Humble Pie is as Pacific Northwest as it gets: the plates are compostable, the ingredients are locally-sourced, and the patio is loaded with picnic tables under string lights and catty-corner to a chicken coop. It’s a bizarre experience to eat Neapolitan pizzas and draught pints of Washington beer while listening to ambient clucking, but it totally works. Also important: the pizzas are excellent. Get the margherita with fresh mozzarella if you’re feeling classic, and the “whole hog” (prosciutto, bacon, pulled pork, tomato sauce, mozzarella) if you plan to eat a salad tomorrow. Vegetarians, don’t let that scare you away - there are options for you too.
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