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Established in 2008, MOD Pizza is known for its artisan pizzas which are made-to-order. Customers can build their own pizzas and choose whichever toppings, sauces and cheeses they want on their pizzas. If you are unsure as to which toppings you want, you can always go with one of the classic pizzas on their menu. Craft beer and wine are available to sip on along with your meal as well as refreshing iced tea and milkshakes.
Steps from the Dahlia Lounge, this Tom Douglas creation is all about pizza. Not like his infamous Coconut Cream one—Serious is about phenomenal pies. The space is intimate, with just 50 seats, rustic exposed beam ceilings, and a wood-fired oven surrounded by natural stone visible through the open kitchen. Pizza crust is melt-in-your mouth perfect. Try the house made mozzarella, their exclusive sausage and pancetta, or indulge in Penn Cove clam pizza. Round out your meal with an organic lettuce starter and be sure to finish with a cannoli for dessert. Offerings change seasonally.
On your quest for the best pizza, stop by Hot Mama's Pizza in the Capitol Hill neighborhood. What makes Hot Mama's a hot favorite are the New York-style pizzas that they have been serving since 1995. The pesto made them famous and still continues be the rockstar on the menu. Another must-try would have to be the house combo which comes layered with pepperoni, sausage, peppers, onions and mushrooms, a treat for every meat-lover. The atmosphere is quite friendly and take-away is also offered.
Unconventional and gourmet describe Zeek's Pizza, a casual pizzeria with a varied menu. Try the Thai One On pizza on with peanut sauce, chicken and cilantro, or the Tree Hugger, laden with all sorts of vegetables. Those a little nervous about nouveau pizza need not fret. With more than 28 toppings, there is something to suit every taste and you can build your own pizza pie with your choices. Beer and wine are also served here. Part of a chain of restaurants, this branch on Denny way is a great spot for a family meal.
A piece of the Eternal City is nestled in the Capitol Hill area, a venture of Ethan Stowell Restaurants - Rione XIII. The sublime and rustic atmosphere is perfect to wine and dine on special occasions and even suits casual outings. The brick and wood facade lends a warmth to the ambiance without being pretentious and service doesn't fail to charm. Menu highlights include the Prosciutto di Parma, the Mortadella, Mozzarella & Arugula Pizza, Ricotta Agnolotti and Oxtails alla Vaccinara. Lovely Italian wines add a finesse to the courses, making dining at Rione XIII a memorable experience.
When it comes to pizzas The Independent Pizzeria means business. Tucked in the lovely Madison Park, not only is this pizzeria a neighborhood go-to but attracts pizza lovers from all over Northwest. Rustic yet elegant, the restaurant's interiors are comfortable, inviting and when the weather is nice most patrons prefer to dine on the patio. The pizzas are meant to be shared and baked in brick hearths, served in Neapolitan style. Favorites on the menu include the pepperoni, quattro formaggi, beta and stevedore. Wash down your pie with root beer which is available on tap.
Northlake Tavern & Pizza House has remained Northwest's fixture for sumptuous and crusty pizzas since 1954. An old-school charm still resonates through the dining room, while the quirky yet unpretentious decor makes it a perfect spot for fun family dinners, friendly night-out and casual pizza hogging. A must-try on the menu would have to be the zesty chicken special and logger special which comes with real Canadian bacon. Beer is also served.
Seattle is not big on vegan dining establishments, and for those who have those dietary restrictions, it may be hard to come across good restaurants choices. One of the sole vegan-ventures in the University District, Pizza Pi, lets vegans enjoy delicious pizzas that are healthy and consciously prepared. The choices are not limited and apart from pizzas you can also enjoy great appetizers, salads, sandwiches, calzones and desserts. Must-trys for those visiting for the first time would have to be the Phoni-Pepperoni, Southwestern, Rainy Day and Cheesesteak. Also don't forget to ask for the Santa Cruz Ginger Ale, the best choice from the drinks selection.
This bustling space is always filled with hungry locals and tourists looking for delicious thin crust pizza. The pizzeria has wood-fired pizzas that make it really special as you get to see the process of how this gorgeous pizza is made. This award winning pizzeria also has soft, homemade breads and a base that is as good as the pizza itself. Add to that fresh toppings, oodles of cheese and a taste that is had to forget!