Dinner at Jackson Street Pizza


A half cheese and half pepperoni pizza from Jackson Street Pizza in Seattle's Central District. 

For craft cocktails and hand-tossed pizzas with a cozy neighborhood feel, check out Jackson Street Pizza.  They opened this June in the former spot of Central Pizza. Slide into a booth by the window and order some fresh and hot pizza! They offer a daily happy hour with $5 slices. Note: this is only for the bar, so be aware. You can order slices in the restaurant side, but they're not as inexpensive. I didn't ask how much a slice runs for, but a whole pizza will set you back about $25. Since we visited during Halloween weekend, the whole place was spookified. We liked the carved pumpkins and spider decor! 

My husband and I each started with a Two Pals cocktail. This drink is similar to a Sidecar but instead of a sugared rim, its replaced with a flamed orange peel giving the drink a toasted orange flavor. So good! We also shared a Ubangi drink. This one is similar to a Black Manhattan. 

We ended up getting two pizzas for the four of us. Each pizza has six slices. Their pie is hand-tossed, American style. It tasted similar to Flying Squirrel Pizza in Georgetown and Seattle's Pagliacci Pizza.  

We had half cheese and half pepperoni. I'm a big pepperoni fan, so I loved the two types on my pizza. It had both pepperoni cups and large pepperoni pieces. So yummy! 

The pizza was good and the cocktails were nice and strong. Add this Seattle spot to your list of pizza joints to try! 

Jackson Street Pizza 

2109 South Jackson Street

Seattle, WA 


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