Updated: We have more information about Tuscan Stone Wood Fired Pizza, whose sign caught our eye last Friday at 8th Ave NW and NW Leary.
Bruce Martin, the owner of the wood-fired pizza “experience” tells us that this is a permanent trailer that will be parked at that location. “We have spent two years investigating the Pizza business. We have created what we feel is perhaps one of the best pizzas Washington has ever experienced,” Martin tells us. “The secret is in the fresh thin crust, quality fresh ingredients, Eastern Washington apple wood branches and our own 4000 lb. ovens.”
Once open at this location, which may be as early as next month, they will be open seven days a week from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. “This allows the public to be able to count on us being opened specific hours,” he says. “Too many concessions keep very irregular hours and in the long run hurt their business as everyone has too much on their minds to remember.”
This will be their fourth location. They are currently in Bellevue and Issaquah and will soon open in Woodinville.
Earlier:It seems that the Eastside pizzaria, Tuscan Stone Wood Fired Pizza, may be heading to Ballard.
A new sign has popped up at the intersection of Leary Ave NW and 8th Ave NW, near the Fred Meyer. The bright red sign says “Tuscan Stone Wood Fired Pizza; Coming Soon!; and lists its website.”
According to their website, Tuscan Stone has one pizzeria in old Bellevue at the corner of Bellevue Way and Main Street. We have an email into Tuscan Stone and will update this post when we hear details.