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  • urika Feb 1, 2011 12:15 PM
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Looking for a decent pie on the Eastside; Woodinville to Bellevue

Really enjoyed Flying Squirrel, would like to frequent someone a bit closer to home

Thanks for any recommendations

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  1. It may not be the type of pizza you're looking for, but I happen to like Mod Pizza next to Bellevue Square. They make individual pizzas on demand with a nice selection of topping options, and baked in a brick oven.

    Unfortunately I don't have a lot of other recommendations. I guess it all depends how fancy you're looking to get.

    1. Yeah, not a whole lot of good pizza options in Bellevue...

      I've been meaning to try Boston Wood Fired Pizza and Bridle Trails Pizza. I've heard a few good things.

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      Boston Wood Fired Pizza
      13200 Old Redmond Rd, Redmond, WA 98052

      1. Acropolis in Kirkland, but no thin crust (unfortunately).

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        1. re: firecracker

          I'm glad to hear that Acropolis is still in business. I have fond memories of post soccer meals there with my team after eastside games over a decade ago. Good greasy pizza and cheap wine.

        2. During the summer months the Bellevue farmers market has Veraci pizza. Light and thin crust with limited menu of toppings. Mmm mmm good!

          My husband prefers Acropolis which is kind of on the opposite end of the pizza spectrum to Veraci..

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          1. re: ethereal

            Thanks for the info on the thin crust pizza Veraci offers at the Bellevue Farmer's Market. I'll be looking for it! Think the thin crust is why I love Serious Pie.

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            Serious Pie
            316 Virginia St, Seattle, WA 98101

          2. flying pie in old downtown issaquah is my go to for 'za on the eastside. it's not thin crust and it ain't diet food thats for sure.

            1. Not anything fancy, but I've always liked the Indian pizzas at Can-Am. Plenty of flavors on those.