Lucha Libre Volcánica

Pagliacci Pizza supports many local organizations in ways big and small. Perhaps none is as colorful as Lucha Libre Volcánica, Seattle's home for the popular Mexican sport called Lucha Libre, or "free fighting." Quinn Ressler, Pagliacci's General Manager at Crossroads, a former "luchador" and big fan, turned us onto the group. Read on to learn more about their exciting performances and the training behind it. [...]

Thirty-Five Years on Broadway

We opened our second-ever store at 426 Broadway Avenue East on January 5th, 1983. It's been a long and colorful journey and we're honored to be a constant part of Seattle's changing landscape. Read on to learn more about the present and past of our store at this dynamic location. [...]

Falling in Love Over Spilled Pizza Sauce

When Kayley and Niels got married, they had to include Pagliacci Pizza in their ceremony. After all, it was where things got started. Once the group wedding photos were finished, they ran off with the photographer to our Ballinger store for some more personal shots. Kayley says, "Our lives revolved around pizza. We always joke that we fell in love over sinks of dirty dishes and spilled pizza sauce." [...]

Behind the Wheel with Srecko

Srecko Kramberger has been delivering Pagliacci pizza for twenty years, primarily to downtown and Queen Anne. The city has changed immensely in that time. Read about Srecko's experience and unique perspective on our growing city right here. [...]

Ellie's Podcast 11

Seattle's highest-profile young journalist may be Ellie Suastez. She's eight years old and already has interviewed dozens of guests for her podcast, including Seattle Police Chief Kathleen O'Toole, mayoral candidates Carrie Moon and Jenny Durkan, KUOW's Bill Radke, Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), and even Santa Claus. To top it all off, "Ellie's Podcast 11" just won Best Podcast in King 5's Best of Western Washington. Read all about Ellie's Podcast 11 and learn about her latest podcast which is with Khalil Mardini, the General Manager at Pagliacci's Madison store. [...]

Family Ties

Victoria Tun and Uvania Balbuena are two wonderful women both celebrating their 15th anniversaries with Pagliacci. Both are busy mothers who work their schedules around the demands of raising a family and both have family who work for Pagliacci. Matt Galvin, Pagliacci's co-owner says, "They share a great work ethic, a deep sense of morals and the best smiles." Read on to learn more about these two strong women. [...]

Margaret Lau, We'll Miss You

After 31 years at Pagliacci, Margaret Lau is retiring. She started working for Pagliacci in 1986. Since then the number of pizzerias has grown from 1 to 26 and the general ledger is no longer a paper book with entries made by hand. Margaret has played an important role in the growth of the company and her wit, wisdom, passion and hard work will be missed. [...]

Delivering Excellence

Pagliacci Pizza has been delivering to homes and apartments throughout Seattle since 1992. That's twenty-five years of perfecting the art of delivery—from order, to baking, to getting the food to your house quickly. Learn more about the delivery experience from the perspective of three Pagliacci employees responsible for navigating Seattle traffic to get you your pizza quickly. [...]

Christmas Eve at Pagliacci

In a break with the past, Pagliacci Pizza will be closed this Christmas Eve. We are closing our stores so all Pagliacci employees can be with their friends and relatives. Read more about our decision and Christmas Eve traditions right here. [...]

About That Italian Movie Poster Tradition

Vintage Italian movie posters have covered the walls at Pagliacci's original location on University Ave from the company's early days. 37 years later the tradition is still very much alive with every trip to Rome requiring a stop at a unique store to buy some more. Read all about it right here. [...]