I would go out of my way to buy this. It’s a napkin slop fest, and they do it right. Good eats and you can use it as a 10 pound dumbbell to get puffed up as you bring it home to you loved one.
ash.t11/2/20, 12:09 a.m.
Disclaimer: the two of us who ate this gave two very different ratings (7.3 vs. 8.2) so this is the average rating. We agreed that the omnivore pizza was overall very sweet: the sauce, bread, and caramelized onions were too sweet combined and weren’t offset by anything salty. The house sausage was fantastic. Crust was meh, very chewy and hard to cut through. One of us had to add loads of salt to balance out the sweetness
papa.hen1/22/20, 5:35 a.m.
More of a stew than a pizza. Graded on a curve cause it’s Seattle? Perhaps. But damn it’s tasty
jake.o'neal11/16/19, 12:57 a.m.
The crust and the ingredients were absolutely amazing, in the 9’s. It got a little too sloppy but the pizza was fantastic.... very very good.
doug.barry8/10/19, 8:36 p.m.
A cross between the Midwest pan and the Chi town classic. Good sauce, crispy edges, went with extra cheese, a good call. Overall a solid slice whether you like the dish style or not.
mbblodge5/18/19, 2:45 a.m.
Not quite as good as Breezy Town, but still very good. I’m a sucker for their burnt cheese crust
alrightmarky5/16/19, 5:54 a.m.
Best Chicago Pie you can get in Washington. If anyone knows a better place, I’m all ears.
drew.norris15/13/19, 8:09 p.m.
Who ever is dishing out an 8.7 on this pie has some serious leering to do, this is a solid pie no doubt but is 87% bread.
evan.hunter3/15/19, 2:30 a.m.
Tons of toppings, crust is on point, local brews on tap. Chicago deep dish done right in Seattle.
darahbee11/4/18, 2:17 a.m.
It’s not pizza, it’s a casserole. But it’s good for what it is.
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