Discover Restaurants offering the best Pizza food in Olympia, Washington, United States. Birthplace of riot grrl music and home to an energetic independent art and music scene, Olympia is a hub of innovative cultural movements. The nontraditional Evergreen State College draws young pioneers and artists while the surrounding landscape of Puget Sound beckons the environmentally aware to its embrace. With 40 city parks incorporating 963 acres as well as a vast, municipally-funded public art collection, the city is a study in inventive and ecological civil design.
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4 based on 39 reviews
Traveling through and stopped here. My wife had the small spaghetti with meatballs. Meatballs tasted horrible. Sauce tasted like tomato sauce straight from the can. The minestrone soup too much thyme, too much beef base and too much salt. I had the tortellini with the red sauce and white sauce. Was OK but wouldn't order again. Service was good, fast and polite.
4 based on 35 reviews
I was here about 7 years ago and was unimpressed; however, I had just come back from Italy. I wanted Italian food and thought I would stop in. Well, it did live up. I thought I would give it another try. For cracker crust pizza, it's pretty good. The pepperonis are quite tasty. They should put twice as many of the little fellers on the pizza, but it was still good. The same with the mushrooms. They need to put more toppings on the pizza.
4 based on 44 reviews
Vic's must be listed on the International Pizza Landmark list! Their pizza rivals anyone's anywhere, including Italy! Well, you have to want the west coast pizzeria version, festooned with historic concert posters from famous Fillmore West and San Francisco to appreciate Vic's to the fullest. Where else can one get a vegan pizza that everyone at the party says is "fantastic?" Vic's has it. Their dough, if brought home for homemade, will make you an instant "pizza expert." Best ever.
4 based on 41 reviews
Salad bar had wide selection of fresh greens, ripe grape tomatoes, crisp cucumbers, pickled beets, diced boiled eggs, peppers, croutons, fresh sweet cantaloupe and a good variety of dressings. The hot buffet offered fried chicken both white and dark meat, baked beans, mashed potatoes, sliced hot dogs, corn, peas, mac'n'cheese among other items. Plenty of variety to choose from and refreshed quite often. Both hot and cold buffet areas appeared clean and sanitary. Staff were helpful, attentive and bused dirty dishes quickly. The price of $8.99/senior was quite reasonable for the "all you can eat" buffet. Access is convenient while plenty of parking is available.
4 based on 62 reviews
This place is bustling, both with people eating in and others coming in for takeout. They have a variety of fresh hot pizza by the slice, as well as by order. Good crust and interesting topping variations.There isn't much street parking in front of the restaurant on busy Division Street, but you can park in the mall parking lot that connects to it. Not a fancy place, just a friendly happy one with good food!
4 based on 117 reviews
Love the staff, love the location and really love the pizza. We love the regular crust, usually brewmaster, never disappointed. We try other places, compare to Brewery City and can't match up. Great pizza
4 based on 115 reviews
I belong to a literary group that meets at this restaurant monthly, so I'm here a lot. We frequently get the same waiter, so he knows us fairly well and he treats us exceptionally well. Our treatment today was outstanding and the food was great, so I'm giving Casa Mia the highest rating.
4 based on 97 reviews
First let me say that the area it is located in is seedy at best! Homeless, drug and alcoholic addiction and street litter is everywhere in this downtown Olympia neighborhood and this only blocks from the state capital!!!! Come on Washington, is this how you want to present yourselves??? Oh lest I forget, the street person urinating on a nearby building after having just left this establishment!!! WOW is this what I want my grandchildren to witness????The place itself is well, not the most attractive--and there were areas of the restaurant needing a clean sweep!The pizza itself was just OK--thin crust very tough and chewy; was expensive for an 18" pie 1/2 plain and 1/2 with one topping was $20+. The one big plus, the gal who took our order and later bused the table was terrific, friendly and helpful. Too many negatives though, wouldn't rush back!
4 based on 139 reviews
We came here as it came strongly recommended by my local family. For folks passing by on the freeway this place is a good choice for a couple reasons mostly itâs a nice sit down restaurant that is for the most part just off the freeway on the main drag so easy in easy out.. dirty Daveâs itâs not new itâs been around awhile so the outside is indicative of an old pizza parlor. The more i think, even more reason one would think to walk in... the walls tell a small bit of the story of its length in the town.. This place was packed with people standing waiting for families to finish so new customers could sit down. This is where my one complaint came... these folks do nothing to help the folks move through this place.. besides wipe the table down.. lots of room for cutting in while people wait patiently to sit down.. The food? It was safe 3 adults and 2 kids 12 and under all ate til we were full and my family had enough to bring home for leftovers. We had two pizzas and 3 salad bars... I would go back for another meal without question.
4 based on 164 reviews
The pizza here is as close to Italy as you can get without being there. The salads are wonderful and there is a nice wine selection. The lunch special, wine and pizza, or salad and pizza, is a good deal and tasty. Service is always pleasant and efficient.
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