Belltown Pizza

Written by on December 8, 2013 in I Eat Seattle, I Eat...Out with 0 Comments

( – Belltown, Seattle, Washington

Belltown Pizza Takeaway

How I heard of this place: Every day, since moving to our first apartment together in Seattle, we walk by Belltown Pizza; and everyday, we are hypnotized by the gorgeous aroma of freshly baked pizza. Each day we exchange an eye-closed inhale and a smile upon exhale, making a note to – someday – partake of a warm, thin-crust slice. Our first excuse: visiting friends from Edmonds, hungry and ready for a little walk!

Belltown Pizza Slices

Type of cuisine: Belltown Pizza first opened in 1998 as a 500 square foot, six stool bar. It began as an original concept of high-quality food specializing in New York-style pizza combined with hard liquor as an option to the usual beer and wine service. Our new Game Room is now home to 3 Classic Pinball Machines, Skee-Ball, and Big Buck Hunter! Come play with us!  We open at 4:00 pm on weekdays, 11:30am on weekends, and are open until 2:00 am – 7 nights a week, 362 days a year. Come on in, and enjoy a great eclectic crowd, and slices of pizza until 2AM – EVERY DAY!

Belltown Pizza Interior

Ambiance: A long rectangular shaped establishment, one walks in to a whack of cheesy, doughy, delicious smells wafting forth from the slice order window. Booths immediately available to the right, along the street-facing windows, the bar and its Seahawks fans to the left, the red walls, exuberant cheers and cups clinking “salut!” welcome patrons through as they enter.

Belltown Pizza 12th Man

What I ordered: Among the four of adults and the one-year-old, we shared an order of the Hummus Plate ($7.99) and the large Fire in Belltown ($22), with roasted red peppers, fresh garlic, red onion on a spicy red sauce.

Belltown Pizza Fire in Belltown

What I loved: Thin crust! The oil-drenched feta a nice, tangy addition to our hummus plate. And everything is just as good cold!

Why I loved it: The pizza is as good as it smells, it’s only two blocks away, and the energy of the 12th man ever present.

Belltown Pizza Fire in Belltown Close-Up

Cost: Average to high ($14 – $25 per pie)

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