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"Welcome to the Neighborhood" is the theme for the Razzis Pizzeria in the Greenwood Neighborhood of Seattle, Washington.  It is a great place to hang out, have some Pizza (or your choice of other Italian style food) and a few good brews!

It is family oriented and the Owner will more times than not be available to greet his guest and call most people by name!  They make you feel at home and have enough employees to serve that it won't make you feel abandoned!

The food tonight was great as usual.  We started out with the Garlic Chicken Caesar Salad that is well, to die is so fresh and delicious it just makes you want to beg for more even though the portions are plentiful.  We then shared a large Italian sausage, pineapple with 1/2 pepperoni and it was so good that I really didn't want to stop.  I had to force myself to two pieces.

They have a good selection of brews on tap to choose from as well as bottled beer and excellent wine!  The desserts are awesome when we have room for them ...which is rare for us!  When we do you have to try their Tiramisu.  It is really my favorite but they have many desserts to choose from. When you get your check they always give you a treat of white mints! My favorite again.  I think that is why we keep going back - great service, awesome food, fresh tapped beer and a treat when you leave!  Who could ask for more....

Feel like getting out in the Neighborhood.  Stop by Razzis and you won't be disappointed!


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