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. [...]

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. [...]

Celebrating Twenty-Five Years of Delivering Great Pizza

Twenty-five years ago, Pagliacci began delivering pizza in Seattle. What a wonderful ride it has been. We are celebrating the quarter century of success by offering two 11" pizzas and a small salad delivered to your door for just $25! The deal lasts for—you guessed it—25 days, running from August 22 through September 15. Read all about the early delivery days back in the era of grunge, the Sonics, and the Kingdome. [...]

Best New Pizza Contest Winner: The Salumi Meatball

Our newest Primo pizza and the winner of our recipe contest is the Salumi Meatball. The primo pie features the eponymous meatballs, pepperoncini, onions, sun-ripened tomatoes, asiago and mozzarella over our seasoned tomato sauce. Read our blog to learn about the Pagliacci Food Committee's tough job, our contest winner, Weldon Pettway and Salumi, Pioneer Square's beloved artisan salumeria founded by Armandino Batali. [...]

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. [...]

Against the Grain: The Hunt for a Gluten-Free Crust

For the last two months Pagliacci has been testing the new gluten-free crusts at the Mercer Island store. The trial run has been a success. So now Pagliacci is rolling out the gluten-free option to four more stores: Stone Way, Bridle Trails, Lake City Way, and West Seattle. Provided the operational challenges and reception all go well, a full rollout is anticipated. Lots of taste testing and experimenting were done to find a gluten-free crust that met our standards. Read all about it right here. [...]

Baci: Kisses From Italy

With Valentine's Day approaching, and in honor of our seasonal offering of Gelatiamo's Bacio Gelato, we've dipped into the history of one of Italy's most famous confections. Learn the history behind the iconic love notes, the Baci of tomorrow, and how they were almost named Cazzotti (punches). [...]

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. [...]

Meany Center

The University of Washington's Meany Center for the Performing Arts brings extraordinary artists to Seattle. What distinguishes them from other presenters is the many ways the performers engage with UW students. Pagliacci has been a long-time and proud supporter of Meany Center (formerly UW World Series). Read about the many ways visiting artists work with UW students 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. [...]