ATLANTIC STREET PIZZA
NFW 9041 HOLMAN ROAD N.W.
5253 UNIVERSITY WAY N.E.
524-4432 OR 524-4615
THE ATLANTIC STREET STORY
Atlantic Street was the main thoroughfare in Seattle's old Italian district
Known as "Garlic Gulch" or Rainier Valley, the birthplace of Italian culture
in Seattle was where the original recipes for Atlantic Street Pizza were bom.
The story begins with a young man named Antonio Palucci. As the
neighborhood was destroyed by the 1-90 wrecking ball, it was as a laborer,
that he made a discovery which laid the culinary foundation of our pizza
shop. He found himself picking through the wreckage of what was
obviously a family kitchen Tlae air was filled with the lingering smell of
roast garlic and dried herbs. The search yielded the discovery of what
appeared to be a book filled with handwritten Italian. What had seemed to
be a journal to Antonio, was actually a complete set of old world recipes.
Mama Palucci took to using many of the recipes. A whole generation of
friends and family were trained in eating a Palucci Pizza. Crust handlaid in
a pie pan, not tossed with bread glue, made with a micro starter with no yeast
or sugar in the dough.
Our goal at Atlantic Street Pizza is to share with you the pleasure of
eating pizza and sandwiches with the authentic "Garlic Gulch" recipes.
Share with us in the rich culinary traditions of Seattle.
"Abodanza" (Happy Eating)
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
• Hours •
Mon.-Wed. 11:00 am-2:00 am
Thurs. 11:00 am-3:00 am
Weekend: open Fri. 11:00 am, close Mon. 2:00 am
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