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November 4, 2010 at 4:24 PM

Serious Pie 2.0 comes to Amazon.com-ville

The Neapolitan pizza oven in Amazon.com’s new cafeteria is going to get some serious competition.

Seattle Met’s reporting that Tom Douglas is putting a second Serious Pie just around the corner, on the second floor of a spot at Westlake and Harrison, where he’s also setting up a second location for the Dahlia Bakery.

There’s a pizza multiplier effect going on in South Lake Union. Every five new office buildings, roughly, spawns a new pizza joint — Tutta Bella, Mad Pizza, Zaw.

I wonder if Douglas will offer a special SLUT pie, maybe a puttanesca?

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