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Boozy Slushies Arrive at the U District’s Throwback Pizzeria

Supreme finally has its liquor license, which means boozy slushies — and dinner

Supreme in the U District now serves boozy slushies.
Supreme

After about a month of serving lunch only, Supreme pizzeria finally added dinner and late night hours at its new location in the University District. The restaurant also received its liquor license, so the boozy slushies — one of the place’s signature drinks — are officially flowing.

West Seattle’s fantastic throwback pizzeria opened in the original home of Pagliacci, at 4529 University Ave. NE last month. The plan was to serve lunch only until the liquor license came through. Now that the license is in hand, owner Mark Fuller (who also owns Hawaiian-themed Ma’Ono) has expanded the hours until 2 a.m. and turned on the slushy machines. There’s still an all-ages section in the front of the restaurant, unlike the West Seattle location’s 21-and-up policy.

Supreme’s menu revolves around huge, thin, sort-of New York-style crust with toppings like pepperoni, Italian sausage, and mushrooms on red or white sauces. And they all go down well with the pizzeria’s well-loved slushies, which includes concoctions like the Supreme-Sicle (whipped cream vodka with orange liqueur and passion fruit puree). Meanwhile, Supreme’s whole pies and slices, and simple sides — stellar garlic knots, Caesar and chop salad, and lemon-pepper wings — have all made the transition to the U District.

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