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November 21, 2011 | | Comments 5

Mercato Stellina: Italian Market and Sandwich Shop Opens on Main Street

Mercato Stellina Bellevue Main StreetMercato Stellina, an Italian market and sandwich shop, opened Monday, Nov. 21, at One Main Street Condominiums in downtown Bellevue.

The market’s warm lighting, rustic décor, and wood furniture create a welcoming atmosphere where customers can feast on freshly-made sandwiches or share a bottle of red wine. Specialty items are also available, including olive oil, pasta, sauces, cheeses, and cured meats.

Mercato Stellina, located at 10000 Main St., suite 104, is open for lunch and dinner, from 10:30am to 7:30pm, Monday through Saturday. The market offers 18 customer parking spaces in One Main Street Condominiums’ upper parking garage.

Call (425) 732-6611 or visit their website for more information.

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About the Author: Lauren is a freelance journalist who lives in Bellevue, Washington.

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  1. looking fwd to checking this out. great stuff. love cantinetta in bellevue.

  2. Stopped in for a sandwich today. Had the porchetta (an italian pulled pork-style sandwich). It was delicious. Served with a fresh caprese salad (this one with cherry tomatoes and small buffalo mozz), it was more than enough for a hearty lunch. The store vibe is clean, well lit, and hip. Bought a nice bottle of Italian vino while I was there (Vignalta). I’ll be back for the cured meats and fine cheeses. This is a great addition to Main Street and Old Bellevue (which is quickly becoming the best place to eat in Bvue).

  3. Thanks for the feedback Mark! How quick was the service? Also, did you feel prices were reasonable?

  4. I picked up some freshly made pasta, prosciutto, and imported cheese. Paired it with a bottle of Barolo that the manager recommended. Took it all home and had an incredible meal. What a great place and a great concept.

  5. I had looked forward to trying out the paninis here after reading the reviews, but when I showed up tonight at 6pm (they close at 7:30) everything was wrapped out. The person working came and told me they were out of bread (and usually run out of it at about 3:30 or 4pm) and seemed annoyed when I started asking general questions like how long they had been open. He definitely wasn’t eager to serve customers and quickly went into the back room again. I don’t think I’ll be back anytime soon.

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