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We took our maiden voyage to Serious Pie Saturday night and thoroughly enjoyed it. Four of us split two pies, a Buffalo Mozarrella/San Marzano Tomato and a Chanterelle and Truffle Cheese. They were awesome. The toppings were fresh and spectacular and everyone of us raved about the crust. We also had a delicous Brussel Sprouts and Pork Belly starter and the dessert Cannolis.

Price was very reasonable as well. Tab cam to about $65 bucks and all four of us were satisfied and full!

We will certainly be going back many times.

Billy Bob

www.taoofchow.wordpress.com

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Serious Pie
316 Virginia St, Seattle, WA 98101

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  1. Chanterelles + Pizza is amazing

    1. I ate at Serious Pie two different times and thought the pizza was good although slightly greasy crust. The blue cheese, delicata squash was great but I wasn't impressed with the other 3 pizza's I tried.

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      1. re: VPippin

        VP,

        Wow, a lot different crust experience for us. Ours was not greasy, a very good combination of light and airy with just the right crispiness. I think I could have eaten a whole basket of crust pieces and been happy!

        Billy Bob

      2. I could eat that little chanterelle/truffle number every week.

        1. I don't know what took me so long to get to Serious Pie, but boy, did I like it! I loved the chanterelle pizza too, but my sister thought it was too sweet.

          The sprouts and pork belly starter sounds great. I love both of those items! I will have to try it next time I am there.

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          1. re: maybelle

            Maybelle,

            You will love the Sprouts and Pork Belly starter. What was cool is the preparation method for the Brussel Sprouts. They weren't boiled or steamed to mush, instead it looked like they were peeled apart leaf by leaf and possibly quick fried. They were still firm, but cooked. Very delish!

            Billy Bob

          2. And just an FYI in case you were aware, they now have a happy hour, 3 - 5 pm, with pizzas for $5 and wine and beer specials as well. We went before Christmas with three adults and two kids and ordered one of everything and it was DIVINE!! I'm not sure that they have all the varieties on the HH menu but there were at least a half dozen choices and it was greta fun to try them all out. Just a tip!