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Crash Landing Pizza

Map & Directions 702 N.W. 65th St.
Seattle, WA 98117
  • Pizza
  • Daily 11:30am-8:30pm
  • Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Takeout, Delivery, Wheelchair Accessible, Kid Friendly, Family Style
  • Dinner, Lunch
  • None
  • Not Accepted, Accepted
  • Street


Seattle Weekly's Description

Dude! Any old-timers going to Western back in the late '70s remember feeding their munchies at the late, great Uncle Aldo's in downtown Bellingham. This pizza legend now lives on in Ballard, where the owner was Luke Skywalker to Uncle Aldo's Yoda. Those important lessons passed from one kitchen to this new generation of dough tossers: Don't overload a pie with toppings. Diners should be reminded of the Italian flag when eating their pie: red sauce, white mozzarella and green herbs. And serve slices. That's old-school East Coast, by way of B'ham. Not much of a dining room, which is fine since most customers phone in their orders. Ask about pick up specials if you do call.

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  • Jesse D. on 11/29/10

    This place is legit! If you ever had a 2 dollar slice in Philly and gave up trying to match it on the west coast then give crash landing a try. The staff are also really friendly

  • Chris M. on 03/23/10

    Great American pie. Super-nice, young staff!

  • Nicole K. on 05/04/11

    Pizza happy hour from 2-4

  • Nicole K. on 05/04/11

    Pizza happy hour from 2-4

  • Ryan B. on 02/11/11

    Probably my favorite typical American-style pizza in Seattle. And this Philadelphia native loves that he can get Philly-style pizza on the west coast!

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