Seattle, WA 98107
- Sun-Mon, Wed-Sat 11am-9pm
- MasterCard, Visa, cash
- Catering, Takeout, Wheelchair Accessible
- Dinner, Lunch
- Not Accepted
- Lot Available
Seattle Weekly's Description
Graduating up from a fleet of mobile clay ovens that make the rounds of the farmers markets, Veraci Pizza in Ballard has reclaimed (redeemed, really) a hideous former Domino's building, redecorating it in pea-green walls and Italian prints. Owners Marshall Jett and Errin Byrd-Jett sell their thin-crust pizzas by the slice and for takeout, but to capture their pies at their finest, brave the wait for a table and eat in house. That's because the thin, practically see-through crust, which picks up a whiff of applewood smoke from the logs heating the oven, tastes best when it's barely cool enough to touch.
Tips from foursquare
From the start, Veraci’s founders decried the typical overly cheesed pie, anchored by a fat carbo-bomb of a crust and buried in toppings.
One of our favorite pizza places in town- taste what a thousand degrees of heat can produce in under 2 minutes!
They have slices....thin crust.
Best place to get a slice in city.
Savory Sal and Bocconcini ftw