Went here with a group of boys and it was delicious. Each person ordered their own pie, a couple of salads, and it was very good.
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This out of the way pizzeria is really good. They have sadness and some pasta too. If you are near Ranier S in south Seattle this is a good place to have some pizza/pasta and a beer.
I keep hoping that more people will discover this gem in the south end. The food and the atmosphere are both worth a visit. Two of my favorite pizza's are the Sorrento and Giovanni. If you haven't tried this place what are you waiting for?...More
We had lunch here yesterday because we wanted to eat pizza and it had to be in the vicinity of the Museum of Flight. We are so happy that this place came up and we decided to go there!!! Our pizza was delicious! It had...More
What a great place! Wood-fired pizza in unique and delicious combinations. We had the Diavolo pizza ($15). It had spicy olive oil, pepperoni, tomatoes, and ricotta. Heavenly. The caprese salad appetizer ($10) is served with olive oil and balsamic vinegar on the side, so you...More
Been passing this place for a long time and kept wondering why it's always full of people so we decided to try. This place serve authentic wood fire grilled pizza and pasta. The place was busy on a Friday night and we thought our order...More
I believe they might only serve the sandwiches at lunchtime. But if you can get one-- do it! There are all very tasty! The Italian sub is my favorite. My mom likes the rosemary chicken, however she requests balsamic vinegar on top instead of the...More
Pulcinella is a cozy neighborhood spot with great thin crust pizzas and other Italian offerings. Their cannelloni is especially excellent. For a small restaurant, their wine offerings are also very good. We feel fortunate that Pulcinella is only a 10 minute drive for us.
If you still haven't tried Pizzeria Pulcinella what are you waiting for. The food is very good and the service is pleasant. You can't go wrong on any of the pizza's. I go often as it is not far from where I live. But it's...More