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We came here on Valentines after our reservation at another restaurant was screwed up, and had a great time! Pizzas are so delicious and unique! I had the butternut squash and pesto pizza and it was delightful!
I love to try new pizza places all the time, and Serious Pie is certainly one I would revisit and totally recommend. It's got a very open and friendly atmosphere (tables are shared) and the servers are really helpful. Their pizza is fantastic, top tier,...More
Serious Pie definitely satisfied my pizza cravings! This was the first meal my friends and I had decided on upon landing in Seattle. The high yelp reviews and the pretty photos caught our attention. We hopped on the monorail and found ourselves here. We were...More
Fantastic pizza and servers. Pizza was ready in like 10 minutes and was soooo good! Price is a little high for the serving size, but if you want a superior crust with simple but great ingredients, this is the place for you!
Good to be back here after two years. The pies are still as good as always. I am still getting used to the community seating/ closeness of the tables. The kid on my left would not stop with the conspiracy theories/ weird news (did North...More
Given this is a Thomas Douglas restaurant, there were high expectations and we were not disappointed. The pizzas were delicious, large enough to share and the service was friendly. If you are a smaller party or it is busy, don't be surprised if they sit...More
It's not Neapolitan, but not typical "thin-crust" pizza either. Had the sausage, pepper, and cheese pizza. Crispy, chewy, and tasty- one pizza feeds 1-2 people. The roasted carrot appetizer was good as well. Service was friendly and prompt, and the atmosphere is family-friendly and casual....More
Date of visit: November 2018
AndreaETDR, Guest Relations at Serious Pie, responded to this reviewResponded 29 December 2018
Thank you for your feedback! (I think it's trying to figure out what it is doing as well.)