Hey! That's us! Humble Pie was recently featured for being Seattle's sustainable pizza on local King 5 Evening. We loved showing their team around and sharing what we do, from the wood fired oven, solar panels, fresh eggs from the chicken coop, to the final result: delicious pizza. Seattle residents can enjoy dining in our outdoor space (with heaters!) or take pizza to-go. Thanks again to King 5- you can check out their full story on our sustainable pizza [...]
About Brian SolazziThis author has not yet filled in any details.
So far Brian Solazzi has created 19 blog entries.
Come dine with us, now with four covered, individually heated tables. Electric infrared heater hang down from our solar panel roof and use the renewable energy they harvest to keep you warm! We are open 11am-9pm weekdays and 12-9pm weekends, and recommend lunchtime to avoid waiting for a table (all are-first come-first-serve). We love safely seeing our community. People are the #1 reason we're in business. To keep our customers and staff safe, please follow these guidelines at Humble Pie: [...]
Hello class, with the world being a little funky right now, I’ve taken it upon myself to give you an entertaining blog post that’s both educational and engaging. Welcome to Pizza History 101! Now sit back, grab your favorite Italian wine and turn on that Pino D’Angio record you’ve wanted to play forever. Long ago in a distant land where life was simpler, pizza was discovered in Naples, Italy. History deep-dish….I mean History deep dive In 1835, French [...]
We are more than thrilled to welcome our community back to dine-in in our spacious outdoor patio. To ensure the safety of customers and staff we've made a few changes at Humble Pie without changing the Humble Pie experience. Bellow are the main details you need to know about coming in for pizza, beer, sunshine, and chickens: The dining room of 7 tables is first-come-first-serve. If all of our tables are full, you are welcome to queue in our safe [...]
Our latest special features PNW foraged lady fern fiddleheads and ramps from our friends at Foraged and Found in this Japanese cooking-inspired pie. The veggies are layered onto of a miso cream base, mozzarella cheese, and caramelized onions, then finished with sesame seeds and a light drizzle of sesame oil. Subtle, salty flavors let these beautiful local treasures shine. Available for take out while ingredients last!
Come on down and try our super-springy asparagus special! The pie starts with a house-made asparagus pesto base made with parmesan, pine nuts, and lemon, then is topped with mozzarella, roasted asparagus, ricotta, lemon zest, and basil. Option to keep it veggie or add prosciutto. Available while ingredients last.
*Available April 30th- May 15th, 2020* This Oaxacan-inspired pie features our take on mole negro as a sauce base. It gets topped with pork adobada, pickled onions, fresh cilantro, crema, and crumbled queso fresco. Delicious with una cerveza!
We are offering a special price for the ultimate Humble Pie dinner for two. Call in or swing by to take any Humble Pie pizza, small house salad, and choice of Orizzonti Sangiovese (red) or WA Sagelands Pinot Gris (white) home for just $35. Whether enjoyed under candlelight or cozied up on the couch, this meal will elevate your night-in without breaking the bank. You can check our full selection of pizzas here. Equal options of veggie and meat pies [...]
Happy Earth Day! We are celebrating Earth Day in Seattle with... pizza. Surprised? This pie shows off everything Mother Earth's veggies and herbs have to offer and is plant-based start to finish. Our plant based pizza gets the works: garlic, fresh oregano, and Mama Lil's Peppers chili oil tomato sauce base topped with a healthy layer of arugula, roasted artichoke hearts, cauliflower, mushrooms, garlic, caramelized onions, and finally fresh basil and a drizzle of truffle oil after cooking. Rich, saucy, and [...]
Our latest Sloppy Joe special packs a punch of nostalgia. For some it's memories of the school cafeteria (which why we've started calling in "the lunch lady") and for some its a fun childhood dinner at home (kids love ketchup and beef). Some have even called it the Sloppy Joe Exotic in an ode to quarantine Netflix star Tiger King. Whatever Sloppy Joes bring to your mind, there's one thing for certain- this is comfort food all the way. The [...]