Sun. Jan 29th, 2023
Pizza Shop in Las Vegas City

Seattle may not be as well known for its pizza as New York or Chicago, but the city still boasts prime pizza options. From late-night, no-frills to date-night fancy, these are the top 12 places to consider for both a slice and whole pies when you’ve got a hankering for pizza in the Emerald City. Isn’t pizza everybody’s favorite Italian dish? Here you’ll find the GAYOT’s picks for the Top Pizza in Seattle so you can get your fix and save yourself the trouble of flying to Italy for the real thing, presented in alphabetical order.
Seattle is known for pizza just like it’s known for being the birthplace of John Requa, the screenwriter who wrote Bad Santa. But after conducting very scientific research (a.k.a. eating a lot of pizza around the city), we’re pleased to announce that Seattle does indeed have some excellent pizza – from floppy Neapolitans to New York-style pies with wacky but delicious topping combinations. Get your grater of parmesan ready for these 10 pizza spots. Maybe you’ll see local celebrity John Requa at one of them.

1. Via Rosa 11
The very best pizza in Seattle is, in fact, not in Seattle at all. You have to take a 25-minute ferry across the Puget Sound to get to Via Rosa 11, but we’d gladly make the trip to Bainbridge Island to eat the burrata and speck pie. The pizza from this little Italian market has everything going for it – the Neapolitan-style crust is crispy, chewy on the ends, and cracker-like in the middle, topped with dollops of burrata and bundles of smoked prosciutto. There’s a kick from red pepper flakes, freshness from some basil, and a drizzle of really good olive oil. This is the pizza that you’d gladly blow off a third date for.

2. Dino’s Tomato Pie
When you’re looking for the best pizza within Seattle’s city limits, head to the Jersey-style pizza joint Dino’s Tomato Pie and order a Mr. Pink. This square-shaped pizza is topped with sweet vodka sauce, fresh mozzarella, ricotta cheese, and basil. The crust is thick and crunchy, and the whole bottom is so charred that it’s almost black in some parts, which (to be clear) is exactly how you want it. For a very happy night, stumble in and order a Mr. Pink with a blue Hawaiian slushie and a fistful of garlic knots.

3. Delancey
If someone zapped the round pizzas at Dino’s with a shrink ray, you would get the same pie from Delancey. This is the more formal spot owned by the same team. You’re here for the hot salami pie, which is covered with cured meat, onion, and a lot of cheese. The flavor is amazing, even though the toppings make the pizzas a little heavy, and you might have to eat it with a fork and knife.

4. South Town Pie
The pies at South Town can sound kind of crazy – like the chef might have hit Uncle Ike’s before he made the menu. They serve our favorite New York-style pies, and the topping combinations here range from classic cheese and basil to wild boar ragu, fried sage, and Funyuns. The stranger the pizzas sound, the better they are – particularly the pastrami pie with caramelized onions, pickles, and everything bagel-spiced crust, and creamy gruyere fondue.

5. Bar Del Corso
The pizzas at Bar Del Corso, the always-packed Beacon Hill restaurant, are so good you might think you were somehow transported to Southern Italy. The Neapolitan pizzas here are thoroughly charred with excellent toppings, our two favorites being the buffalo mozzarella Margherita and their white pie with sausage and pickled peppers. There’s no need to choose between the two, though, just order both.

6. The Independent Pizzeria
Whenever we want to eat a personal pizza chased with a tallboy, The Indie always hits the spot. Their incredible pies are thin, blistery, and have flawless cheese-to-sauce ratios. It’s also important to note that they make something that very few places (if any) do in Seattle: the clam pie. Their version is salty and creamy and comes with a lemon wedge that brings it all together. Sure, every pizza here is wonderful, but make sure you order the clam pie. You can go ahead and cancel that New England vacation afterward.

7. Rione XIII
Ever since Bar Cotto (our original favorite place for pizza in Seattle) changed owners, we worried that we’d never eat their perfect pies again. Luckily, the same team also opened up Capitol Hill spot Rione XIII. They serve pizzas that remind us of the ones at Bar Cotto, only they’re Roman-style – which is kind of like a combination between New York-style and Neapolitan pizza. When you just got dumped or need a solo-pie-and-glass-of-wine-at-the-bar night, you’ll want to come here and order the Margherita.

8. Slice Box Pizza
Much like Dunkin Donuts and fracking, super thick Sicilian square pizza isn’t a thing here – except at Slice Box. It’s a little spot in SoDo where you have to eat in a quiet, carpeted room filled with posters advertising gardening supplies. But when it comes to the Sicilian pepperoni pizza, it’s so good we’d even eat it in a closet with the lights turned off. The crust is buttery, the cheese is stretchy, and the pepperoni edges are perfectly burnt (in a good way). They’ll even grate fresh parmesan over the top.


9. Ballard Pizza Co.
The only thing that could compete with carbonara pasta is carbonara pizza. Ballard Pizza Company has a great version – it’s a sturdy, chewy New York slice topped with mozzarella, confit garlic, pancetta, parmesan, and eggs. Since they open on weekends at 11 am, order a whole pie to share with your friends instead of going to brunch for your 2,000th lemon ricotta pancake.

10. Outsider Pizza
On the side of the road near the Beacon Hill,, light rail station is Outsider Pizza, a little pizza cart that operates rain or shine – even if two freak blizzards happen in the same month. All their delicious pies are made to order, baked in a mobile oven, and with toppings like ricotta, basil, and freshly-grated Pecorino. If you’re in a hurry and don’t mind having dinner out in the drizzling mist, this is the best pizza you’ll eat on a curb.

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