Pizza in MLT. When my younger son got his braces off, this is the place he wanted to go, on the recommendation from his best friend. We got the family special that comes with a large pizza, a salad, and two sodas. The pizza was good, good mozzarella cheese, crust thin on the base with a thick crust rim. We got half pepperoni and half mushroom/sausage. Not bad. The salad was huge and we could not finish it. But not to worry, it comes to the table in a take-home box. It's a family place but they have a great selection of beers on tap including Big E Ales (Ellersick) of Lynnwood. I got a glass of Ninkasi Total Domination IPA (Ninkasi Brewing - Eugene, OR). Nice and hoppy as you would expect. They also serve some vodka-based mixed drinks. Four big flat screen TVs. Outside seating, too. We'll be back.
Like the fall of Troy. In the days of 99 cent value-menu gut bombs, I once relished in the large portions and epic, god-like pizza that was once a staple of Mountlake Terrace pizzeria Sorelli Pizza. I say was because frankly, the tyrants that took over Sorelli Pizza in its time of need have ruined it. They have taken something that once stood for great value with an even better taste, and drug it through the mud. What is left is nothing better then what I would expect out of a high school cafeteria! With today's economy, pizza deals such as Little Ceasers 5 dollar "Hot and Ready" and similar low cost options from the likes of Dominoes and many other chain restaurants, I am finding it increasingly difficult to spend more money on sub par pizza. Sorelli pizza has lost its allure and everything that once made it award winning pizza and brought me back multiple times a week for many. many years. I am sad to say that after my most recent trip, I will no longer be a patron of Sorelli Pizza and will no longer recommend it to anyone, let alone a friend. Good bye Sorelli Pizza, these past years have been great.
Bring your appetite.
It's good pizza if you have a big appetite. The first few bites are good but most of us felt sick after the meal and some of got sicker later that evening. The pizzas contain too much of everything.
I'll stick with the lighter, more refined pizzas at Via Tribunali, which offer less quantity, much higher quality, all at the same price.
Huge portions. This place was recommended by a friend a while ago. I have lived in the edmonds/mtlk terr area for years but had never heard of this place. I went there with some friends to check it out and let me just say my hungry friend made a mistake by ordering two slices of pizza. They were huge!! This place is a little hole in the wall and you would easily drive right past it. It's a very small place that is great if you and a few buds want to have some really great pizza and one of thier big cheap beers. The pizza has thick crust, tons of toppings and really great sauce. The pizza is a little greasy but isn't that the point? The only downfall is that they don't deliver.
Best Pizza in Seattle Hands Down. I'm a pizza connoisseur. I've travelled around the us and canada to find outstanding pizza. In Seattle, there's no better place! If you like garlic, you'll find it in the pizza sauce and the ceasar salad, which is second to none! Their lunch special is rediculously reasonable and fantastic. If you know pizza, then, you'll love Sorelli Pizza.
Great Pizza from a pizza snob!!!. My husband and I went to Sorrelli's a couple weeks ago for the first time It was really good and even better the second day. It is a little hole in the wall so don't be deceived by the outward appearance of the pizza place. From the outside it looks pretty dumpy, but the food is great. The salads are huge, even a small or personal size could easily serve 2-3 people. A great family atmosphere. We love it.
SORELLI is THE best in the Northwest!. Once you've had Sorelli, nothing else will do. It's just that simple. Perfect crust, addictive sauce, and a seductive blend of cheeses for starters. The SORELLI "Family Special" includes a large 2-topping pie and enormous 5 topping salad with refillable sodas that'll easily satisfy 4-6 hungry adults (with plenty left to take home) -- for $24. And EITHER 16 OR 32 oz domestic OR microbrews -- for $3 or $4, respectively. Then top it all off with great service, a friendly neighborhood atmosphere and two huge screen TV's -- and you have THE place for great pizza OUT with the family -- at a bargain, or for some pie, appetizers and beverages to take in the game. True finds are rare, but this is definitely one of them! (And tell Kevin, the owner, about this CitySearch review.)
THE Best Around!. The BEST pizza and atmosphere you will find in or out of the city! Relaxed, inviting atmosphere always makes you feel at home. Everything there is huge, from salad and wings, to pizza and the beers! The game is always on and you'll never leave hungry. I've been going there for three years and will not go to any other pizza place! It's small and they seem to know everyone that comes in. Kevin and the crew are the best! Once you try it, you'll never want to go anywhere else!
kick ass pizza!.
Frickin awesome pizza that fills you up right. Great value that all should take advantage of. Ambience
is like no other, great spirits and lovely scenery. TV's surrounding you and you feel courtside while watching games. A small town feel that is always welcome.
For those of you who don't know, Sorelli Pizza is under new management and doing great. The sign in the window says "There is a big difference between the big chains and the independant pizzerias. Come in and we will prove it to you"
Boy do they ever prove it. It's a little more expensive than the big chains but well worth it. Check it out, you will be glad you did.
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