Pizza Bravo

★★★★☆

About Pizza Bravo

Hours
Monday 11:00 AM - 9:00 PM Tuesday 11:00 AM - 9:00 PM Wednesday 11:00 AM - 9:00 PM Thursday 11:00 AM - 9:00 PM Friday 11:00 AM - 9:00 PM Saturday Closed Sunday Closed

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Pizza Bravo may be a small place, but the the pizza is the best. I'm not a big fan of thick crust, and pizza bravo has one of the tastiest thin crusts around. At less than 3 dollars a slice, it's an affordable meal for any student.

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★★★★☆

Pizza Bravo may be a small place, but the the pizza is the best. I'm not a big fan of thick crust, and pizza bravo has one of the tastiest thin crusts around. At less than 3 dollars a slice, it's an affordable meal for any student.

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Though this restaurant is relatively small inside, it does make some pretty good pizza. They sell pizza by the slice or whole. And the prices are fit for a student's wallet. Its conveniently located on the university Ave. by the UW campus. Great hotspot for students but definitely not a sit down place for family to dine.

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★★★★☆

Though this restaurant is relatively small inside, it does make some pretty good pizza. They sell pizza by the slice or whole. And the prices are fit for a student's wallet. Its conveniently located on the university Ave. by the UW campus. Great hotspot for students but definitely not a sit down place for family to dine.

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This place has the best pizza by the slice I've found in Seattle. They also have excellent calzones, though I have to say the gyros are nowhere near the quality of Aladdin just about a block to the south some people I know swear by them as the best they've ever had. Not only is the food excellent, but the people who run it are very nice as well.

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★★★★★

This place has the best pizza by the slice I've found in Seattle. They also have excellent calzones, though I have to say the gyros are nowhere near the quality of Aladdin just about a block to the south some people I know swear by them as the best they've ever had. Not only is the food excellent, but the people who run it are very nice as well.

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This is the 2nd best pizza in town, although there may be nothing that can compete with their spinach and 4 cheese specialty. Take out or by-the-slice, this place rocks! Great crust, good toppings, huge slices, and cheap!

Take no heed of naysayers, Seattle is a great pizza city!!

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★★★★★

This is the 2nd best pizza in town, although there may be nothing that can compete with their spinach and 4 cheese specialty. Take out or by-the-slice, this place rocks! Great crust, good toppings, huge slices, and cheap!

Take no heed of naysayers, Seattle is a great pizza city!!

Pros: Spinacco!, House Combo

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By looking at this place, one would not expect it to be good. But it turns out to be one of the best "east coast" style pizzas that I've found in Seattle (a city of many a bad pizza). Their staff are friendly, and quick, and their prices are good. In particular, they've offered a great discount on pick-up for a large plain pizza (under $10). The only negative comment I can make is that they are a little bit inconsistent depending on who is making the pizza - but there seems to be better than 80% chance of it being good.

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★★★★☆

By looking at this place, one would not expect it to be good. But it turns out to be one of the best "east coast" style pizzas that I've found in Seattle (a city of many a bad pizza). Their staff are friendly, and quick, and their prices are good. In particular, they've offered a great discount on pick-up for a large plain pizza (under $10). The only negative comment I can make is that they are a little bit inconsistent depending on who is making the pizza - but there seems to be better than 80% chance of it being good.

Pros: Good location, Inexpensive, Good pizza

Cons: A tad inconsistent

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I really dont feel I can accurately describe in words how awful Pizza Brava is. They skimp on the cheese and the sauce. This might actually be a good thing as neither adds any substance to the taste. The crust (which is already like gnawing on gristle) is desperate need of cover for its horrid taste. There toppings provide no such cover, they are of poor quality similar to those you might find in a $0.99 frozen pizza. In short Pizza Brava is not worth your time or your money.

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★☆☆☆☆

I really dont feel I can accurately describe in words how awful Pizza Brava is. They skimp on the cheese and the sauce. This might actually be a good thing as neither adds any substance to the taste. The crust (which is already like gnawing on gristle) is desperate need of cover for its horrid taste. There toppings provide no such cover, they are of poor quality similar to those you might find in a $0.99 frozen pizza. In short Pizza Brava is not worth your time or your money.

Pros: Reasonable Service

Cons: Bad Taste

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Good pizza, and if you're a student at the UW, you get a free drink with 2 slices. This is the place to go for pizza on the Ave for people in the know ;)

2
★★★★☆

Good pizza, and if you're a student at the UW, you get a free drink with 2 slices. This is the place to go for pizza on the Ave for people in the know ;)

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A New York-style pizzeria with inventive toppings, popular with students.

 

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