This is the first mobile New York-style pizza oven we’ve seen in Seattle. Outsider is a slice cart that someone stuck on the side of the road at Beacon Hill Station, and it’s great. The best part is that when your pie comes out, the owner himself showers it with fresh pecorino romano using one of those hand graters you’d get at Bed Bath & Beyond.
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