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Apr 10, 2008 03:56 PM

Best pizza in Seattle?

I just moved here from Anchorage, Ak and am already missing the pizza from Mooses Tooth (a local pizzeria and pub). I've been to the rock and they're pizza does not even begin to compare.Where is the best pizza here in the sea/ tac area? Any suggestions? Thanks!!

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  1. It really depends on your tastes in pizza. There's the American-style pizza with everything but the kitchen sink (ala Northlake Tavern), or the more Italian type pizza, with a few selected ingredients. and then there are the deep dish v. thin crust people. For Italian type, thin crust, we're partial to Pizzeria Fondi, near University Village. They make their own mozzarella and use high quality ingredients. The crust is divine.

    1. I know some people do not consider it pizza, but I think that Serious Pie in Belltown has some of the best around.

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      1. re: jdestes

        ditto on Serious Pie. If you're looking for deeper-dish, try mail-ordering the sausage pizza from Lou Malnati's (be sure to follow all instructions, like generous olive oil in the pan before baking)

      2. Via Tribunali does a pretty damn good Naples-style pie.

        1. Tutta Bella; Pagliacci; Acorn Eatery

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          1. re: staffstuff

            Tutta Bella, the mothership store in Columbia City, always put a smile on my face.

          2. I like Via Tribunali the best. Tutta Bella also good. For chain/delivery pizza, Pagliachi is excellent.