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“Not bad, bit pricey”

New York Pizza Bar and Grill
Ranked #413 of 4,231 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 August 11, 2013

We were lucky to be there while they had theirs "anniversary" special which was ANY small pizza for $5. Over the course of a few days, we tried a variety and found them all to be tasty and big enough for 1 hungry person or split between two people and add salad. Pasta dishes were good but on pricier side. The best deal is Sunday when you can get all their happy hour items in the regular restaurant and their nachos are HUGE and everyone loved them! Yes, would go back if ever in Seattle.

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Reviewed August 11, 2013

As this restaurant was across the street from the Hampton Inn & Suites and kept long weekend hours, we tended to be there during their Happy Hour times. Not only was it very reasonably priced, but we really liked the offerings. Over a couple of late night meals we tried the Mongolian Beef, the hummus plate, the sliders and the burgers. All were excellent and the service was friendly and efficient.

Thank nylorac63
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Reviewed July 24, 2013

We were staying across the street and was told that they were running a $5 small pizza special during the month of July. The pizzas were well made and it was more filling than I expected (I could have shared a pizza with my husband). On our two visits, I have tried the Rustic Italian, the Central Park and the Buffalo Jungle. We really enjoyed the crust. At first glance, it looks like they don't have enough toppings on it but actually there were plenty for this size pizza. My favorite was the Buffalo Jungle but I love the buffalo sauce and jalapano. My husband liked the central park so it worked out (I thought it was a little heavy). The first time we went in was on a Sunday around 6:30pm and it was not that busy. On Sundays, they have all day happy hour. We ordered the boneless buffalo wings and while it tasted fine, it felt like we were just eating some frozen popcorn chicken with their buffalo sauce. Not even worth the happy hour price ($4.99).
My husband had a Mac and Jack Beer for $3.5 during HH. We were told by a friend to try this beer while in Seattle, as it is not sold anyway except this region and only available in a bar or a restaurant. It did not disappoint.
Service wise, it was just ok. Aside from taking our order, bringing our food and our check, we didn't see our waiter, which didn't bother us terribly.
All in all, we enjoyed our food and felt that we got a smokin deal on their pizza promotion.

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Thank TravelBug4702
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Reviewed July 20, 2013

Very good service, friendly and efficient. Liked the menu choices, particularly the burger selections as there were some variations not often seen on menus in the USA.

Serving sizes are consistent with this style of place and price point..........huge!

Overall a good experience but early on a Friday evening the acoustics could have been better, as it was hard to maintain a conversation with others at the table over the noise.

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Thank Whinnie
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Reviewed July 18, 2013

We were staying at the Hampton Inn right across the street, and we were starving when we arrived. Headed across the street to eat because of the good reviews I'd read on Trip Advisor. It was during their mid-afternoon happy hour, and we got pizzas and an order of bottomless fries. Both were really good. Service a little slow (not waitress, but kitchen). But good enough to return a couple of nights later. Tried some sliders from their specials, and they were really good. This time around there was no wait with the kitchen. Kid-friendly and convenient to Space Needle and Seattle Center.

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Thank jmjbwolf
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