White Center restaurants: Proletariat Pizza expands into space next door
White Center’s wildly popular Proletariat Pizza is expanding – into the former tattoo-shop space next door. That means more room for sit-down dining, including a long space that could accommodate bigger groups, like youth-sports team parties. And there’s a quiet space off to the side intended as an adults-only area. The work isn’t done yet, note proprietors Stefanie and Mike Albaeck, so what you see in our photo is not the final look, nor the final table/chairs setup – it was just this past Monday that they knocked out a few walls to connect the spaces. But they’re expecting the expanded space to be at least partly usable, with temporary tables, tomorrow (Thursday) night when Proletariat takes part in Dining Out for Life, so stop by and take a peek. Proletariat’s been open 3 1/2 years now, at 9622 16th SW; in the mornings and early afternoons, the space is home to Caffé Delia.
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April 25th, 2013 at 12:19 am
I have a hat that says proletariat pizza but ironically I’ve never been there. And it’s within walking distance of my house. I should go there
April 25th, 2013 at 11:55 am
This is happy news! I’m glad business is good and that waiting times at peak hours may be shorter.
April 29th, 2013 at 9:48 pm
Congratulations,Stephanie and Mike, on your successful venture. Best of luck in your next set of possibilities.