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Six decades in Burien have seen many changes, but there are some things that remain the same when it comes to our own homegrown Italian restaurant success story – Angelo’s Restaurant!

Family, tradition and consistency are just a few of the enduring principals which have made Angelo’s of Burien a hometown favorite since 1957, when they opened as an Italian delicatessen on SW 153rd and 6th Ave SW. Since that time, quality and freshness of ingredients remain the guiding inspiration for their classic menu of Italian American favorites.

Whether you have yet to discover the secret to their success, or if you are a “regular,” the Ricci family want to thank you for making their place one of Burien’s “essential places” for all these years. They are offering you a special $15.00 gift now through July 6th, 2018. With just a few restrictions, this gift says “Buon Appetito” welcoming you to enjoy a signature steak, pasta, pizza or house specialty such as tender prawns or Sole a la Angelo.

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Want to know a little more about their fascinating history? Check out a small chronicle of their history shown through the lens of news clippings from yore. You are sure to discover why Angelo’s is a place where local memories have been made for 60 years and counting!

In May 1957, Angelo Ricci opened a delicatessen and restaurant on the corner of SW 153rd and 6th SW in Burien. At first it was just a small counter and a few tables next to the only liquor store in town. Angelo was a second-generation American descended from a family from Pisterzo, Lazio, in the Monti Lepini—about 100 km southeast of Rome.

Angelo learned his family’s method of Italian cooking from his father Michele—a grocer who had immigrated from Italy to Osawatomie, Kansas in 1911. Michele always emphasized the importance of the quality and freshness of ingredients.

Ricci Bros. Grocery Advertisement, The Osawatomie Graphic, May 12, 1921 at. 4.

Byron Fish, Easterners Try to Teach Us About Delicatessens, The Seattle Times, September 2, 1959, at 41.

Angelo and his family rapidly expanded—offering a full dining room and lounge by the early 1960s. The times were quite different: Angelo wasn’t allowed to serve alcohol on Sundays. Angelo made a name for himself by bringing food from around the country and the world to Burien.

Paul B. Lowney, Seattle Night and Day, The Seattle Times, July 27, 1962, at 57.

A second location in Bellevue opened in 1976. Today Angelo’s in Burien is home to a large dining room, lounge, and three banquet spaces.

We’re very happy to be celebrating sixty years serving our friends and neighbors in Burien. Please come in and share a story or a memory with us.

Angelo’s of Burien is located at 601 SW 153rd Street, Burien, WA:

Angelo’s of Burien
601 SW 153rd Street
Burien, WA 98166

Lunch Hours:

Monday: 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Tuesday: 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Wednesday: 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Thursday: 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Friday: 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

Dinner Hours:

Monday: 4:30 PM – 9:30 PM
Tuesday: 4:30 PM – 9:30 PM
Wednesday: 4:30 PM – 9:30 PM
Thursday: 4:30 PM – 9:30 PM
Friday: 4:30 PM – 10 PM
Saturday: 4:30 PM – 10 PM
Sunday: 4:30 PM – 9:30 PM

Phone: (206) 244-3555

Website: http://www.angelosofburien.com

Email: [email protected]

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AngelosBurien/

3-D Tour: angelosofburien.com/tour

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