Where to Get Some Great Fettuccine Alfredo in Seattle WA?

Ask the locals and they'll tell you these are the best places to go.

Whenever I want the best recommendations for restaurants, especially in big cities like Seattle, Spokane, or Portland, I'll head to either Reddit, Yelp, or ask one of my friends.

There's something special about fettuccine Alfredo.

Whoever makes it has to get the sauce just right, and it has to be the kind of sauce that makes you want to act like a peasant and dip your bread all in it!


Noodles can also make or break your fettuccine Alfredo dish.

Do you use the cheap kind or do you go all out and buy the gourmet pasta from some bougie pasta shop?

Are you having your fettuccine Alfredo with some chicken, shrimp, sausage, sautéed vegetables, or plain with no meat or vegetables?

I used to be a chicken fettuccine Alfredo girl, but now I'm in my shrimp fettuccine Alfredo era!

Palermo Pizza & Pasta Capitol Hill in Seattle WA
Palermo Pizza & Pasta Capitol Hill via Google Maps

According to Seattle locals, these are the best places you can get fettuccine Alfredo:

  • Olive Garden (They'll treat you like family, eh?)
  • The Grocery Store!
  • Make it at home!
  • Costco (??)
  • Palermo on 15th in Capitol Hill
  • Bizarro in Wallingford
  • Machiavelli in Capitol Hill
  • Chinook's at Fisherman's Terminal
  • Salvatore



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