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913 E. Pike St., Seattle, WA 98122
Via Tribunali offers one of the best happy-hour deals to be found: $5 cracker-crust Neapolitan pizzas and $3 Peronis. If two of you are meeting at this sleek, dark-wood bar tucked behind All City Coffee, you'll be tempted to order two of each, or perhaps share a half-liter of wine ($8 for house red or white, both of which are more than passable). Call it an Italian take on beers and pie, with the requisite singed-crust entrée a fraction of the usual $11–$16 per-pie price. The choices are minimal: salame (i.e. pepperoni, by Salumi), marinara, margherita (with basil), and—perhaps the tastiest—anchovy, dotted with salty fish you'll pluck off to pop straight into your mouth. The mozzarella is fresh, the tomato sauce made from sweet imported San Marzano fruit. If you can get yourself to a barstool between 4 and 6 p.m. any day of the week (or later, from 10 p.m.–close), the deal is yours.
Source: Seattle Weekly
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