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! [...]

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. [...]

Riso Gelato

Riso is a gelato unlike any other and we've patiently awaited the day we could offer this seasonal option. With Gelatiamo's move to a larger production facility and a lot of begging from Pagliacci co-founder Matt Galvin our dreams were finally made a reality. The Arborio rice is prepared just like a risotto, stirring and stirring with cream, sugar and organic milk. One taste of the Riso and you'll see why we are so thrilled! [...]

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. [...]

Happy 15th Anniversary, Luis Bibiano-Lopez

At Pagliacci each pizza is hand-tossed. As you might imagine, one of the most heralded skills in our ranks is the ability to spin the dough into perfect circles of even thickness. Getting it just right requires serious skill. Getting it just right each time on a busy Friday night requires seriously wicked skill. And no one does it better than Luis-Bibiano-Lopez. [...]

Friday Night Heat

Working the ovens at Pagliacci on a Friday night takes hard-earned skill, organization, endurance, focus, and lots of water. To better understand just what it's like we interviewed some of our best. [...]

The Fountains of George Tsutakawa

Hidden amongst Seattle's many public fountains are several treasures by a Seattle artist named George Tsutakawa, who gained international renown for his sculptural fountains. His life is a Seattle story: born to immigrant parents with a successful import/export company that was seized after the Pearl Harbor bombing, he was sent to Europe to fight for the country that had interned his parents and relatives. After the war, the family business gone, he obtained an MFA degree at the University of Washington on the GI Bill. He later became associated with the progressive Northwest School and is among the major, influential figures of modern Asian-American art. One could do far worse than spending a day hunting down Tsutakawa's public fountains and sculptures in Seattle. [...]

Meet David Lasky

Meet the artist who created the "if you could be any superhero" crew spotlight for our recent comics-themed newsletter [...]

Sasquatch Lives! Ames Bros & Pagliacci Team Up

Gone is the Mad-Libs pizza box. Find out all about the iconic Seattle design firm, Ames Bros, Pagliacci's newest partner. We think the new boxes are quintessentially PNW, just like Pagliacci Pizza. [...]

Zucchini 500 XVII

Years ago we were looking for a way to be more involved with the local farmers markets so we were excited to take over sponsorship of the ever popular Zucchini 500 races. The Neighborhood Farmers Market Alliance holds these races at a few Farmers Markets around the city to celebrate the bounty of the local zucchini crop. The event is now in its seventeenth year. [...]

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