Member since April 19, 2008
steelslider has rated 5 pizzas:
Good thin crust and good quality toppings and ingredients. The crust is thin, but it was too chewy! My jaw ached after I left. I thought this place was gonna be awesome but it was just ok.
This pizza stinks. Don't eat it. Go to Pagliaci's.
Good upscale thin crust pizza fired in a wood burning oven. Restaurant is primarily destination for dining in (Vs. to go) and features a nice atmosphere. Owned by Tom Douglass, Seattle's celebrity (businessman) chef. Really nice food and good service. Good cocktails, too.
Via Tribunali offers the same quality food or better with a more upbeat atmosphere and interesting environment, but really, this is a close 2nd.
This is a great sit-down pizza place. The pizza is killer - thin crust and wood oven fired. the restaurant feels like you are in a small italian church with stained glass and candelabras. Truly authentic italian toppings and antipasto. Good beer and wine, too. No reservations, so be prepared to wait on a busy night. go to the Comet and get a beer to kill some time. totally worth it.
Pagliacci is the best casual-style pizza in the seattle area. It features thin style pizza with quality ingredients and toppings that range from standard to creative. Haven't had a slice I didn't like. Salads are kick ass too, plus they deliver.
There are lots of locations: One on Broadway in Cap Hill, another on 10th, and at least one more in Bellevue.