Gaspare Ristorante

★★★★☆
  • 6705 Greenwood Ave N

    Seattle, WA 98103

    Map & Directions
  • 206-297-3600

About Gaspare Ristorante

Hours
Mon-Sat 5 p.m. - 10 p.m. Sun 5 p.m. - 9 p.m

Food

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Gaspare, we really, really want to like you.

Your warm welcome and impeccable, yet personable, service are spot-on and wonderful. Your atmosphere is lovely: all soft lighting and comfortable yet elegant old home feeling. The reason for

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★★★★★

Gaspare, we really, really want to like you.

Your warm welcome and impeccable, yet personable, service are spot-on and wonderful. Your atmosphere is lovely: all soft lighting and comfortable yet elegant old home feeling. The reason for

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We've been to Gaspare probably a dozen times and have always enjoyed it. The food is relable, tasty and feels like a decent value. It's in a sweet bungalow and is a great place to go when you actually want to converse with your dining companions. Diane is a personable hostess and the wait staff are considerate and professional. Service is good and prompt, almost too prompt occasionally. I'd like a longer space between my appetizer and my main course. My partner is a vegan and there are several options for her to enjoy. the pasta is cooked perfectly and the chicken meatball special is delightful. Well spiced meatballs in a tasty red sauce. The bruschetta is delicious as well. I'm not as big a fan of their seafood options but you should find a lovely meal by staying toward the land or vegetarian side. This place has become a regular stop for us. Try Tuesday evenings when you can get half priced bottles of wine.

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★★★★☆

We've been to Gaspare probably a dozen times and have always enjoyed it. The food is relable, tasty and feels like a decent value. It's in a sweet bungalow and is a great place to go when you actually want to converse with your dining companions. Diane is a personable hostess and the wait staff are considerate and professional. Service is good and prompt, almost too prompt occasionally. I'd like a longer space between my appetizer and my main course. My partner is a vegan and there are several options for her to enjoy. the pasta is cooked perfectly and the chicken meatball special is delightful. Well spiced meatballs in a tasty red sauce. The bruschetta is delicious as well. I'm not as big a fan of their seafood options but you should find a lovely meal by staying toward the land or vegetarian side. This place has become a regular stop for us. Try Tuesday evenings when you can get half priced bottles of wine.

Pros: lovely surroundings, tasty food, good service

Cons: seafood dishes not as good as other dishes, no nearby parking

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I went to Gaspare's on Greenwood a couple of nights ago and I forgot that I told myself the previous time that I wouldn't go back, and now I'm telling you. Their wine selection is paltry. They offer no sweet wine of any kind unless I want to buy a bottle. I said "Well, how about you open one of those bottles and sell me a glass of Reisling...?" No deal. Other restaurants manage to do it and serve a tasty meal. Not Gaspare's. I had the Linguine de Gaspare and not only was it flavorless and the shrimp over cooked, but, it gave me terrible gas in just a few mins. My friend had the eggplant parm, and he also had terrible gas. The food came very quickly which isn't always a good thing. All in all a very unpleasant experience. It was 8:00 on Sun and there was only one other couple in the place, four of us total. And it's overpriced.

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★☆☆☆☆

I went to Gaspare's on Greenwood a couple of nights ago and I forgot that I told myself the previous time that I wouldn't go back, and now I'm telling you. Their wine selection is paltry. They offer no sweet wine of any kind unless I want to buy a bottle. I said "Well, how about you open one of those bottles and sell me a glass of Reisling...?" No deal. Other restaurants manage to do it and serve a tasty meal. Not Gaspare's. I had the Linguine de Gaspare and not only was it flavorless and the shrimp over cooked, but, it gave me terrible gas in just a few mins. My friend had the eggplant parm, and he also had terrible gas. The food came very quickly which isn't always a good thing. All in all a very unpleasant experience. It was 8:00 on Sun and there was only one other couple in the place, four of us total. And it's overpriced.

Pros: cute restaurant but that's about it

Cons: food wasn't great and overprice, lousy wine selection, unless you like Chard

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My Wife and I have been here a hand full of times. The food is always good as well as the service and ambiance. Gaspare and his wife are very welcoming. The thing that I noticed last time (because we are a little cash conscious these days) is that we each had a yummy plate of pasta a glass of wine and shared dessert for under $45. That is hard to do these days! It is close to out house which is great. If you live North of Lake union I highly recommend this restaurant. Oh they have a half price wine night too... Not sure which night though.

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★★★★★

My Wife and I have been here a hand full of times. The food is always good as well as the service and ambiance. Gaspare and his wife are very welcoming. The thing that I noticed last time (because we are a little cash conscious these days) is that we each had a yummy plate of pasta a glass of wine and shared dessert for under $45. That is hard to do these days! It is close to out house which is great. If you live North of Lake union I highly recommend this restaurant. Oh they have a half price wine night too... Not sure which night though.

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My husband and I walked in on a Friday night and got a table right away. I thought the food was okay but not worth the price. I probably wouldn't set out to have dinner hear again.

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★★★☆☆

My husband and I walked in on a Friday night and got a table right away. I thought the food was okay but not worth the price. I probably wouldn't set out to have dinner hear again.

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Nestled on the Phinney/Greenwood drag and neighbors with the boisterous Chupacabra is this cozy and charming restaurant. Fashioned out of a craftsman house, the front porch still in its original form and open for summer dining, Gaspare is a quiet and touch more upscaley option than the local pizzerias and spaghetti houses. The restaurant offers cocktails and even a miniature, twinkle lit, two-stool bar that looks like a perfect spot to sneak a smooch on a rainy night.

The menu offers the usual Italian fare, rich, tasty and with generous portions. Their wild green salad with gorgonzola and beans is fantastic, and the bruscetta is a mountain of tomatoes on rich, crusty bread. I'm a fan of linguini vongole and love their version, although last night's creamy pesto with linguini was almost as good. My partner, the meat-eater, has always left happy and with leftovers. Prices are a little higher than at another favorite over on Roosevelt, but the atmosphere is definitely way more conversation-inducing. The service has been pleasant on all our visits. They have a little gaggle of regulars and we're defnitely one of them.

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★★★★★

Nestled on the Phinney/Greenwood drag and neighbors with the boisterous Chupacabra is this cozy and charming restaurant. Fashioned out of a craftsman house, the front porch still in its original form and open for summer dining, Gaspare is a quiet and touch more upscaley option than the local pizzerias and spaghetti houses. The restaurant offers cocktails and even a miniature, twinkle lit, two-stool bar that looks like a perfect spot to sneak a smooch on a rainy night.

The menu offers the usual Italian fare, rich, tasty and with generous portions. Their wild green salad with gorgonzola and beans is fantastic, and the bruscetta is a mountain of tomatoes on rich, crusty bread. I'm a fan of linguini vongole and love their version, although last night's creamy pesto with linguini was almost as good. My partner, the meat-eater, has always left happy and with leftovers. Prices are a little higher than at another favorite over on Roosevelt, but the atmosphere is definitely way more conversation-inducing. The service has been pleasant on all our visits. They have a little gaggle of regulars and we're defnitely one of them.

 

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