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If you're craving Italian food, there's a brand new restaurant open in downtown Pasco!

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What's the name?

Ciao Trattoria is an eatery featuring Italian and Mediterranean cuisine. It's NOW open Tuesday through Saturday from 11 am till 8 pm, and closed Sunday and Monday.

The Menu

The Ciao Trattoria menu features a variety from the classic Gyro Sandwich, tasty appetizers, various coffees and beverages to Lemon Pasta, salads, and delectable desserts.

The Ciao Trattoria Facebook says:

All your favorite dishes from Ciao Wagon and much more. We offer quick service take out and eat in dining serving Mediterranean and Italian influenced dishes. Our food is simple and fresh.

 

Who is Ciao Trattoria?

Chef Jessie Ayala has a passion for food. Chef Ayala attended Culinary School and worked at the Columbia Tower Club and The Crab Pot in Seattle. The Chef then was offered to work at a family bed and breakfast in Prosser, before he and his wife Susanne opened a restaurant in downtown Prosser in 2010. They partnered with local wineries to pair entrees with wines.

What's next?

According to their website, the husband-wife team was approached and committed to the idea of opening a restaurant in the new Osprey Pointe Market Place going in at the Port of Pasco. They remain committed and plan to open Ciao Kitchen as a casual fine dining restaurant and full bar.

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Ciao Trattoria is located at 112 North 4th Avenue in Pasco. Currently, the Ayala's continue to operate a food truck and catering business, as well.

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