February is here and so is National Pizza Day. If it’s been a while since you’ve had a slice, it’s time to get out there and treat yourself to one or a whole pizza if you’re really feeling it. Luckily for you, Seattle has tons of great spots! Here are 11 of the best pizza places to grab a slice in Seattle.
This beautiful and minimal Seattle restaurant also happens to make a pretty tasty pizza. Their smaller menu that focuses on quality over quantity makes it easy to choose the perfect pie. Because we all need artisanal pizza once and a while.
Hours: Tuesday-Thursday 5 PM-9 PM, Friday 5 PM-10 PM, Saturday 4:30 PM-10 PM, Sunday 4:30 PM-9 PM
Where: 1415 NW 70th St
From the people behind Delancey comes Dino’s. Serving up both New Jersey round pizza and Sicilian rectangular, Dino’s is the place to grab a little something if you’re in Capitol Hill. Plus they have one of the best websites we’ve seen in a while.
Hours: Daily 4 PM-ish- 2 AM-ish
Where: 1524 E Olive Way
Veraci serves up a seriously mean wood-fired Neapolitan pie. And they have a wide selection of offerings or you can opt to build your own. So if you need some thin-crust goodness, we definitely recommend stopping by Veraci.
Hours: Tuesday-Sunday 12 PM-8:30 PM
Where: 500 NW Market St and 7320 35th Ave NE
If you want guaranteed great pizza delivered to your home we definitely recommend Pagliacci. They have a wide menu that includes sides and desserts like Gelato. Plus they have locations across the city so they’re accessible no matter where you’re located.
Where: 25 locations across Seattle and the Eastside
Billed as ‘the pizza that made White Centre famous’, Proletariat makes the trip out there more than worth it. Grab something simple, like maybe the REAL Hawaiian made with SPAM, or test out a pizza like White Centre White, that foregoes tomato sauce.
Hours: Monday to Thursday, 4 PM-9 PM, Friday & Saturday, 12 PM-10 PM, Sunday, 12 PM-9 PM
Where: 9622-A 16th Avenue SW
Sunny Hill has round pies, square pies, and a whole lot of different flavors and toppings to choose from. They also have veggies, small plates, salads, and items like meatballs and roast chicken.
Hours: Monday, Wednesday-Friday 4 PM-9 PM, Saturday 12 PM-9 PM, Sunday 12 PM-8 PM
Where: 3127 NW 85th Street
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Tasty, simple, and high-quality pizza is what comes to mind when thinking of Ballard Pizza Company. We’re big fans of both their pizzas and salads so be sure to get one of each! These days they have three locations in Frelard, Ballard, and Woodinville, but we always go back to Ballard.
Hours: Daily 4 pm-9 pm
Where: 5107 Ballard Ave
This pizza joint definitely gets the award for the best name. But beyond that Flying Squirrel has been known around the city for quite a while as one of the absolute best places to get a pie. We agree, they make excellent pizza and have a good range of options for you to choose from.
Where: Sunday-Thursday 11:30 AM-9 PM, Friday & Saturday 11:30 AM-10 PM
This Capitol Hill spot serves up naturally leavened pizza and handmade pasta. They also have veggies, sweets, natural wine, and local beer. So if you’re looking for an amazing artisanal pie, you can’t go wrong with Cornelly.
Hours: Sunday-Thursday 5 PM-9 PM, Friday & Saturday 5 PM-10 PM
Where: 601 Summit Ave E
Moto Pizza serves up Detroit-style pies over in West Seattle. They have remained consistently popular with Seattleites with pre-orders pretty much always being necessary. That being said they have some amazingly unique offerings so don’t skip them.
Hours: Wednesday-Saturday 4 PM-9 PM
Where: 4526 42nd Ave SW
Blotto is a pizza spot, bottle shop, and bar tucked away on Capitol Hill. They have a small menu that makes it easy to pick and choose what you’d like to try. From round pizzas to sides and dessert, it’s all there/
Hours: Wednesday-Saturday 5 PM-9 PM
Where: 1830 12th Ave