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We admit we’re all a little on edge about next week’s election (here are some festive spots to watch, by the way!), and the sun seems to have hidden itself yet again. Oy. There’s happy news, though: We’ve gathered a few ideas that promise to boost your spirits and sate your appetite—stat.
Madison’s quintessential pizza is now available on the hill.
Ian’s Pizza on the Hill opened last fall and offers pizza by the slice, whole pies, delivery, and beer and wine. Located in Zpizza’s old location on Broadway, this smaller chain or “pizza collective” from Madison, Wisconsin is taking familiar ingredients—not commonly used as toppings—and creating new and delicious pizzas. They also offer gluten-free and vegan options.
Capitol Hill’s Charming New Ernest Loves Agnes is turning kids into pizza chefs!
Pizza-loving kids will have a chance to learn the craft this month at the first of a series of Kid’s Pizza Workshops held at Ernest Loves Agnes. On February 21st, kids will enjoy a fun-filled afternoon with a lesson in pizza-making Chef Mac Jarvis, who will share some pizza-makers tricks of the trade. Kids will then have a chance to see parts of the kitchen, take part in pizza related activities and create, top, cook and enjoy their own creations.
Regional Italian cuisine in a warm, neighborhood atmosphere.
In this edition of Food Porn, we feature Ristorante Picolinos, located in Ballard’s Sunset Hill neighborhood. The restaurant feels like an Italian country villa with a red brick exterior and iron-framed archways. The main dining room feels cozy with families happily munching on wood-fired
Local ingredients and wood-fired pizzas at this new neighborhood eatery.
Most of the menu is fresh, housemade, and often with locally produced ingredients. Owners Kent and Cindy Betts “take pride in stepping outside the box with unique products and flavor combinations, and acting as more of a New American kitcen than your typical pizzeria.”
Still miss the Sopranos? Drop into this West Seattle joint and get your fix for Italian-style eats, drinks, and attitude.
For those who grew up in West Seattle, or at least know of it a bit, the borough’s ability to set itself apart from the rest of the city is undeniable. Sure, the peninsula that hosts Alki and other great sunny weather spots is only minutes away from downtown, but