Before we headed to the Ballard Locks, we had brunch at Volterra
This charming space has a skylight through which bountiful natural light streams.
Ultimate peach thyme bellini -- white peach puree, bitters, fresh thyme, prosecco ($7.00).
Volterra makes its own jam.
Black peppercorn wide noodles and duck ragu with Sicilian pecorino pepato ($13.45).
Fresh pasta smothered with a gorgeous savory duck-laden sauce. Lovely.
Bacon, Provolone, avocado, and green onion scramble with hash browns and toast ($10.45).
Strong breakfast offering albeit not Italian. Tasty.
Bellies full, we were ready to conquer Ballard.