After years of a successful restaurant on wheels, husband-and-wife team Seth and Laura Carey decided it was time to find a permanent restaurant location in which to serve their delicious wood-fired pizzas, and they found that in Spokane’s Kendall Yards. Veraci Pizza opened its doors to the neighborhood in 2014, and they’ve been satisfying diners since day one.
At Veraci, they fire up their gourmet pizzas using apple wood from Yakima Valley in oven temperatures around 1000 degrees, and pizzas are cooked in less than two minutes!
The menu consists of more than just wood-fired thin-crust pizza, with vegetarian and gluten-free options available. Choose from a variety of appetizers, salads and desserts. House specials are rotated every two weeks, and various menu changes are made seasonally, incorporating seasonal items purchased from local farmers markets. The six rotating draft beers—often from local breweries—as well as the wide selection of bottled beer and wine are a perfect match with the cuisine.
The family friendly casual space is perfect for big sports fans, as there’s always a game on one of their TVs. From prom groups and sports enthusiasts to concert goers, couples and families, Veraci caters to all.
Veraci is housed in a prime location for tourists and visitors to enjoy the outdoors and stop in for a bite. “Having the Centennial Trail right behind our business really adds to the environment and allows runners, bikers and walkers immediate access and creates a feeling of connection with the community,” says Laura. “We also have free 90-minute street parking and one hour of free parking in the parking lot across the street, which allows for a quick stop in or a long meal with friends. Dining while overlooking the city and the river is always enticing!”
Stop by Veraci Pizza, and you will see that Kendall Yards has a vibe unlike any neighborhood in the area. “There is truly something special that is happening here,” Laura says.
1333 W. Summit Pkwy