Seattle >Bar del Corso
Beacon Hill scored big when they became home to this charming neighborhood joint which serves up wood-fired pies, small plates and seasonal salads. Get there early (they don't take reservations) and don't miss out on the grilled octopus with heirloom peperonata--a bargain at just 10 bucks.
They're known for their pizza, but the salads here are outstanding! Always seasonal, always flavorful.
Wonderful wood-fired pies are the rightful star at this busy spot, but the veggies are worth the trip, especially if roast cauliflower is on the menu. It gets a salty kick from anchovies. Save room for the housemade gelato!
Crowds descend upon Jerry Corso's Beacon Hill storefront for wood-fired Neapolitan-style pies and "cucina" with a Northwest seasonal flare.
It is busy, so be prepared to wait. It is so worth it, the food is beyond delicious. Bring a friend, split some appetizers and a pizza.
We Love the food! Beautiful restaurant
Bring your own pizza cutter! Otherwise, it's super lovely.
Best Napoli pizza in Seattle. Try the fungi pizze
The cauliflower side dish is amazing!
Leave room for dessert! Their Polenta Cake (made with seasonal fruit) is to die for. One of my top three desserts in Seattle. I had it with Bing Cherries. Amazing.
Wood-fired Neapolitan-style pies and "cucina" with seasonal flourishes. The polenta cake for dessert is worth reserving ahead of time, before they run out. [Eater 38 Member]
Fantastic pizza, for sure, but it's the awesome starters/contorni (suppli al telfono, broccoli romanesco, antipasti, etc.) that rocket this place past Delancey, Serious Pie, Tribunali, and the rest.
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