Seattle, WA 98117
- Sun 5pm-9pm, Wed-Sat 5pm-10pm
- MasterCard, Visa, cash
- Kid Friendly, Wheelchair Accessible
- Accepted, Recommended for Large Parties
Seattle Weekly's Description
Brandon Pettit and Molly Wizenberg have taken the neighborhood pizza joint to new heights at Delancey, a crazy-popular spot in Ballard. It's almost as if it were plucked out of a storefront on Delancey Street in NYC, where people are willing to wait an hour for a table. The menu is straightforward: salads, a dozen pies, a couple of desserts. But all are made with incredible ingredients and exceptional integrity. That's Brandon working the wicked hot wood-burning pizza oven and some evenings, you might spy the celebrity food writer Wizenberg working the room like a polished pro. Don't bitch about the wait for a table. Go early or go late. Better yet, grab five of your pizza-loving pals. Reservations are accepted for parties of six or more.
Tips from foursquare
Perfectly fired seasonal pizzas. Don't miss the desserts from pastry chef Brandi Henderson. [Eater 38 Member]
New York inspired, dinner-plate sized pizza. Feels very much like the Lower East Side. The uncooked tomato sauce has a touch of sweetness, along with garlic and oregano, topped with a aged mozzarella.
They made Seattle Weekly's 107 favorite restaurants! Read the 2011 Voracious Dining Guide to find out why our editors think it's one of the "best restaurants in the city."
Its opening marked Seattle’s first artisan pizzeria of the New York style, where pizza makers use coal-burning ovens to churn out individually sized pies.
The most masterful pizza in all of Seattle.
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