Piola Launching “No Limit” Pizza Brunch this Saturday

2208 14th Street, NW

From a press release:

Piola, which specializes in Italian-style thin-crust pizza, will premiere its “No Limit” Pizza Brunch this Saturday, August 17 from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. In addition to unlimited wood-fired pies, brunch-goers can also opt to add bottomless sparkling drinks and sangria.

Brunch offerings at the 14th Street restaurant, which opened to the public in June, currently include over 10 pies that range from classic Italian combinations like the Capricciosa (tomato sauce, mozzarella, ham, artichoke and mushrooms) to international varieties such as the Breakfast in Beirut (“zaatar” and olive oil, served with “labneh,” olives, tomatoes, cucumbers and fresh mint) and plays on traditional brunch fare like the Cancun (tomato sauce, mozzarella, onions, smoked salmon, cream cheese and capers). Those looking for something stronger than coffee can indulge in unlimited sangria and sparkling drinks like bellinis, house-squeezed orange juice mimosas, rossinis and Aperol Spritz – a classic Venetian cocktail made with orange liqueur.

Brunch will be served Saturdays and Sundays from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. Guests can enjoy unlimited pizza for $15.95 ($7.95 for kids) and add bottomless sangria and sparkling drinks for an additional $15.”

11 Comment

  • Question: Are the chain restaurant haters as outraged by this place as they are by other chains on different parts of 14th St?

    • +5 , you won’t hear a peep from anyone. “It’s not a chain if nobody knows it’s a chain” eg. 100 Montaditos or Mellow Mushroom.

  • jim_ed

    The owners better hope this idea doesn’t make customers Say Ughhhh nah nah nah nah.

  • Seems like a reasonable deal to me.

  • I like Piola. It doesn’t seem to have a lot business yet. Hopefully it sticks around.

    • Clearly you have never been there on Thurs-Sat nights or during any happy hour.

      It’s a**holes to elbows, standing room only with bumping music.

      We avoid going there just because it is TOO crowded so I don’t know when you visited.

  • Why do you have zaatar and labneh in quotation marks? They’re real foods, just like “mozzarella” and “mushrooms.”

  • Will this deal be available at their Rosslyn location too?

  • Thanks for all your comments. This deal is only available in DC for now but soon in Arlington too. No idea why Labneh and Zaatar are in quotes – we did it this way because they are not common ingredients as Mozzarella and mushroom. We hope to see you all for at Piola

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