Pagliacci was founded in Seattle back in 1979. The goal was to make the best pizza possible. Simple as that. While a lot has changed since 1979, one thing has remained the same, our mission to deliver the best-tasting, highest quality pizza possible to the Greater Seattle area.
Then and now, many of the great things about Pagliacci Pizza have come from the customers and the employees. Our crew is the heart and soul of Pagliacci, inside and out of the kitchen. Visit any location and you’ll see the energy and dedication that goes into making every single pie. It’s that same energy that keeps customers coming back to make new memories with their friends and family.
This has helped us learn that pizza isn’t just dough, sauce and cheese; family is at the heart of it. We will continue to address our customers by name when they call and greet them with a smile when they walk in. It’s the little things that go into making great experiences, and we have been honored to be a part of the Seattle experience for so many years. We look forward to making new memories with you for years to come.
Over the decades, Pagliacci has been voted a Seattle favorite in many polls, in addition to garnering several meaningful awards. Thanks for your vote! It means a lot to us.
Behind the Scenes
With stores throughout the Greater Seattle area, we’re invested in the well-being of the entire region. We go to great lengths to connect with and support our many communities.
Quality & Locally Sourced Sustainability
Getting Involved Within the Community
Community is vital to Pagliacci. We take pride in how we connect with our employees, customers, vendors and neighbors. Read about some of the specific ways we are impacting our neighboring communities and the partnerships we are building to enrich the Greater Seattle area.
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