This place is technically my first love in Seattle. They do take their pie business very seriously. This place neither offers thick crust and loaded with cheese American style pizza, nor does it have traditional thin crust Italian pizza. In my point of view it falls into a pretty unique category of its own style of pizza. Their toppings are minimal, but very uniquely combined. My favorite pizzas here are potato and rosemary, soft eggs and prosciutto, and buffalo mozzarella with tomato sauce. Their most popular pizza is buffalo mozzarella and tomato sauce which is their version of a margherita pizza. It’s simple, but most delicious. Also they have a secret dessert called Coconut Pie – absolutely mind-blowing.
This restaurant is located in three different neighborhoods in Seattle, Westlake, Capital Hill and Downtown. This restaurant is owned by well-known Seattle Chef Tom Douglas who owns a bunch of restaurants, food laboratories, and runs cooking classes.
This place is great for groups as most of their seating is community style tables. They also have a great selection of wine and craft beers. They have a totally different menu for breakfast including biscuit (known as serious biscuit). Just like with their pizza they do a great job at baking biscuits. Also their happy hour is pretty good for pizza, as you can get any of their small size pies for $6, which is a good size for one person.