Il Corvo, which means "the crow," is a place for handmade pasta lunches brought to you by Mike Easton, the former chef of Lecosho
(and also the former owner of Bizzarro in Wallingford). Easton makes his pasta with vintage hand-cranked machines, tops it with made-to-order sauces, and serves it to you for under $10 per plate. It's really, really good. Also, completely decent wines by the glass for as little as $4 each, and yay for that! Formerly located on the Pike Street Hillclimb near the Zig Zag, Il Corvo moved to a slightly less tiny spot in Pioneer Square in the beginning of 2013.