Written by on October 25, 2010 in I Eat Seattle, I Eat...Out with 0 Comments

( – Greenwood
How I heard of this place: I first heard about Stacia’s driving by the establishment and noticing the car with plastic dinosaurs and other such creatures, painted, sitting in the parking lot. When I first got the Entertainment Book and I noticed a coupon inside for Stacia’s, I had to try it. My friend Sadiq and I first went to Stacia’s years ago to sample two of our own creations, served with a small bag of fresh made mini chocolate chip cookies!
Type of cuisine: Gourmet pizza using the freshest ingredients. “Stacia’s likes to think that parents who care, won’t settle for just the cheapest pizza. They’ll consider the value of fresh ingredients, the benefits of great taste, and the pleasure in giving their kids something satisfying.Stacia’s also knows kids may not care about such things as freshness and quality but of course that’s what Moms and Dads are for.Parents can feel good about serving their family Stacia’s. Order a gourmet pizza for the adults and a traditional favorite for the kids. Kids love the taste – you’ll love the quality and everyone’s happy.”
Ambiance: Not intended to be a sit-down restaurant, customers walk in, place orders, perhaps take a seat on one of the two or three plastic chairs, and take their fresh-baked, personally created pizza home to enjoy. A small order counter with the kitchen just beyond and the menu pasted up on the wall to the right as you enter.
What I ordered: As is often the case in pizza orders with Jenna, we ordered one BBQ chicken pizza ($10.99) with tangy BBQ sauce, fresh cilantro, sweet red onions, and grilled chicken, with a blend of cheddar and mozzarella cheeses. Our second order was for hand-tossed pizza dough with spicy red sauce, pepperoni and onion ($2 more with coupon).
What I loved: I always love the spicy sauce! The freshness of the pizza, the flavorful ingredients and the plethora of options for create-your-own pies! Everything from cashew nuts to thai flair, from ranch to taco bean sauce, it’s in your hands!
Why I loved it: The servers are friendly and feel completely at home with their customers, asking you to move over so she can sit while she writes down your order. The pizza is always good. Eaten hot and fresh, or cold the next morning. This is the pizza you come back to time and again. It is especially nice that such gourmet pizza also comes delivered, therefore being enjoyed in the comfort of your pajamas, on the couch, while watching Dancing with the Stars.
Cost: Average ($8-$13 for a individual sized pizza pie)

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