Zaw Opens Its Doors Today

UPDATE:  Zaw Pizza which opened at 7320 35th Ave NE in January 2011, closed in 2015.  The space was remodelled and opened as Veraci Pizza on May 16, 2016.

Prior to Zaw Pizza, the building had been Domino’s Pizza for many years, and originally the building was occupied by Dairy Queen.


According to our friends at the Ravenna Blog, Wedgwood’s newest eating establishment (Zaw Pizza) will officially open their 5th location today in Wedgwood!  Stop by and check them out.  Next week, Zaw will start delivery service.

Zaw is a local take-and-bake pizza chain with stores in Ballard, Capitol Hill, Queen Anne, and South Lake Union.  According to Danielle Koagel with Zaw, each pizza comes with a bit of S.O.U.L, which stands with ‘seasonal,’ ‘organic,’ ‘unique,’ and ‘local’ ingredients.  All pizzas are made fresh down in South Lake Union and ingredients come from Washington farmers.  Their menu includes pizzas, wine, beer, salads, and cookies.  Their price points are from $14-$18 for a medium or large pizzas, but for $33 you can get a large pizza, 6-pack of beer/6-pack of microsoda/or bottle of wine, and salad.  Gluten free pizzas are also available.

Their store features sustainable materials, including bamboo flooring and reusing Domino’s old counters.  Order online, pick up, or have it all delivered (delivery service will begin next week).  For more information on Zaw Pizza, check out our earlier post.

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