Italian family restaurant open since 1992 at Queen Anne and now we are at 1319 n. 49th st near green lake area
Open 8 years ago Aug/01/2006
Perché No first opened in lower Queen Anne in the Spring of 1992, after Asian Americans David and Lily Kong moved to the Seattle area from San Francisco.
Inspired by the similarities between Asian and Italian cultures, the Kongs opened the Italian eatery with dreams of providing the area with a family owned and run restaurant serving only the freshest, most authentic flavors and ingredients.
Today, Perché No Pasta and Vino is located in the Wallingford neighborhood and remains committed to providing a uniquely personal dining experience with visits from David or Lily throughout each meal.
Over 300 bottles of wine line the walls and are paired by Chef David himself with the made from scratch menu items.
At Perché No we feature fresh pasta made in-house daily, Italian wines, and chef's specials which means there's always something new to try!
Be sure to ask your server what special treats we have prepared for you during your visit!
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More information please call @ 206-547-0222
Hope you are all enjoying your spring.
This is an update to inform you all that we will be on a family vacation from mid April to early May.
Meaning we will be closed from April 10th and we will reopen on May 2nd during normal hours.
Also for April 9th we will be open from 5 pm until 8 pm instead of 9 pm.
[03/13/17] Hello friends, our upcoming cooking class on Sunday the 19th March is postponed until further notice due to scheduling issues. But you can still call us to make private cooking classes whenever!
Sorry Clark, The Malaysian dinner night dinner is
on March 5 Sunday at 6 pl ok thank you
Welcome 2017 happy new year every one we hope to see you all soon Ciao!
[12/14/16] Here is another reminder to make your reservations for Christmas eve early! We usually get a lot of reservations for that day and get booked very full. Also we will be closed the following couple of days!
[12/01/16] Great news! We are done with doing our catering today, so we will be open for normal business hours today! Also we will be open Christmas eve, but closed Christmas day and the day after that.
[11/28/16] Update: Good news for people who like to go out on Monday nights! Since Perche' No will be closed for a catering event for Wednesday (11/30), we will be making up for it by opening tomorrow, Monday (11/28). Hope to see you all there!
|Tuesday||4pm - 10pm|
|Wednesday||4pm - 10pm|
|Thursday||4pm - 10pm|
|Friday||4pm - 11pm|
|Saturday||4pm - 11pm|
|Sunday||4pm - 10pm|
A pasta stand located in Pike Place Market, across from Lowell's Restaurant and Sosio's Fruit and Vegetables. We offer over 70 varieties of pasta and would love to talk to you about food.
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Come and see us for a slice TODAY!! Call and order some pizza NOW!! 206-935-1800 We love our customers!
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