Via Tribunali is the local Seattle chain that shouldn’t be your first choice for pizza in Capitol Hill (there’s Bar Cotto for that) - but shouldn’t be your last, either, because it’s great. It’s the perfect middle-tier Neapolitan spot for a big birthday dinner, or for splitting a spicy salami pie and an excellent Caesar with a date. Go in on some sparkling wine, enjoy the dimly-lit romantic ambience, and if you’re getting a margherita pizza, always spring for buffalo mozzarella.
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