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The 8 Best Pizzas in the Pacific Northwest

The Slice Team 17 comments

While the major hubs in the Pacific Northwest don't have a pizza tradition, there are plenty of passionate pizza people that have opened up shop in Seattle and Portland. The pizza landscape has changed dramatically in the last seven years, so much so that Portland and Seattle seem to be leading the charge in the pizza renaissance. And despite not having regional styles steeped in history, pizzerias in the Pacific Northwest are putting their own stamp on Neopartisinal pies through local sourcing, creative toppings, and new approaches, all of which perpetuate the evolution of pizza. More

Ed's Cosmic Pizza Blab: Can Serious Pizza-Makers Have More than Two Great Pizzerias?

Ed Levine 57 comments

Most great pizzerias are the product of one compulsive, obsessive person who lives and dies with every pie. Is it possible for a pizzeria to expand beyond two locations and maintain the quality that makes them great? It's like pizza-obsessed folks have decided that their collective ovens get too hot for them to consider adding a third pizzeria. More

Daily Slice: Apizza Scholls, Portland, Oregon

Daily Slice Maggie Hoffman 7 comments

Y'all know about Apizza Scholls already. It's one of my hometown's most popular pizzas, so tasty that in his 2008 review, Ed Levine called it one of the top five pizzerias in America. And Adam and Ed arranged for a pie to be delivered to the Serious Eats offices...from 2,900 miles away. (Adam also reviewed Apizza Scholls on Slice here last year.) More

Portland OR: Apizza Scholls on KOIN TV -- 'Best Pizza in the Nation?'

Adam Kuban 8 comments

DayPortPlayer.newPlayer({articleID:"14492",playerInstanceID:"5BBCE779-E203-9ADA-C7CA-C0061E0C00DE",domain:"koin.dayport.com",rootCategory:"126",categoryID:"156",videoHeight:"212",videoWidth:"373"}); Via Adam Lindsley on his @thisispizza Twitter stream, where he says, "Wow, that KOIN 6 spot on Apizza Scholls was embarrassing. 'The best pizza in the country has nothing to do with the ingredients.' WTF?"... More

Brain Dump: West Coast Pizza Madness 2009, Where I Visited

Adam Kuban 2 comments

View West Coast Pizza Tour in a larger map [All photographs by Adam Kuban unless noted] I know it's taken me a while to get the lead out re this trip. I've been back in NYC for six days after 12 days total on the road (nine actual pizza-eating days among those). I figured that regular Slice readers might want the skinny on which places I visited while out west. They're above in the map, but I'll also list them below, after the jump.... More

Portland, Oregon: Apizza Scholls

Adam Kuban 11 comments

Clockwise from top left: Apizza Scholl's just before 4 p.m. and there's only one person in line; the shop is decorated with pictures of famous pizzerias, including FAMOUS RAY'S!?!; the amatriciana, with pancetta and onion. [Photographs: Adam Kuban] Apizza Scholls 4741 Hawthorne Boulevard, Portland OR 97215 (at SE 47th Avenue; map); 503-233-1286; apizzascholls.com Pizza Style: Neapolitan-American—NOT Naples-Neapolitan Oven Type: Electric(!) Bakers Pride Notes: Expect long lines/wait time to get in. On the various blogs and boards, people grumble about this consistently. Is it worth the wait? I would say yes, but only you can decide. Tip: Round up a... More

Apizza Scholls: One of the Top Five Pizzerias in America

Ed Levine 31 comments

In my pizza book, A Slice of Heaven, the last chapter was devoted to the "Keepers of the Flame," people whose dedication and single-minded devotion to making great pizza made them worthy of inclusion in what could have been called the Pizzaiolo Hall of Fame. Today, I induct Brian Spangler of Apizza Scholls into this hallowed society. More

Apizza Scholls; Portland, Oregon

Adam Kuban 1 comment

I just wrote a "feature" piece for Serious Eats on Apizza Scholls in Portland, Oregon. It'll live on Serious Eats for a couple of weeks before landing here, so if you'd like to read it right away, head on over and check it out. I can, however, offer you this (poor-quality self-produced) video:... More

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