It’s hard to beat the warmth, energy, and sheer abundance of food of an Italian family gathering. Mothers, fathers, aunts, uncles, and cousins tuck into plate after delicious plate and lift glass after glass. If there’s a man who embodies this spirit of conviviality, it’s Mauro Golmarvi, owner of Assaggio.
Sara Dickerman (Seattle Stranger)

 

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It’s hard to beat the warmth, energy, and sheer abundance of food of an Italian family gathering. Mothers, fathers, aunts, uncles, and cousins tuck into plate after delicious plate and lift glass after glass. If there’s a man who embodies this spirit of conviviality, it’s Mauro Golmarvi, owner of Assaggio.
Sara Dickerman (Seattle Stranger)

It’s hard to beat the warmth, energy, and sheer abundance of food of an Italian family gathering. Mothers, fathers, aunts, uncles, and cousins tuck into plate after delicious plate and lift glass after glass. If there’s a man who embodies this spirit of conviviality, it’s Mauro Golmarvi, owner of Assaggio.
Sara Dickerman (Seattle Stranger)

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