If you haven’t tried Pritty Boys, now is the time! These Madrona Pizza boys aren’t just serving up pizza; their full menu includes appetizers such as garlic truffle fries, lightly fried calamari, and meatballs in marinara! They also of course have a variety of delicious pizza pies, which you can order regular or gluten-free, and they offer salads, paninis, and pasta! Yum!
Madrona does love wine (Bottlehouse, Madrona Wine Merchants, etc.) but Madrona beer lovers need a place to go too….well, beyond Madrona Ale House….it is only fair! Pritty Boy Pizza has just added beer to go starting June 1st. So stop by 1430 34th Avenue and get your Pritty Boys Family Pizzeria Growler. Fill it up with one of their 7 draft beers: Manny’s Pale, Chuckanut Kolsch, Chuckanut Dunkle, Pike Double IPA, Three Skulls BlackBeard Dark Lager, Fish Brewery Mudshark Porter, and New Belgium/Elysian Pink Peppercorn IPA.
I never have recovered from when Kentucky Fried Chicken moved out of their location from the Madison entrance of the Arboretum. I was only a kid when they moved, but I still refer to it as the old Kentucky Fried Chicken location. The tenant currently is Spotless Cleaners, but after so many years, a wrong is being righted with the news that Pagliacci Pizza is coming to the space.
Pagliacci Pizza needs little introduction to Seattleites. Started in 1979 in the University District which is about the same time Kentucky Fried Chicken left the location on Madison where Pagliacci is taking over.
From its new location, Pagliacci will deliver to such Seattle neighborhoods as Madrona, Madison Park, Leschi and Capitol Hill.
Pritty Boys Family Pizza had a food booth at Madrona Mayfair this past Saturday – which was not only a good place to get pizza, but also a place to find the scuttlebutt about the restaurant. First of all, the pizza was very good. The peperoni were small (about half the size of peperoni on typical pizza) and flavorful. I did pat it with a napkin to soak up some grease, but to me that is not a bad thing.
Since I have been anxiously awaiting their restaurant, I asked when they expected to open. They told me that there was no official opening date because they have had some delays, but they were trying to open next weekend. So whether it is this weekend or not, it is good news that Pritty Boy Family Pizzeria is coming soon to Madrona.
In addition, to speaking to the pizzeria employee at Mayfair, I walked by the restaurant this weekend. The place is really shaping up. In the northwest corner of the restaurant, they have a play area set up with a various toys for small kids to play with. In the south end of the restaurant, they had a video game machine. This portion of the restaurant is set up for young teenagers. With about 20 tables, the Madrona pizzeria should be a popular place for Seattle families to hang out whether their kids are 2 or 14.