by Stranger EverOut Staff

The wood-fired pizza pop-up Romeo slings pies topped with seasonal farmers market ingredients at Homer in Beacon Hill every Monday.

The wood-fired pizza pop-up Romeo slings pies topped with seasonal farmers market ingredients at Homer in Beacon Hill every Monday. Romeo via Instagram

Domino’s just not cutting it anymore? Good news: Several excellent indie pizza pop-ups have proliferated across Seattle, with locally sourced and naturally leavened options aplenty. Read on to discover all the cheesy goodness, from the pepperoni-cup-covered pies of Doughbaby to the exquisite wood-fired seasonal pizzas of Romeo. For more food and drink inspiration, check out our full in-person dining directory, our takeout & delivery directory, our guide to where to drink fall cocktails, our guide to where to try fresh hop beers in Seattle, our guide to the 2020 football season in Seattle, and our guide to where to celebrate Oktoberfest.

Blotto Pizza
This hip pizza pop-up, which also publishes a zine full of quarantine recipes and stories under the same name, crafts naturally leavened beauties using Skagit Valley grains and locally sourced meats, cheeses, and produce. Pizzas can be pre-ordered starting at noon on Monday each week, for pick-up on Thursdays inside Capitol Hill’s Broadway Alley building (home to Tacos Chukis, Kimchi Bistro, and Taneda).
Capitol Hill
Pickup, pre-orders required

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Source: https://everout.com/stranger-seattle/articles/six-pizza-pop-ups-to-try-in-seattle/c225/