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1314 Madison St, Seattle, WA | Directions 9810447.610596 -122.322420
Monday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Tuesday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Wednesday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Thursday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Friday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Saturday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Sunday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Neighborhoods: Central Business District, Downtown
THE WORST PIZZA IN SEATTLE! – IT WAS A SNOW DAY(DAY AFTER). I ORDERED 2 LARGE PEPP AND SAUSAGE AT 10 AM. SUPP. TO ARRIVE AT 1PM. DIDN'T GET HERE TILL 3. THERE WERE ONLY 2 SAUSAGES ON EACH SLICE. THATS NOT A SAUSAGE PIZZA. THE SAUCE AND DOUGH TASTE HORRIBLE. (LIKE S..T!!) I T WAS $44. SO NOT WORTH IT. BUT IN THE END I GOT IT FREE.
It doesn't matter how good the pizza is... – My pizza hasn't even shown up yet and I am already inclined to not to like it. I have no idea who just answered the phone, but man are they rude!!!! Don't be in the service industry if you can't be polite to people. I'm just saying.
FAST and Tasty Delivery – I guess the people that wrote those reviews seem a little intolerant of "hippies," and I am by no means one... but I loved this pizza. Great thin crust, awesome sauce, and I got my pizza delivered in less than 30 minutes (which for a Thursday night was awesome). I got the Greek pizza and they totally hooked up the toppings as well.
Dough is truly bad – I've ordered two pizzas in the past from Mad, which I picked up myself. The toppings and sauce are reasonably good, but the dough they use is horrible. I've try placing slices into my toaster oven at home in order to crisp it up, but I usually end up using the dough as plate for my toppings. It really does ruin the pizza.
Worst Pizza EVER!! – In a city of bad pizza, Mad Pizza lowers the bar to a new low. We ordered delivery. It took over an 1 and 1/2 to deliver a cold pizza. The pizza itself tasted like a wonder bread topped with american cheese and corn oil. All this for $30 (1 pizza + small container of lettuce and croutons).
When I called to complain that we received a cold pizza the person that answered the phone said "OK" and hung up.
Best to stick with Zeeks or Bambinos.
The pies are crazy good at this First Hill pizza depot. – The Scene
It's not quite pizza madness, although this pizzeria claims to be "committed." The pies are good and are handled by an unfailingly cheerful staff. Join the hip young crowd showing off their piercings and tattoos while waiting for their orders. Or dash in for a slice at lunch, then sit back and have fun watching the other customers.
Toppings range from classic pepperoni to a combination of Granny Smith apples, oranges and cashews on "Sybil's Breakdown." Best for omniivores are the "Prozac Pie" (sausage, pepperoni, salami, etc) and the spicy "Smokin' Chicken" (BBQ chicken, red peppers and feta on a garlic-ricotta sauce). Veggie lovers get plenty of love too, with nine specialty pizzas including the simple-but-great "Institutional Classic" (tomato, basil and roasted garlic on an olive oil base).
Great for a quick slice – I came here for dinner and the person working was extremely helpful and attentive. They had many pizzas by-the-slice available to chose from, varying in price from $2 to $2.75 [estimate]. Pizza was very good; I got a slice of pepperoni [sauce actually tasted like tomato! wow] and a slice of pesto. Both were excellent. Will definitely come by again!
Not good times – I ordered a delivery based on the other reviews on this website. The person who took it was very nice and patient since I did not know what they had he had to explain two different pizzas to me. The guy was here in good to average time. So far not so bad. Pizza was soggy, and not good. Did have lots of topping though. Sauce tastes odd, kinda like cleaner. Got the order wrong, and the extra sodas were wrong also. For this I paid $30! For 1 pizza and 4 sodas. I would have spent less at a chain store. Maybe Dominoes isn't gourmet, but it never varies.
Yummy! – I often eat at MAD pizza, and it is one word FANTASTIC!! I was new to Seattle and I used to order Dominos or Pizza Hut until someone told me about MAD, and i can safely tell you that it is the BEST pizza place in Seattle! I tried a few of the other mama and papa's pizza places but this still rates top on my list, they make the best pepperoni pizza in town!
If you haven't tried it...you should! – We frequently enjoy pizza delivery from Mad Pizza, and I recommend their food HIGHLY! Though their pies are more expensive than those from Dominos or Pizza Hut...hey, you get what you pay for! My favorites include: Cordon Blue, MAD Scientist, and The Chev.
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