Cinque Terre Ristorante (five lands) is a beautiful area of the Italian Riviera which comprises five villages.

Cinque Terre Ristorante promises to bring the seafood-focused cuisine of the Italian Rivera, courtesy of brothers Leo, Salvio, and Roberto Varchetta. They’ll blend the influences of the picturesque Cinque Terre villages with Pacific Northwest products. Expect oysters, branzino, and octopus along with grass-fed beef and plenty of pasta made in-house. The restaurant also sports a custom Neapolitan gas-fired pizza oven.

For the past 20 years, brothers Leo, Salvio and Roberto Varchetta along with their parents, Melina and Pasquale Varchetta have owned and operated some of Seattle’s most beloved Italian restaurants. Serving the role of the quintessential perfect hosts, the Varchetta’s share their Italian warmth. From the time you walk in the door until the time you leave, you’ll sense that you are a part of the family.

Western Neon fabricated three beautiful signs designed by Graham Baba Architects. The curved sign that drapes over the railing, the vestibule sign inset into the concrete wall both have push-thru custom colored resin letters internally illuminated with LED’s. There is also an unlit under awning sign.
Cinque Terre (five lands) is a beautiful area of the Italian Riviera which comprises five villages.

Cinque Terre promises to bring the seafood-focused cuisine of the Italian Rivera, courtesy of brothers Leo, Salvio, and Roberto Varchetta. They’ll blend the influences of the picturesque Cinque Terre villages with Pacific Northwest products. Expect oysters, branzino, and octopus along with grass-fed beef and plenty of pasta made in-house. The restaurant also sports a custom Neapolitan gas-fired pizza oven.

For the past 20 years, brothers Leo, Salvio and Roberto Varchetta along with their parents, Melina and Pasquale Varchetta have owned and operated some of Seattle’s most beloved Italian restaurants. Serving the role of the quintessential perfect hosts, the Varchetta’s share their Italian warmth. From the time you walk in the door until the time you leave, you’ll sense that you are a part of the family.

Western Neon fabricated three beautiful signs designed by Graham Baba Architects. The curved sign that drapes over the railing, the vestibule sign inset into the concrete wall both have push-thru custom colored resin letters internally illuminated with LED’s. There is also an unlit under awning sign.
Cinque Terre (five lands) is a beautiful area of the Italian Riviera which comprises five villages.

Cinque Terre Ristorante promises to bring the seafood-focused cuisine of the Italian Rivera, courtesy of brothers Leo, Salvio, and Roberto Varchetta. They’ll blend the influences of the picturesque Cinque Terre villages with Pacific Northwest products. Expect oysters, branzino, and octopus along with grass-fed beef and plenty of pasta made in-house. The restaurant also sports a custom Neapolitan gas-fired pizza oven.

For the past 20 years, brothers Leo, Salvio and Roberto Varchetta along with their parents, Melina and Pasquale Varchetta have owned and operated some of Seattle’s most beloved Italian restaurants. Serving the role of the quintessential perfect hosts, the Varchetta’s share their Italian warmth. From the time you walk in the door until the time you leave, you’ll sense that you are a part of the family.

Western Neon fabricated three beautiful signs designed by Graham Baba Architects. The curved sign that drapes over the railing, the vestibule sign inset into the concrete wall both have push-thru custom colored resin letters internally illuminated with LED’s. There is also an unlit under awning sign.

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