaffer Barlas Jessica Wu Barlas This is that place I was telling you about. It’s hidden down an alley, but the interior space is impressive. This is the entrance. They have another interesting room in the back.

Looks like just the sort of place the proverbial Doctor Ordered, that guys with names like Neil Thomas Proto, Tim Noto, Bob De Dea or Steve Marzocco should likely show up and check out this new joint. Or better yet, show up and sing something classy like “Figolo, Figolo...” 😉 Yes, I’m pulling a Norm Crosbyism there. Where’s Dino Crocetti aka Dean Martin when you need him, anyway. Dean Martin Celebrity Roast or not?! Yup, no surprise at all his Dad was the other best regarded Barber in town, to my Dad‘s Dad. Fairly definitive Working Class Small Town, America aka Steubenville, Ohio where many of the Steel Mill Rivertown Scenes from Apocalypse Now were filmed, incidentally. *Accurately*.

Very bravo

Tarl Yarber check this one out

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