Palermo (Capitol Hill)

350 15th Ave E
Seattle, WA 98112
(206) 322-3875

Categories: Restaurant

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  • 4.08000/5 Stars.
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A must try

That was the best gyro I've ever had. The dolmades were great as well. The cannoli was simply awesome!!
Posted by Marklar on April 5, 2008 at 7:28 PM · Report this

When it's good, it's very good..

The pizza here can be excellent, but the quality does vary and frequently, the orders do get messed up. BUT, the staff is friendly and the delivery guys are HOT! If they were more consistent, they'd get a 5...(the drivers, are all 9's)
Posted by strangeways on August 28, 2007 at 12:05 PM · Report this

Quick Delivery

I live 4 blocks from this place and am too lazy to pick it up. I have eaten in a few times however and the ladies working there do have an unassuming charming eastern european way that lulls me like a baby. I found my most recent delivery experience to be OK, but I've never had crisp crust from this place which may be a symptom of delivery. This place puts the meat toppings underneath the cheese which is great if you into that kind of thing. I've also had the meatball sandwich which is tasty.
Posted by Tallboy on August 14, 2007 at 7:30 PM · Report this

Oh my god he's hot.

He's SO hot. He's...god. UNDERWEAR MODEL hot. I order delivery just hoping one day I'll work up the nerve to grab him, drag him inside and eat my pizza off his six pack. And HER! SHE'S so hot! She's totally hot! And the other one, man, she's hot. And her too, and neighborhood Italian restaurant is run by a family of hot Hungarians! Father God, I asked baby Jesus for a winning lottery ticket, but what the hell, this is good too. ***Oh. And the pizza is crispy-greasy tas-taaaay.
Posted by Miz James on August 13, 2007 at 9:05 PM · Report this

Try it, you wont be disapointed

As far as Seattle Italian goes Palermo is a good staple. It really shines with its reasonably priced sandwiches and its greasy delicious pizza. I highly recommend the Sicilian salad with its delicious roasted red peppers. A half order is more than enough for one. Their baked cauliflower appetizer is in a wonderful cream sauce. Try a chicken jalapeño pizza with alfredo sauce. Their pasta dishes are nice but they don't hold a candle to some of Seattle's fancier Italian places. I have never had to wait for a table and the wait staff has always been reasonably good.
Posted by book on August 5, 2007 at 2:41 PM · Report this

near perfection

My friends drag me hear to see the supposed Hot Hungarian. He has never appeared, but no matter, every time I go I always get a pizza, cook to perfection with a crispy crust and perfectly melted cheese.
Posted by Blaire (with an e) on August 3, 2007 at 2:36 AM · Report this


I get the feeling the rest of the reviews were written by the owner or his fam. For some reason Seattle can never pull off Italian. This place is OK. It's good bachelor food, big portions, hope they stick around.
Posted by tvaughn on July 28, 2007 at 9:07 PM · Report this

authentic italian pie under 20 bucks

This place is amazing. Hands down best pizza east of the I5. You can ask for a copy of their menu and get yourself an instant 3 dollars off a large pie(make sure you reciprocate the favor in a tip). This place is local and the real deal. Super fresh marinara, amazing cheeses, and a well bodied crust(not too thick, not too thin). Good desserts too!
Posted by jono on June 28, 2007 at 6:42 PM · Report this

GREAT pizza and worth the visit

The premium is price (a few bucks more than you'd usually pay for pizza) is totally worth the quality of the pizza you receive, which is FABULOUS. Hearty, flavorful sauce and an excellent assortment of toppings to choose from. Friendly waitstaff and a small but well designed environment.
Posted by Gomez on June 21, 2007 at 4:48 PM · Report this

Pretty Darn good

While the people that work there seem a bit weird, the food is pretty good. The pizza (Red Goat is excellent) is better-than-average for seattle, and the eggplant parmesan sandwich is very good too. Avoid the Fettucini Carbonara - it was the worst i've ever had, but everything else seems pretty good. Not a bad place to hit if you're up on 15th...
Posted by Kinkos on May 22, 2007 at 5:59 PM · Report this


Marty is right about the mini pizza, but he should have said pepperoni and mushroom because that's really the best. But everyone has their favorite. The meatballs on the specials menu is really good too. Also the sandwiches. Everything is great and the people couldn't be nicer. They know pretty much everyone in the neighborhood it seems.
Posted by Charles on May 22, 2007 at 2:57 PM · Report this


The best thing on the menu is there mini pizza (I get it with Eggplant and Anchovies) but if you're in the mood for something else try the Mediterranean or the Chicken Parmigiana sandwich.
Posted by Marty on May 22, 2007 at 2:38 PM · Report this

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