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- 84%Local Culture
- 51%Luxury Travelers
- 51%Outdoor Enthusiasts
- 51%Budget Travelers
- 51%Business Travelers
Member Reviews (30)
- Serious PieMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 3Jan 30, 2014
Had the chanterelle and truffle cheese pizza. It lacked flavor and the crust was black so I could taste burnt crust with just about every bite. Pizzas are overpriced for their size. So what is the big deal about this place? Might give them another shot and try something else another time I visit Seattle. But for now, it was very mediocre.
- Serious PieMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersBusiness Travelers+ 4Nov 08, 2013
Apparently, I haven't drunk the koolaid. Serious Pie, is seriously average. Yes, they have some unusual toppings/combos, but who doesn't in an age of artisan za? So I am not sure what all the fuss is about, like Tom Douglas' other ventures, the food doesn't manage to quite live up to the hype or the price tag. Having grown up in Chicago eating the best deep dish at Giordano's and getting slices of thin crust at John's in Greenwich Village, NYC, my standards are high.
- Serious PieMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 2Aug 06, 2013
I've written about food in Italy for the past 10 years, so I consider myself pretty well-versed in pizzaiology. And Serious Pie is serious about their pizza.
Wood-fired (is there any other way?) and perfectly chewy on the inside and lightly charred on the outside, the dough itself is a feat of nature. We got the buffalo mozzarella and tomato, and (highly recommended), the chanterelle and truffle. There are no reservations, the pizzas are about $16-20 (they feed about 1 1/2), and large tables mean you just might meet some new friends. It's about a three-block walk from Pike Place Market, so skip the crowds at the market and walk here instead (the junkies you'll meet on the way are mostly harmless, but do keep your wits about you).
- Serious PieMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 6Jun 09, 2013
This is another one of local chef Tom Douglas' great restaurants in the Seattle area. The pizzas are very unique, but still very tasty. They have buffalo mozzarella, wild boar sausage, and clam, just to name a few, to top their woodfired pizzas. It's a very small restaurant, so the line can get long.
- Serious PieMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 3Jun 02, 2013
The pizza is well made, but I think they try a little too hard to make them fancy and high class. I had an egg and arugula pizza with olive dressing and it just wasn't very interesting.
- Serious PieMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 1Mar 31, 2013
In the running for the best pizza in Seattle! Small, intimate restaurant, with lots of energy. Only downside is that they don't take reservations, so make sure you have some time to kill beforehand if you go on a Friday or Saturday.
- Serious PieMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 5Mar 12, 2013
**GOOD BUT NOT MIND-BLOWING PIZZA JOINT**
Fun and friendly atmosphere, but CRAMPED.
Waited 10 minutes for a communal table on a Friday night.
*SWEET FENNEL SAUSAGE, ROASTED PEPPERS, PROVOLONE ($17)
This was a tasty pizza. Crust was a bit on the soggy and thick side. I prefer my pizzas super thin, but that's me.
*ROASTED MUSHROOMS, TRUFFLE CHEESE ($17)
Surprisingly bland. No kick. A bit too much oil.
Yes, super pricey for pies and honestly, I thought it was an OK experience.
Yes, I know Tom Douglas is a bad-ass, but doesn't mean I have to love everything he blesses.
RECOMMEND for those who want to drop some major dough (pun intended) on some slightly above average pizzas.
- Serious PieMember ofLocal CultureDec 09, 2012
It is not your typical pizza joint , just a few types on the menu. It is naples style uber thin crust, exploding with flavor... loved every bit of it. and reasonably priced bottles of wine were awesome with the meal. great service and family style seating, or Euro style depending on if you have been ...
- Serious PieMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 4Dec 05, 2012
Very good, thin crust, artisan pizza. A nice selection of Italian wines as well. The seating is at high tables, and you're likely to sit next to folks you don't know. If you're nice and strike up a conversation, you might even get to try their pizza.