Pagliacci Pizza is moving its Broadway store to 415 E Pike Street, the same building that houses the company offices and customer service center. The Broadway store will close December 10, and the Pike Street store will open December 14.
The Pike Store will feature a slice bar, spacious dining room, beer and wine, and pick-up and delivery service. A collage of posters by Seattle’s legendary graphic designers and Pagliacci pizza box artists Ames Bros will decorate the dining room. The move allows Pagliacci to expand its downtown delivery area, which will include Pioneer Square.
Another reason for the move is to have the space to add a test kitchen and Pagliacci’s Center for Excellence, the company’s dedicated training center.
Dorene Centioli-McTigue opened the doors of the pizzeria Seattle came to know and love as Pagliacci in 1979. In the early years, Pagliacci was the only pizza place in the area using fresh local ingredients to top their pies, a practice that is still in place today.
Pagliacci Pizza’s award-winning pies, salads, and more make the restaurants a popular dining choice. Pagliacci’s slice bars offer a quick dine-in option, and Pagliacci’s experienced drivers will deliver whole pies, pastas, calzones, gelato and beverages—even beer and wine—to the customer’s door. Pagliacci’s handy mobile app, website and a dedicated customer service team make ordering quick and easy.
Pagliacci Pizza has 25 stores throughout the greater Seattle metropolitan area. Over the decades, Pagliacci has been voted a Seattle favorite in many polls and won many awards, including Best Pizza numerous times in Seattle Weekly and Seattle Magazine.
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