Our new Bellevue location will feature a slice bar, welcoming dining room, and allow us to better serve the Bellevue area.
On the cusp of our 45th Anniversary, we’re thrilled to be opening our 26th location in the greater Seattle area. Our newest store, in Bellevue’s Eastgate neighborhood, will provide neighborhood residents an inviting place to dine on whole pies or slices, to pick up meals, and will allow us to expand our delivery area in Bellevue, including Factoria, Somerset, parts of West Lake Sammamish, Cougar Mountain and Lakemont.
The building, a former Pizza Hut nestled between I-90 and the Eastgate commercial area, needed a massive overhaul to make it look and feel like a Pagliacci. Working with Floisand Studio Architects, we have transformed the building inside and out. The exterior has a beautiful backlit façade that creates a lantern effect. Below the glow of the exterior, passersby will glimpse the light and colorful dining area and an exterior patio. Inside, visitors will enjoy cushioned seating, white oak cabinets, exposed wood beams, and colorful wallpaper.
We are currently hiring for the new location (15210 SE 37th St, Bellevue, WA 98006). Those that are passionate about pizza and interested in working in a fun, fast-paced environment with competitive earnings, tips, a flexible schedule, medical benefits and paid time off, and free pizza should apply here.
As part of our Envision Zero initiative, an effort to be carbon neutral with zero waste, we’ve purchased an electric car for deliveries from the Eastgate store. Several other Pagliacci locations also use company-owned EVs for deliveries and we continue to expand our E-bike delivery fleet at locations where that makes sense.
Pagliacci co-owner, Matt Galvin, says, “I am super excited about the design of our new store and being part of the Eastgate neighborhood.”