Where do people go for the best slice of pizza in Seattle? There’s not one but several must-visit stops. The remarkable thing about pizza in this city is that we have an insatiable appetite for it, with new pizzerias opening all the time. Here in Seattle, one of our strengths is we consider many styles of pizza delicious. With no local pizza style here, practically every variety is available in the city. Read on for the ten caterers making the best pizza in Seattle.
1. Verona Pizza & Pasta Catering (1st Ave. S., Burien)
Known for some of the best pizza in Seattle, this Burien spot specializes in pizzas made with the finest ingredients. Take, for example, the signature Bismarck pizza. It’s topped with premium fennel-flecked Italian sausage and sweet roasted red peppers. The Seattle catering business also offers gluten-free pies for those with dietary restrictions.
2. Villa Italian Kitchen Catering (Supermall Way, Auburn)
Villa Italian Kitchen doles out a taste of Naples by way of New York City. Founder Michele “Michael” Scotto opened the first store in Manhattan back in 1964, but today there are locations all over the country. Customers crave their Neapolitan and meatball parm pizzas, made with homemade dough, whole milk mozzarella, and fresh sauce.
3. Domani Pizzeria and Restaurant Catering (Queen Anne Ave. N., Seattle)
This Queen Anne pizzeria stands out with more than 15 signature pies like the Padua topped with pepperoni, juicy black olives, and crisp bell peppers. Its catering menu also offers some of the best gluten-free pizza options in Seattle.
4. Shiraz Pizza & Pasta Catering (NE 8th St., Bellevue)
Shiraz Pizza is best known in Seattle for its expertly crafted pies such as the quattro formaggi pizza with four kinds of cheeses. Order the pizzas with one of their huge salads like the classic Caesar or Garden with tomatoes, kalamata olives, peppers, cucumbers, and feta.
5. Razzis Pizzeria Catering (Howell St., Seattle)
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Choose from an extensive selection of gluten-free, vegetarian, and vegan pizzas at this hot spot. With huge pies and crust that manages to stay light and crisp, you won’t even miss the pepperoni, although they do have meat toppings available for those devoted carnivores.
6. Good Guys Pizza Catering (Aurora Ave. N., Seattle)
Good Guys Pizza differentiates itself from the rest with pies topped generously with melted Wisconsin cheese and locally sourced toppings. The popular Gourmet Veggie arrives heaped with green bell peppers, black olives, mushrooms, garlic, artichoke hearts, red onions, and tomatoes.
7. Pop’s Pizza & Pasta Catering (S. 312th St., Federal Way)
This pizzeria joins our “best pizza in Seattle” list because it offers unique appetizers. Round out your pizza order with appetizers like spinach pies, stuffed grape leaves, and cauliflower topped with garlic-lemon sauce.
8. Wild Tiger Pizza Catering (4th Ave., Seattle)
Take a break from the usual pizza toppings with an order from Wild Tiger Pizza. A combo of bacon bits, spicy grilled chicken, cheese, and creamy sauce covers the Alfredo Chicken pizza. Also, don’t overlook their beautifully presented salads like the sweet and savory Cranberry and Honey Walnut.
9. Pizza Ragazzi Catering (University Way NE, Seattle)
For almost 20 years, this Seattle catering business has been serving some of the best pizza in Seattle. Their loyal customers love the extraordinary flavor combos as well as creative names like Kickin’ Chicken, topped with Ranch dressing, Buffalo chicken, basil, and feta. The Great White Slice heaves with a gooey combination of feta, ricotta, and mozzarella cheeses.
10. Toscana Pizzeria Catering (Summit Ave. E., Seattle)
The best part of eating at Toscana is the pizza will transport you from Seattle to Tuscany. In fact, a trip to Italy is what initially inspired the owners to open this Seattle catering spot. Pies like the Prosciutto pizza (prosciutto, eggplant, and peppers) or Di Capra (goat cheese and spinach) showcase that Italian commitment to fresh and bright flavor combinations.
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