Friday, March 26, 2010

Pavarotti's



Pavarotti's is a relatively new Italian restaurant. The food, including the pizza, is quite good and the people who run the place are delightfully pleasant! As you can see, the building has been delightfully decorated for Easter.

22 comments:

Kate said...

Nothing better than a GOOD Italan restaurant. I hope that it's as good as it looks!

Kcalpesh said...

I'm a crazy fan of an Italian food joint called Little Italy over here. Even your mention of pizza and pastas is mouth-watering :-D

Pavarotti's looks like a really cool place! Nice shots!

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Paula said...

Seems like a good neighborhood place. I hope the unhappy little chef finds his missing pizzas. He's really looking quite bleu. :)

Small City Scenes said...

I hear music---that voice---is it?---it must be.

BTW: Whay did everyone suppose I didn't like my misty picture or not even like the weather? I wouldn't have posted the pic if I didn't like it and as for misty foggy weather well......I have to have rain to keep the webs between the toes from drying out. You get that way if you have lived in the PNW for all your life.

Thanks for the ear. (Not that I think you are Van gogh) MB

tapirgal said...

Easter and pizza. Why does it not seem to go together?

VP said...

A bright new place, but the statue clearly represent a French chef or a Belgian investigator...

EG Wow said...

Looks like a place I might enjoy. I DO like pizza. :)

magiceye said...

makes you sing?!

Dan J. said...

A cute place. I wish we had more "Mom and Pop shops" like this around where I live. They are true treasures.

paula said...

A good name for a pizzaria.

Lisa Wilson said...

Cute place! It's a rough time to be starting a business, so I wish them success!

Jarart said...

Yum, Pasta! Poor little chef, he doesn't look happy.

bfarr said...

What a charming little fellow. Is the food good?

cieldequimper said...

Lol @ VP, I was about to say it wasn't a great likeness to the master himself. Do you at least get to hear his voice when you're eating?

Leif Hagen said...

Do they have good hamburgers there? Eating again, Jacob Meister?!

Steffe said...

I wonder where the name came from. Perhaps they like Luciano's voice.

Bob Poris said...

We have been eating there since it opened. We also like Carmine’s for real Italian food in a quiet setting.

Ilse said...

Brick oven pizza?

Halcyon said...

I wonder how the Tenor feels about his name being used to hawk pizza?

Rose said...

Sounds good to me!

Lois said...

I think you caught that fellow in an awkward moment!

Los Angeles Suburbia said...

What a face! ;)

He needs to lighten up, in more ways than one. LOL

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