Italian Family Pizza

Written by on August 30, 2013 in I Eat Seattle, I Eat...Out with 0 Comments

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Italian Family Pizza

How I heard of this place: While on a little walking adventure of Pioneer Square with a long-time friend, she got the sudden craving for a slice of pizza. It was only after taking our seats that we knew we needed more than a slice.

Type of cuisine: Pizza! Pizza galore!

Italian Family Pizza Menu

Ambiance: A family-run and family-oriented space, this Pioneer Square staple has truly won over the hearts of many a diner. The Calozzi family makes good food in a truly unpretentious space with few frills and all the flavor of a Brooklyn style pizza pie.

Italian Family Pizza Seating

High ceilings, graced only with a couple of chandeliers,

Italian Family Pizza Lone Chandelier

a wall-full of framed photographs that only take up a portion of the concrete wall space available,

Italian Family Pizza Wall Art

and a meager kitchen area, a flat screen television providing the only color around;

Italian Family Pizza Kitchen

these are the things that make up the interior of  the family-owned pizza shop in the neighborhood.

What I ordered: While seated, the two of us split a small Tomato Pie ($7) topped with garlic ($1), olives ($1), mushrooms ($1) and roasted red peppers ($1).

Italian Family Pizza Tomato Pie

To take away – for my husband – I selected the small White Pie ($8) with roasted red peppers ($1), mushrooms ($1) and garlic ($1).

Italian Family Pizza White Pie

What I loved: The white pie in all of its fresh, ooey, gooey, cheesy glory. Yum!

Italian Family Pizza White Pie Close-up

Why I loved it: Friendly staff, a set of regulars that have found a second home in this establishment and a simple pie unlike any other.

Italian Family Pizza Box

Cost: Average t0 high ($7-$26 per pie, dependent on size)

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