We’re thrilled to be opening a new store across from the Ballard Locks. Ballard has grown so much over the last 30 years—our busy pizzeria on 85th needs support. The new location will allow us to deliver pizzas even faster throughout the neighborhood, and it will be a convenient location to pick up a slice or a whole pie.
The thoughtfully remodeled building preserves elements of the original structure while updating the space. Carvings done by Jimmy John, a Coast Salish artist, are featured on the front of the building, and the original logs that gave the building its form are still in place, and their beautiful wood is visible above the kitchen. We are calling the new location Šilšul (shill-SHOHL), the name given to the area by its original inhabitants, the Šilšulabš, a band of the Duwamish.
People are the core of Pagliacci—and have been since 1979. Together we are greater than the sum of our parts, but the individual contributions of our employees drive our success. Turnover at Pagliacci is less than half the national average, and wages and tips are significantly higher (in-house $22–28/hour; delivery driver $25–35/hour). We also offer medical benefits, paid time off, 401(k)’s, complimentary meals, flexible scheduling, and career opportunities. The environment is fun and fast-paced.
Molly Wakenshaw, a Pagliacci general manager with a long history of helping talented crew members grow into leadership roles, will head our experienced leadership team at Šilšul.
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