Winter Seasonals - Butternut Sage, Pear Primo and Peppermint Gelato

We are highlighting the early flavors of winter with our Butternut Sage Primo, Pear Primo and Peppermint Gelato. Read more about these seasonal delights here, on our blog! [...]

Roman Holiday: The Story Behind The Pie

Last spring, I went to Rome over spring break with my family, back to the city I used to live in when I taught history at the Marymount International School. We planned to eat, to soak in the timeless beauty of the eternal city, and buy some Italian movie posters to hang in the Pagliacci stores. What I didn't expect was to bring home a whole new pizza for Pagliacci! Continue on to read the story behind the pie. [...]

Our Latest Fall Seasonals

It's late autumn and it's time to enjoy two late-season treats: chanterelle mushrooms and pecans! Our new seasonals include the Chanterelle Prosciutto Primo, and our seasonal gelato is Maple Pecan. Along for the ride is our new favorite slice pizza we discovered on a recent trip to Rome, aptly named the Roman Holiday. [...]

Autumn Seasonals

Check out our new autumn seasonals! Wild Mushroom Primo: Roasted wild mushrooms, onions, provolone and mozzarella over a base of olive oil and garlic. Finished with parmesan and chopped fresh parsley. Tuscan Kale Primo: Tuscan kale, mozzarella and a sprinkle of sea salt over a preserved-lemon ricotta base. Pumpkin Gelato: Fresh pumpkin blended with ginger, cinnamon, allspice and clove. [...]

Beer and Wine Delivered Right to your Door

We now deliver beer and wine everywhere we deliver pizza! All stores - excluding the UW campus locations - also offer beer and wine for take-out. Read more about beer and wine delivery here! [...]

Pizza Margherita

The pizza Margherita, beloved for its simplicity—tomato, mozzarella, basil, olive oil, and sea salt—is the standard from which today's pizza evolved. The origin story is one worth telling. In 1889, the king of Italy, Umberto I, and his wife, Queen Margherita, were in Naples. A local piazzolo, Raffaele Esposito, made her three pies. Her favorite had the red, white, and green of the Italian flag (tomatoes, mozzarella, basil), hence, Pizza Margherita. Our Margherita pizza may not be certified by the Italians, but it is a Pagliacci classic and an ode to pizza history. When you're in the mood for a pizza on the lighter side, composed of the simply of elemental pizza ingredients of the highest quality and flavor, give it a try. [...]

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. [...]

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). [...]

A Skagit Valley Adventure: Butternut Squash and Preserved Lemons

Join us on our visit to Viva Farms in Skagit Valley as we visited the butternut squash we will be using on our Butternut Sage Primo and preserved lemons for our Tuscan Kale pie. [...]

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