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'Zaw Brings Artisan Bake-at-Home Pizza to Redmond

The Seattle-based chain opened its newest location near Trader Joe's on Friday.

Local pizza lovers now have yet another place to get their fix in downtown Redmond.

'Zaw opened the doors to its location near Trader Joe's this afternoon, joining fellow Seattle-based chains Zeeks and MOD Pizza in the quest for a slice of Redmond's pizza-customer pie.

'Zaw co-founder Greg Scott said 'Zaw's customers have been requesting an Eastside location for quite some time. The new store is 'Zaw's seventh location, and just its second outside of Seattle city limits. (The other is on Mercer Island.)

“It’s a great location for us,” Scott said of the new Redmond shop.

'Zaw offers bake-at-home pizza and focuses ingredients that follow its sourcing guidelines of Seasonal, Organic, Unique and Local—or SOUL. Scott said the company makes an effort to partner with local farmers markets as evidenced by a list of current suppliers on its website

Along with pizza, 'Zaw also sells salads, beer and wine, bake-at-home cookies and homemade ice cream. Scott said the "classic combo," which includes a large pizza, salad and bottle of wine for $30, is popular with customers.

'Zaw is located 8145 161st Ave. NE in Redmond. Hours are 2 to 8:30 p.m. Sunday-Thursday and 2 to 9:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday.

Call 206-952-4420 or visit zaw.com for more information or to place an order.

Delivery will be available beginning sometime in early 2013. The delivery cost is $2 on orders of $15 or more. 

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Have you tried 'Zaw's pizza before? Tell us in the comments section.

GlutenCaseinFree Customer December 11, 2012 at 12:19 AM
Noticed 'Zaw last week while going to Trader Joes and we were intrigued after a little research. Got a regular and a GF pizza on my first visit and we were hugely impressed. The quality and service are superior to any restaurant in Redmond (I've been to many of them) and every employee I've encountered (I've been back several times now) seems truly invested in the high standards of quality, service and courtesy. Even though the options for me (no wheat, no cow's milk) are limited they do exist and are excellent. The regular crust & cheese pizzas I've gotten for my wife have looked and smelled awesome and she loves them. I recommend them most highly.
Caitlin Moran December 11, 2012 at 12:34 AM
Good to hear, NoGluten. Thanks for the review!

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