Mozzarella cheese, Italian herbs, tomato sauce, meats and veggies, all piled high on yeast, sugar, warm water, canola oil, salt, flour… in other words, pizza. One of the best food choices that satisfies a broad range of individuals. Skagit County has a variety of local pizza spots for you to choose from, why not try them all? Here is a list to help get you started on your very own Skagit County pizza passport.
Annie’s Pizza Station
44568 State Route 20, Concrete
Tuesday – Saturday: 11:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Sunday – Monday: Closed
Annie’s Pizza Station in Concrete has some of the best pizza on the east side of the county and at the most competitive price too. Annie’s bakes their tasty and original pizzas in a traditional stone-lined deck oven. This makes for a light, crispy layer over the top of the pizza, without burning it to a crisp or leaving a gooey, doughy center. Some of the friendliest folks around will keep the oven hot, turning out pizza after pizza on the busiest of nights. Annie’s is split into a brightly lit eating area and a dimly lit dining area to suit anyone’s preference. They also offer arcade games and Wi-Fi for those seeking more entertainment.
852 W State Route 20, Sedro-Woolley
Sunday – Saturday: 11:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Cascade Pizza in Sedro-Woolley has many pizza choices. Be sure to try their deliciously cheesy Cascade Special reminiscent of a Chicago deep dish. They make their dough fresh every morning. This pizza place is the perfect combination of a local bar and a family dining spot, meaning it has something for everyone – whether you are looking for happy hour or a place for everyone to get together for dinner. Happy hour is every day from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Cascade Pizza also offers free Wi-Fi and delivers to the Sedro-Woolley, Clear Lake and Burlington areas.
Railroad Pub & Pizza
122 S Spruce Street, Burlington
Friday – Saturday: 11:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Sunday – Thursday: 11:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Railroad Pub & Pizza of Burlington provides a great atmosphere for anyone. They have a bar area complete with a large, flat screen TV, a game area, as well as restaurant-style seating for families. Their inspired menu has a range of fun names and pizza topping ideas. Railroad Pub & Pizza crust is made from 24-hour aged dough and Skagit Valley malt for sweetening before going in to their wood-fired brick oven. Fun fact about this local pizza joint is that the tables are made by one of the local high school’s wood shop. Of course, this place is also a pub, so check them out during happy hour, on weekdays from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Jet City Pizza
2323 E Section Street, Mount Vernon
Saturday – Sunday: 11:00 a.m. – 11:00 p.m.
Monday – Friday: 3:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Jet City Pizza, in Mount Vernon, has five other establishments in Newcastle, Cathcart/Clearview, Wedgewood, Lynnwood/Kenmore, Marysville, and Mount Vernon. Jet City Pizza has expanded north of Seattle using a signature micro-beer-battered crust, which clearly goes over well with the local population. They are not a sit-down restaurant, so order your pizza to go or for delivery. Jet City Pizza offers a diverse menu ranging from hot oven grinders, pasta, chicken wings, salad and of course, pizza.
606 S First Street, Mount Vernon
Monday – Saturday: 11:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Sunday: 12:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Pacioni’s Pizza in Mount Vernon boasts the title of being voted the “best pizza” in Skagit Valley. An oven-baked Neapolitan-style crust and mostly locally-sourced ingredients contribute to Pacioni’s outstanding reputation. They are tucked in historic downtown Mount Vernon a block away from the wild and scenic Skagit River, a beautiful location. Their menu has a variety of classic Italian cuisine to choose from in case someone in your group is not feeling like a pizza pie.
807 Commercial Avenue, Annacortes
Monday – Sunday: 11:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Village Pizza in Anacortes makes their dough fresh every morning. With a fun, localized menu with pizza names like The Village Idiot, also known as the meat lover’s favorite, The Captain’s Favorite, with slightly less meat than The Village Idiot, and The Old Town, which advertises “comfort food on a crust,” Village Pizza is a local hot spot any night of the week. You walk up to the counter to place your order, but don’t worry they’re prepared for you and all your friends as they have plenty of seating. They’ve made maximum usage of their space to accommodate hungry pizza lovers. Additionally, they have their very own connected bar area, known as The Wheelhouse Bar. The Wheelhouse Bar adjoins Village Pizza complete with a full bar and even more seating for you and all your friends. Village Pizza also delivers for your convenience.