Pop-ups gone permanent, Seattle has seen a bunch of them this year. While we love them all, we’re particularly excited about this one. Blotto, the highly coveted naturally leavened sourdough pizza spot is no longer a roving vendor. As of last week, they’re the newest restaurant in Capitol Hill.
Blotto is known for its thin-crust New York and Neapolitan-style pizza which took Broadway Alley by storm. Like many other local pop-up spots, they were often sold out within hours. With a focus on quality over quantity and use of local ingredients, that’s not too surprising.
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We’re happy that they’ve made the transition to a permanent spot because it means more pizza for all of us. But it’s also worth noting that the new Blotto also has a great selection of market items from both local and far away purveyors. You can grab coffee, sauces, bottles, brews, and more. Basically, your favorite artisanal pizza spot just got a whole lot better.
We recommend getting over to Blotto ASAP because well, they do still sell out. So get out there, treat yourself to a delicious pie, and if you’re feeling generous consider bringing us a slice. If you’d like to learn more or check out their socials you can click below.
Where: 1830 12th Ave
Hours: Wednesday 12 pm-5 pm, Thursday-Saturday 3 pm-9 pm, Sunday 12 pm-5 pm
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