Stacia's Gourmet Pizza & Pasta
305 NW 85th St, Seattle, WA 98117
Phone: (206) 962-4900
Primary Phone: (206) 403-1168
Parking: Lot, Private
Bike Parking: Yes
Good For Family: Yes
Good For Groups: Yes
Good for Kids: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Take Out: Yes
Cuisines: Caterers, Family Style, Take Out, Italian, European, Continental, Pizza
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: Yes
This is a place for takeout. Easy to order. Lots of pizzas on the menu. Try the Gourmet Vegetarian. Excellent.
06/01/2010Provided by Citysearch -
(five stars before the sauce changes.) I have enjoyed Stacia's for more than four years. I first tried their pizza for the whole wheat alone, but continued for the amazing variety of sauce and topping choices. They've always been courteous on the phone as well as the porch, and always delivered in a timely manner.
03/16/2010Provided by Citysearch -
My friends and I wandered in because one of them has a sister named Stacia, haha. When we got there, we were all in awe of the menu: there were 6 types of crusts, 18 sauces, and a seemingly infinite amount of toppings! We settled on two large pizzas, one Plain Jane Pepperoni (because we're wussies), and a Steak Strips & Onion pizza with Spicy Marinara Sauce. Both were amazing! While we waited for the pizzas, the gentlemen working offered us complimentary sodas and friendly conversation. Definitely my pizza place of choice :)
02/25/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Stacia's pizzas are practically infinately customizable - multiple crusts, sauces, cheeses and dozens of toppings. What is truly impressive though, is their attention to detail. The staff are friendly over the phone and they'll always try to get you the best deal with current promotions and coupons. Ask for delivery and your pizza will arrive piping hot via cheery delivery folk and will be accompanied by a handful of warm mini chocolate chip cookies. There isn't any seating at Stacia's - it's pickup or delivery only. The pizzas are a bit on the pricey side (though there are usually good deals on multiple pies). They have a preferred customer program, but it seems to change frequently and the benefits are not clear - not really worth the time. Overall, the pizza is fantastic! Try it for yourself - bonus points if you can find a way to use shrimp or mandarin oranges on a pizza AND make it edible. :)
01/05/2008Provided by Citysearch -
This place is great. Very good pizza, and great staff, always smiling. They prepare your pizza right in front of you. They even have a place for children to watch them toss and make the pizza. If you like cookie cutter pizza don't go there. It's made by hand. They even give you some homemade cookies will waited.
My new pizza place.
12/29/2007Provided by Citysearch -
After reading a couple 5 star reviews on this place, and then ordering and eating their ""top of the line, "" most popular, thin crust pizza, I have concluded that this is the type of pizza only someone from Seattle could love. A step above Chef Boy-R-Dee, at best, I found it grossly over priced, soggy in the crust department, and bland diet in quality...Their meatball sandwich was no better...Did you ever notice that despite a growing number of pizza joints in Seattle, NONE of them ever seem to go out of business??? This is one that should...GET SOME TASTE BUDS Seattle !!!
05/31/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Stacia's is right around the corner from my house. I have been a customer for the last 2 years. The pizza is always good, sometimes great. I tend to order thincrust since the the thick crust is a little overwhelming for me. Personal preference, the thick crust is good too. The staff goes out of their way to keep their customers happy. The menu is also pretty broad with lots of available toppings (pesto etc). They frequently have good deals as well. I like how they hand out chocolate chip cookies with every order. The meatball subs are tasty too.
10/08/2006Provided by Citysearch -
My wife and I have been ordering pizza from Stacia's for couple of years and have not gotten tired of it yet. I think it's much better than Pagliacci for its service and it's not a chain restaurant.
The owner makes great effort to satisfy his customers with special coupons and free birthday pizzas. It's mostly a takeout place with limited seating outside. There's a high employee turnover, so pizzas can vary a bit in quality (mostly good). Parking's little crammed and have to be shared with some of the delivery people, but I've never had problems parking there.