Seattle, WA 98122
Seattle Weekly's Description
Yo Vinnie, check it out! Dey got big slices in dis place, thin crust and lotsa cheese. This 'za emporium hopes to re-create the feeling of a Little Italy goombah-friendly dive, and at 4 a.m., you'll believe it's true. That's genuine pleather in the cocktail lounge. Besides slices and whole pies, the menu has calzones, meatball and marinara pasta, a meatball sandwich, baked ziti pasta and lasagna. After closing time on Capitol Hill, you'll find a stream of hungry barflies heading this way for a slice before passing out.
Tips from foursquare
Full bar, plenty of beer, and a walk-up window open from 2 a.m. to 4 a.m. Fridays and Saturdays (the better to ward-off your hangover says Nancy Leson).
Their pizza is SO delish and you should check out Power Hour (3p-4p) for their fab drink specials.
It's like Pagliacci, but with more hipsters and alcohol.
Honestly the best pizza place in Seattle. Seriously. So many slice options, and a bar. Perfect!
So don't believe the add that is on foursquare. Bait & switch
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