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Serious Pie

Pizza Place$$$$
Belltown, Seattle
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  • Teresa
    TeresaJune 16
    The pizzas here are seriously delicious. Tried 4 flavours and all of them were great. Loved the tomato & mozzerella as well as mushroom pizzas. Perfect for sharing with friends.
  • Ryan M.
    Ryan MurrayApril 11
    This compact, lively space serves some amazing pizzas. The potato pizza was my favorite but Buffalo mozzarella is hard to beat.
  • Ahmet
    AhmetApril 2
    It’s just too salty and greasy! Unless you're into New American food, you will not like it. Try “Delancey” in Ballard instead for an actually good wood fired New York style pie.
  • Patrick L.
    $6 Happy Hour pizzas! Get a bunch and share! Earns their #1 pizza place in Seattle. Already planning our next visit. Sweet fennel, bresola, mushroom and mozzarella pizzas are all recommended!
  • Vlad B.
    Vlad BrisanFebruary 26
    Best pizza in Seattle. You may wait a few minutes for a table if it is a busy night, but you will not regret it.
  • Robert R.
    Robert RadichFebruary 9
    I don't understand how this can be rated as Seattle's best pizza spot. It has nice ingredients but is overpriced for the quantity they provide.
  • Jeremy W.
    Jeremy WalkerFebruary 7
    Finally went after hearing about all the hype. We tried the porchini mushroom piZza and the pepperoni both delicious, although the pepperoni pizza crust was a tad burnt. The porchini pizza was divine.
  • Oscar T.
    Oscar TrellesDecember 2, 2015
    As a committed carnivore, I added pepperoni to the sausage and it was delicious. Can't eat it like a new yorker (you might need a fork) but it was worth it.
  • Daniel H.
    Daniel H.August 21, 2015
    Come for the cheap, interesting & delicious happy hour pizzas. Bring a friend and order at least 3 of the small pies.
  • Patricia L.
    Patricia LeeJuly 30, 2015
    Every person in Seattle told me I needed to eat here. I was alone and, well, I found out I can eat an entire pizza by myself. Egg and prosciutto all the way! Take it to go and pick up Rachel's Ginger!
    Upvoted May 20
  • Eleonora Z.
    Eleonora ZorziJuly 12, 2015
    A tasty take on Italian pizza without tomato sauce, the dough is thin and the toppings are well curated. The gelato was creamy and delicious. The place is very cosy and great for families.
    Upvoted May 26
  • Ana E.
    Ana EspanaJanuary 22, 2015
    The roasted mushroom lizza is to die for. Probably the best I have ever had. The couliflour bruschetta was really different and tasty too.
  • Sinem Eylem A.
    Sinem Eylem ArslanDecember 9, 2014
    Besides having the cutest restaurant name, Serious Pie is a little cozy place where you can eat a variety of delicious Italian-style pizzas, sorry, pies!
  • Rebecca M.
    Rebecca MaldonadoOctober 11, 2014
    It was a nice and trendy place. We loved the "Soft Cooked Free Range Eggs, Smoked Prosciutto, Pecorino Sardo, Arugula" pizza. Their chocolate buddino, sea salt and olive oil was exquisite!
  • Luiz E.
    Luiz EduardoOctober 9, 2014
    Clean, good service, had a great appetizer: heirloom carrots with coriander yogurt. Of course the pizza, either the sausage or the soft-egg and prosciutto.
  • Carolyne G.
    Carolyne GrenierSeptember 28, 2014
    Awesome pizza. Very tasty and fresh ingredients. Wood oven pizza. Reasonable price. The place is clean, small and casual. Totally recommended.
  • Erin M.
    Erin MosowSeptember 16, 2014
    One pizza is enough for two if you aren't starving-8 small pieces. Great ingredients. Fennel sausage is popular for a reason.
  • Brennan R.
    Brennan RauertAugust 18, 2014
    The fennel sausage pizza was awesome. Service was good and splitting a pizza between two people makes for a cheap meal! Highly recommended.
  • Kyle B.
    Kyle BunchAugust 6, 2014
    No joke, maybe the best pizza I've ever had. Outstanding kale salad. And the Coconut Cream Pie was to die for.
  • The Wall Street Journal
    The clam pizza is killer, trust me. And the overall experience—watching artisans handcraft your order, sitting at communal tables—is pure theatre. Read more
  • Preeti L.
    Preeti LakhanpalJune 16, 2014
    The restaurant was out of cannoli and so we tried the tart for dessert. It was a great choice. The crust was really delicious too.
  • Joshua F.
    Joshua FinleyMay 19, 2014
    Wonderful food. The sweet fennel sausage pie was amazing. The Orange blossom panna cotta was just right. The waitress was very nice and answered my children's questions with skipping a beat.
  • Anh
    AnhApril 10, 2014
    Fennel sausage was delish! Right amount of spice. Love the crust (puffy, airy, not dense - like a pastry).
  • Melissa H.
    Melissa H.January 30, 2014
    Excellent place! Found it in foursquare after checking in at the hotel! Love the pizza and excellent service!
  • Kevin H.
    Kevin HutchinsonDecember 2, 2013
    I've tried both their truffle/mushroom pizza and the fennel sausage pizza - both were absolutely delicious. This place is just awesome.
  • Adria
    AdriaOctober 2, 2013
    Cannot leave without eating the truffle mushroom pizza and kale salad. Had to order a second pie. They are small for 2 people. A salad and 2 pies are perfect. Communal tables are interesting but cozy.
  • Jenna M.
