Some folks are good with a heat and serve (aka frozen) pie but my heart belongs to pies that are made from scratch and baked to order. If your heart lies in the same place then don'y hesitate to pay these purveyors of pies a visit.
The grand daddy of the wood-fired pizza craze in Seattle offers up fine Neopolitan pies in this dramatic and lively room.
Whole Pies. Fat Slices.That pretty much sums it up, well except for the luscious salads and the decadent desserts. Build your own pie or give the Whole Hog a try. The new happy hour 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. offers you a slice and a pint if you throw down a fiver.
Garden fresh salads, wonderful antipastas and an excellent variety of wood-fired Roman street pizza means this Ethan Stowell venture is firing on all cylinders. Handmade pastas don't miss a beat either.
Quick & friendly service, a sleek room and tasty affordable pizzas keep me coming back to this centrally located pie shop.
Beacon Hill scored big when they became home to this charming neighborhood joint which serves up wood-fired pies, small plates and seasonal salads. Get there early (they don't take reservations) and don't miss out on the grilled octopus with heirloom peperonata--a bargain at just 10 bucks.
Order takeaway or dine in, either way you get a big slice of NY-style cheese pizza for $2.75. On a budget? Take advantage of $1 beers 3 p.m. - 4 p.m. Mon-Fri.
Ethan Stowell's newest venture is next door to his much lauded Anchovies & Olives. The room is sleek & lively and plays host to the 'see and be seen' crowd of CapHill as well as those looking for a casual evening of pies, porchetta and lambrusco. Don't miss the salumi boards, roasted vegetables or the bruschetta with talleggio & roasted grapes or chickpeas, rapini and anchovy.
Vistit during happy hour 4:00 p.m - 6:00 p.m.to score 1/2 off all pizzas and beer and wine specials.