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Anyone know if Giovanni's pizza in West Seattle still around? Still good?

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Anyone know if Giovanni's pizza in West Seattle still around? Still good? I heard this is the best thin-crust, most NYC style pizza in town. Thoughts? When I googled it, only found University district location and it says it's closed!

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  1. Haven't heard about it. Where in W Sea was it?

    1. Correction? Could be Giannoni's in Westwood Village shopping center. Anyone been?

      Giannoni’s Pizzeria
      2600 S.W. Barton St., Seattle, WA 98126
      (206) 935-1800

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      1. re: lrsseattle

        Giannoni's is still around, and they make probably the most authentic New York slice I've eaten in Seattle. There's a review up on Slice if you want to read my take on it.

        1. re: lrsseattle

          If you mean Giannoni's, it is pretty much on the money for a NYC slice - but I still prefer Flying Squirrel for their better quality ingredients (and the fact they serve beer.)

          1. re: terrier

            Flying Squirrel does make a better pizza, yes, although it's not as authentically NY-style as Giannoni's (if anyone really cares).

            1. re: WikiAdam

              Transplanted New Yorker's care!

              Gianonni's(in Westwood Village) is THE closest you'll come to true
              NY pizza.The owner & wife are NY transplants too.

              1. re: grangie angie

                Actually, I'm pretty sure they're California transplants. No matter, the pizza's authentic NY.

                1. re: WikiAdam

                  Actually,I do believe Quentin's wife Donna is from NY and thought he was also?

                  1. re: grangie angie

                    Interesting. I interviewed Donna for Serious Eats and she said they were from California. That said, she could have just neglected to mention that they had come from NY before California. *shrug*