5 mentions in What is Seattles best pizza?
Spencer S. said, "...said then done if you're used to east coast pizza! I lived in Queen Anne and liked Pagliacci Pizza. Also recommend Serious Pie, which is part of Serious Pie & Biscuit, which is really legit and great for brunch on the..." See More
Perry P. said, "...I'm going to have to go with Tom Douglas's Serious Pie. The sweet fennel sausage, roasted pepper, and provolone pie is life-changing! :)Chef Perrywww.simplysmartdinnerplans.com..." See More
2 mentions in Chill restaurant recommendations
Chase J. said, "...Dick's is awesome. My parents took me there in the 60's. Great burger. Check out the biscuits at Serious Pie for breakfast - so tasty. Cafe Presse is a weekend staple for me. French influenced bistro. Great french brunch. Le Pichet is..." See More
Andrew Z. said, "...other end. Their tacos and sliders are great. I love the spicy pork tacos. If you want some pizza, go to Serious Pie. I’m a pizza freak, and Tom Douglas does some of the country’s best here. Love the blistery, hand-made..." See More
1 mention in What is the best restaurant in Seattle?
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1 mention in What are the best restaurants in Seattle?
Valerie S. said, "...Stephanie, welcome to Seattle (whenever you're here!). Here are my top choices: Serious Pie- great pizza!Armandino's Salumi - amazing sandwiches, always a line.Piroshky Piroshky - fantastic bakeryGreen Leaf Vietnamese Restaurant - awesome Vietnamese food!Sitka & Spruce - up in Cap Hill,..." See More