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Chicago Style Thin Crust Pizza in Seattle?

CozyBear | Nov 30, 201008:36 AM

Yes, I've seen the other thread, but that seems to be focused on deep dish pizza. Being a Chicago native now living in Seattle, I've had a difficult time finding pizza similar to back home. I’ve tried Kylie’s, Delfino’s, Wallingford, etc. but those places are off the mark a bit (for thin AND thick). They either go too heavy on the cheese or dough (making it somewhat too thick) or use huge chunks of veggies (not diced or even thinly sliced). Another thing I noticed across the board with Seattle pizza spots, you really skimp out on the sauce. It seems like only a smattering of sauce on the pizza, which I find really perplexing. Don’t get me wrong: they’re still decent pies, just not as good as back home.

In any case, I’m looking for a real thin crust, tavern style ( or square cut / cut into squares) pizza. I have yet, to find any place that does this. Any ideas?

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