    Jenna Melton FowlerAugust 30, 2013
    Great pizza. Great service. Happy hour 3-5. If you are having a late lunch wait until 3 to order the half sized pizza for $6
  • Vanessa C.
    Vanessa ChristianJuly 28, 2013
    Roasted mushroom and truffled cheese pizza: unbelievable. Plus, the staff is friendly, efficient, and enthusiastic. Awesome food and awesome customer service.
  • Stefa W.
    Stefa WildeJune 19, 2013
    The name tells everything: they do pizza SERIOUSLY!! Definitely go with penn cove clam & sweet fennel sausage. Besides, country pork terrine in the happy hour has a very special taste.
  • Alessandro S.
    Alessandro SpadoniJune 11, 2013
    I rarely feel compelled to review anything but this place is a must visit. Taking pizza somewhere very different. Serious Pie, seriously good. I had the clam, chilli, pancetta and lemon tune. Amazing!
  • Marc E.
    Marc EMay 7, 2013
    Tom Douglas pizza restaurant - artisan rustic breads are light in texture, but firm w/some crunch. When TD orders a pie, it's the potato rosemary with an add of guanciale. (multiple locations)
  • Elyse E.
    Elyse EstradaFebruary 12, 2013
    Kale salad to die for and the mushroom truffle pizza so amazing. Split both between two with a bottle of Tuscany Montepulciano for the perfect meal.
  • Lulu C.
    Lulu ChengAugust 24, 2012
    Sweet sausage fennel hits the spot. Clam pie is alright, pancetta kind of overwhelms the seafood angle but it's a nice lighter, non-tomato sauce based option
  • Seattle Met
    Seattle MetNovember 9, 2011
    Tom Douglas is at his best in these casual joints that let his trademark creativity flourish. His pie crust is a masterpiece, his toppings brilliantly combined. All within two cozy, communal spots. Read more
  • Mike O.
    Mike O'ConnorOctober 16, 2011
    Rated one of the best pizza places in Seattle. Both sweet fennel sausage, roasted peppers, provolone & buffalo mozzarella, red sauce, fresh basil pizza. Make sure you get a Mexican Coke with your pie!
  • Nathan K.
    Nathan KamSeptember 30, 2011
    Trust the name. The pizza here is seriously good. Thin crisp crust loaded with delicious toppings. Penn Cove Clams pie is to die for!
  • DJLYRiQ
    DJLYRiQSeptember 4, 2011
    btw chantrelle and truffle pizza not my favorite! not a lot of flavor... adding parmesan cheese made it less boring! So dont order it!
  • DJLYRiQ
    DJLYRiQSeptember 4, 2011
    Yummy artisan pizzas perfect for tickling your palette... but thats about it... small portions and light pizza doesnt fill ur tummy so come here for a light lunch but somewhere else for a real pizza
  • Jefro
    JefroAugust 27, 2011
    Watch out yo. No refills on sodas (@ $3 a pop that hurts) and they delayed seating us in a near clear restaurant and then denied us happy hour because it was 5...exactly. Great food, sloppy policies.
  • Eater
    EaterJuly 28, 2011
    The blistered, slightly salty crusted pizzas are perfectly fired and come with a thoughtful list of salads and sides. [Eater 38 Member] Read more
  • Michael E.
    Michael EdwardsJuly 18, 2011
    Really good pizza! But be careful with where you get seated. I was placed next to a pillar and had trouble getting in and out of my chair all night!
  • Welcome to College
    Welcome to CollegeFebruary 18, 2011
    Tyler Florence knows what's up! You have to get the chantrelle mushrooms and truffle cheese pizza. If you don't find a college that offers the right fit, this pizza will!
  • iLuvtra1ls P.
    iLuvtra1ls PNovember 9, 2010
    had the fennel sausage pizza and roasted beet salad with pistachio. good gourmet pizza! hand crafted & I don't think you can go wrong with any of their pizzas. beet salad was just so yummy too.
  • Tanya D.
    Tanya DuenowSeptember 1, 2010
    Although its been mentioned several times I agree tgat the truffle pizza is a must try. We also got a krafe of wine for $15. It gave 4 people each 2 glasses.
  • Vishnu N.
    Vishnu NathJuly 7, 2010
    Amazing pies.. Try the chantrelle and truffle cheese with a delicious maritime on tap. The seasonal Italian sodas are great too
  • Seattle Met
    Seattle MetJune 30, 2010
    It’s a joint to enjoy some of Seattle’s giddiest yet most exacting cuisine, performed with the kind of focus and immediacy that Douglas’s big corporate outfits don’t allow. Featured as one of Seattle Read more
  • The Seattle Times
    The Seattle TimesMay 26, 2010
    No matter how we sliced it, these pies were knockouts: Seduced with a foraged-mushroom truffle pizza. Smoky crust with chanterelles, black trumpet mushrooms and an intoxicating truffle-scented cheese. Read more
  • The Seattle Times
    The Seattle TimesMay 12, 2010
    The happy hour $5 mini pizzas are affordable enough that you can sample quite a few — even all eight — if you bring a few friends. We love the venison sausage with onion topping. Happy hour 3-5 Read more
  • Vibhor C.
    Vibhor ChhabraMarch 29, 2010
    Never thought that i'd like a potato pizza but i guess you can't go wrong with anything at Serious Pie. One of the best pizza places i have ever been too. Worth the long wait.
  • Leigh F.
    Leigh FatzingerJanuary 21, 2010
    Get there very early. There will be a wait. Give them your cell # and walk down the block to the Hotel Andra and have a drink in the lobby until your table is ready.
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