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Very high up on my eagerly anticipated openings!! Our last update was almost a year ago when we they posted their liquor license placard:

“A fast food casual and café style restaurant with bar which shall serve pizza and Italian food with 94 seats and total occupancy load of 125. Sidewalk Café with 16 seats.”

Now they’re almost ready and hiring. They’re located right next door to Espita Mezcaleria who opened last month at 9th and N St, NW. Stay tuned for an exact opening date for All Purpose Pizzeria soon.

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1250 9th Street, NW

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2221 14th Street, NW

From an email:

Pizzeria Vetri D.C.
June 2016

Marc Vetri and his team are excited to open the 4th location of Pizzeria Vetri, dedicated to the fine art of authentic Italian pizza making, in Washington, D.C. this June. After successfully opening 2 locations in Vetri’s home base of Philadelphia, along with their latest location in Austin, Texas, