71 "Pizza" Restaurants in Seattle.
Serious Pie has two locations, but we like the one in Belltown best. Use it for date night or a group dinner, and get as many pizzas as possible.
Ballard Pizza Company has some of the best New York Pizza in town, and it’s a great spot for a big group hang or casual weeknight meal.
Dino’s is one of few places in Seattle that knows how to do New York pizza. It’s one of our favorite spots in Cap Hill for dinner and drinks.
Humble Pie is a great pizza place in the International District where you can eat on picnic tables under string lights.
Big Mario’s is a very respectable NY-style slice joint in Cap Hill during the day, and a late night eats mecca at night.
Want to have an adult pizza party? With beer? On a patio? Frēlard in Fremont is your move.
Bar Del Corso, a classic Beacon Hill Italian spot, should be your first choice for Neapolitan pizza in the city.
Deru Market is part farm-to-table restaurant, part classy deli in Kirkland, and you need their cake.
Mercato Stellina Pizzeria is the fancy pizza spot in Bellevue where you should have your next Eastside date.
Resonate is a brewery in Bellevue with Roman-style pizzas and great beers on tap.
Bar Cantinetta is a small, quiet Italian restaurant in Capitol Hill with homemade pasta, pizzas, and a lot of romantic feels.
Swel in Fremont is a slightly upscale Italian spot where you’ll want to focus on the flatbread pizzas.
Southpaw is a boxing-themed pizza spot in Capitol Hill with frozen drinks, board games, and mediocre pies.