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West Of Chicago Pizza Company

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3770 SW Alaska St, Seattle
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This Chicago-style pizza joint has the midwestern scene down to a science: ramekins full of (delicious) liquid neon orange cheese, those translucent red plastic tumblers for soda, and Italian beef sandwiches and thick deep dish. After getting their start as a takeout-only pop-up, West Of Chicago now has a permanent spot in West Seattle, and while we’re fans of their thick pan pies, complete with crushed tomato and mozzarella that stretches for days, their crowning achievement is the paper-thin tavern pizza. It has a cracker-like crunch, a tasty oregano-flecked sauce, and toppings like crispy-edged pepperoni cups and dollops of silky ricotta. Round your order all out with incredible parmesan-dusted breadsticks, a broiled crock of tangy Mama Lil’s-spiked sausage dip, and a pitcher of Goose Island for an optimal weekend group dinner.

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