The pizza here is good, and the happy hours make it possible for a family group to eat without mortgaging the farm. Seven of us had dinner here for about $80, including a few beers and a couple of drinks. That's pretty cheap for Seattle. Good service, and the layout allows groups to eat together without being in the middle of a big crowd. We enjoyed it. Happy Hours are 2-6 and (I think) 9-12 or so. We enjoyed it.
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