A bit about Flying Squirrel Pizza Co.

Flying Squirrel Pizza Co. opened its doors for business on Friday October 24th, 2008. This is a true neighborhood joint, which the chef/owner remodeled himself (and the help of some great friends and family) to ensure that his casual yet funky vision would be achieved. Since 2008 we have opened up yet another location in Ballard, and a third location in Maple Leaf late summer of 2011!
Flying Squirrel Pizza serves amazing pizzas using the freshest, highest quality, organic when possible, local ingredients, including meats from Zoe's Meats, Salumi Artisan Cured Meats, locally farmed vegetables when available, coffee from Stumptown Coffee Roasters, and ice cream from Full Tilt Ice Cream.  The dough and sauce are made fresh on a daily basis. The pork and chicken sausage are also made in-house…the pork made with hormone-free pork raised in Idaho, the chicken hormone-free from Draper Farms in Mount Vernon, WA.

Here's a little bit more about our great local food friends who help craft your Flying Squirrel Pizza experience:
Zoe's Meats
In February of 2007, George Gavros and Charlie Hertz realized their dream by creating Zoe's Meats. Zoe's Meats are abundantly flavorful, superior quality cured-meat products, but what we seek to deliver is much more than that. Our vision is to provide our families and yours better food options through an environmentally and community friendly company.
Salumi Artisan Cured Meats
Started by Armandina Batali, and now run by Daughter Gina Batali and her husband Brian, Salumi is now a Seattle cured meat landmark. Their mission is to provide customers with unique artisan cured meats that are full of flavor and that challenge your traditional view of Salami and cured meats.
Stumptown Coffee
Stumptown Coffee Roasters is dedicated to providing the freshest, most unique coffees in the world, roasted by hand in small batches. Believing in the social, environmental, and economic benefits of sustainable business leads Stumptown to not only support coffee farms that are committed to the well being of their workers, land, and water, it also compels us to be a sustainable business in our own community.
Snoqualmie Ice Cream
The ingredients used in Snoqualmie Ice Cream are homegrown or local whenever possible. The milk and cream come from a single farm near the Canadian border, from the same group of cows run by a farmer who has never used hormones. They’ve even built a small farm right next to their café, growing more of their own ingredients – everything from blackberries and lavender to honey bees and a large chicken coop for all the eggs. Enjoy your pizza and thank you for coming in!
Enjoy your pizza and thank you for coming in!

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