June 30th, 2014 by Cara
Don’t miss the US vs. Belgium Tuesday at 1:00PM! The time difference makes it tricky for many folks at work but consider taking a long lunch. Here are the spots in Fremont that will be showing the game and attracting some serious fans:
The George and the Dragon
Frequently named one of the best bars to watch “football” in Seattle, Washington, and the whole U.S. This will be a seriously spirited crowd!
Opens at 1:00pm and this game is sponsored by KEXP. Don’t forget about the pizza!
Norm’s Eatery and Alehouse
Opens at 11:00am and is dog friendly! Bonus points for any dogs rocking jerseys.
The Red Door
Opens at 11:30 with a projector screen and a great deck
Don’t forget to cheer extra loud for Dempsey and Yedlin representing the Seattle Sounders on the US National Team. You can also catch the Argentina vs. Switzerland game at 9am.
More World Cup fun:
This fun video brought to us by the Sounder’s Rave TV captures the World Cup fervor in Seattle.
Two Weeks left of Pagliacci Pizza’s Futbol Challenge
Pagliacci Pizza is giving away a Vespa during the fervor of the World Cup. Customers can pick up a special playing card in store and receive one stamp every time a slice of pizza is purchased. Collect three stamps and your card can be turned in for the drawing. The more cards you can submit, the better your odds. The winner will be randomly chose on July 21st at 12pm. Your dream Vespa days may be just around the corner.
Tags: pizza, Sounders, USA, world cup
August 11th, 2011 by Sean Keeley
If you’ve been to one of their Seattle locations, a farmer’s market around town or just seen one of their delivery folks whiz by, you’ve heard of ‘Zaw, the artisan, from scratch, made-to-order handcrafted pizza joint.
The pizza place seems to be in full expansion mode, with new stores popping up all over town. There isn’t one coming to Fremont, specifically, but by the end of August, they’ll have Fremont completely surrounded.
The newest ‘Zaw will be located in Wallingford at 4612 Stone Way N, which you might remember as a 7-11. They’ll serve Fremont residents as well as Wallingford folks.
If you live over the hill on the other side of Fremont, you can always call in an order to the ‘Zaw in Ballard (5458 Leary Ave NW).
Tags: pizza, stone way, zaw
May 4th, 2010 by Athima Chansanchai
Cyclists – both those who bike regularly and those who haven’t dusted off their wheels in awhile – are invited to Via Tribunali to partake in free pizza in return for using pedal power to get to the weekly pick of the popular pie-maker’s 5 Seattle locations for the next 5 Wednesdays between 5 p.m. and 7 p.m., starting May 12.
They’ve saved the best for last: Fremont’s turn isn’t until June 9, so our residents will have to bike to other parts of town to take advantage of the deal before then. Look at it this way – more exercise for you!
Via Tribunali, in association with Caffe Vita, Peroni Beer, The Stranger and The City of Seattle’s Bicycle Program, present “5@5,” a campaign focused on raising funds for the Seattle biking community.
The restaurant will give away free margherita pizzas and sell $3 Peroni Beer to anyone who rides their bike to the Tribunali participating in the program from 5 – 7PM on the given Wednesday. The $3 from beer sales will be donated to the selected biking community partner that week.
Each week “5@5” will take place at a different Via Tribunali location (the biking community partner for each week is also listed below):
- Wednesday, May 12: Georgetown, Bike Works
- Wednesday, May 19: Capitol Hill, The Garage Cycling Team
- Wednesday, May 26: Queen Anne, Cascade Bicycle Club’s program Trips for Kids
- Wednesday, June 2: Belltown, Bicycle Alliance of Washington
- Wednesday, June 9: Fremont 5, The Bikery
Tags: bicycling, biking, pizza
June 25th, 2009 by Geeky Swedes
Later today Via Tribunali, which recently opened in Fremont is being honored.
A delegation from the Associazionne Verace Pizza Napoletana is in town to certify seven pizza places as “Napoletana,” including our new Via Tribunali. There are rules for making Neapolitan pizzas. Certified restaurants must use specific ingredients, a wood-burning oven and the final product must conform to the tradition. The other certifications presented this week go to the Via Tribunali in Queen Anne, Georgetown and Belltown, Ristorante Picolinos in Ballard, Tutta Bella in Issaquah and Pizzeria Pulcinella in Rainier Beach.
Tags: honors, pizza