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“We had great burgers”

New York Pizza Bar and Grill
Ranked #412 of 4,250 Restaurants in Seattle
Price range: $10 - $15
Cuisines: American, Pizza, Bar
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Good for: Large groups
Dining options: Late Night, Reservations
Dining style: Casual Dining
Cross street: 5th Ave N & Roy St- FREE Underground Parking
Description: Handcrafted - Natural - Always from Scratch *All of our food is made in-house, from scratch. Our pizza dough is made fresh daily with herbs, garlic and Bellingham's own Boundary Bay Scotch Ale and hand tossed to order. We make our classic red pizza sauce, marina and alfredo in house along with most of our signature dipping sauces. *Your meal is made from honest and natural ingredients like nitrate-free, uncured pepperoni, from Zoe's Meats and natural 100% hormone and antibiotic free beef for all burgers, raised in the Columbia Valley. We use only premium, hand crafted meats that are almost all Washington State sourced and come in the most natural state possible. *We care about your experience and offer a dedicated gluten free menu, a perfectly selected Northwest tap list for the beer obsessed, a great sports viewing environment or a family friendly experience. If we can make it, we happily will, don't be afraid to ask! *We buy local and pride ourselves in sourcing many of our ingredients locally. We love to be a part of the craft brew movement and proudly "drink local" at NYP. Local Purveyors: Zoe's Meats - Isernio's Sausages - Macrina Bakery - Fremont Brewing - Seattle CIder - Elysian - Avenue Bread - Bellewood Distilling - Hempler's Bacon - Boundary Bay - Kulshan Brewery - Wander Brewing - Seattle's Best Coffee Established originally in 2008, NYP is a locally-owned, 3-location restaurant that offers delicious (thin crust) Pizza, gourmet Burgers, Pastas and Martinis in a classy & friendly atmosphere. Our Seattle location was opened late 2011 in the friendly, buzzing neighborhood of Lower Queen Anne. It's the prefunking (pre-game, pre-event) hot spot of the Seattle Center, Key Arena, EMP Museum, and more! Here you can enjoy Happy Hours after work, watch the ball game on one of our many LARGE TVs, grab a local beer (or a delicious hand-crafted cocktail) with friends, have a date night or family dinner or host an office or birthday group party.
Reviewed September 16, 2012

We had two lunches here.

Great burgers (most of which were $11.98), OK salad, excellent fries. The brownie dessert ($6.50)
was excellent and huge--enough for two to four people. Serice was more than adaquate, and beer was nice and cold. We would return.

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Reviewed September 11, 2012

Took my 3 kids here the other evening. Ages 3-8-& 11.
This was actually a Groupon but still would have come here as we spotted it last year at the end of our stay.
It is a dark restaurant, odd for all the windows there were.
They had a good kids menu as well. we started with the boneless buffalo wings. The eldest helped me here.
We also had the calamari. To my surprise the 3 year old loved them. He also had the chicken wings. It was only was piece but it was huge (unlike most kids food) and not burnt. Very well done.
My 8 year old had the quesadilla's. Talk about gooey cheese, she to loved it.
My eldest had an adult small pizza, best pizza he'd ever had.
I had a burger and it was very good as well.
We ordered one slice of the cheese cake for the kids to share, loo and behold the 3 year loved this as well.
We will go back when we hit Seattle again next September.

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Reviewed August 23, 2012

Very close to Hampton Inn Downtown (across the street about 30 yards away). It was convenient, but overpriced, especially for the pizza served. And being originally from New York (I later moved to New England in my 30’s), ummmm…., they should change the name. New York would never lay claim to any pizza they serve here. Overall, okay, but not overwhelming. This only fit our needs for our last night in Seattle, as we were too tired for any more walking, and we wanted to remain close to our hotel, BUT, overall, we had much much better dining experiences in the downtown Seattle area during our 3 day stay.

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1  Thank DaveEB310
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Reviewed August 15, 2012

A nice spot with promise and generous drinks, but mediocre food. We were drawn in by the promise of a late-night happy hour.

The specials were okay priced, but the drinks were unbalanced (if generous) and the food insipid. We tried 3 food items including the signature pizza, a crispy beef dish, and the steak tips-- none were better than mediocre, the bread was low-quality, and the meat dry. The drinks tasted cheap-but-strong-- nothing special, but okay value.

The space is nice / interesting, the location is close to several hotels (a few blocks from Lake Union's southern tip), the booths were cozy, and our waitress attentive despite being the only one working the floor.

We were staying nearby so tried several times to eat here (one night was too late, one night they closed at midnight despite the website saying 2am) before succeeding at getting this dull food-- a very anticlimatic meal.

Instead, try one of the many places in nearby South Lake Union, at present Joey and Citrus have evening happy-hours and Chandlers and Duke's have evening and late-night happy hours.

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Reviewed July 24, 2012

Stopped here after walking around Seattle all day, Excellent food with a great selection, good beer & wine list. I had the "Seafood Fettuccine", it was excellent with lots of shrimp, salmon and scallops.

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