Revolution Pizza Music – RPM

By Victoria
In Pacific Northwest
Sep 5th, 2017

As I was walking around Seattle today looking for a place to have lunch I stumbled upon this new pizza joint in Pioneer Square! It was great! From the superb service to the vintage music I was already impressed. I ordered 2 slices … how can you limit me to one choice? I got the margarita and pesto! Yes I said pesto! I didn’t ever think to put in on a pizza but now I sure will! Can we say YUM! I loved them but they were for sure different!

From what I understand they just opened last month and are still pretty new to the area. I can say that I will for sure be back! The pizza was delish, the service and atmosphere was what will keep me coming back!

More about them ….

RPM is a celebration of two great things, Pizza and Music. The music culture of Seattle is a special beast, a mixture of dark winter days, beautiful alpine vistas, the cold salty ocean and global influences create a sound you can’t find anywhere else. That “sound” has defined this region in the past and continues to do so today.

RPM was conceived by Harvey Ward Van Allen and Duffy De Armas to be a haven where local music, past and present, could be center stage in a neighborhood deeply rooted in the heritage of Seattle’s music scene. Good tunes paired with tasty slices and cold beer creates an instant classic, one that feels like it’s been here the whole time.

Harvey Ward Van Allen brought Casco Antiguo to Pioneer Square and now Tacoma, Duffy De Armas is one the owners of Electric Coffin and proprietor of the Piranha Shop event space.

“Our goal is to serve the best pizza in town, at an affordable price, available by the slice, and open late, as well as great pizza served up with the coldest beer in the neighborhood. We’ll have Salad and Wine too…

On top of great food and drinks, we will be supporting Seattle’s music culture through selling local records, hosting live music, and promoting bands through the restaurant.”




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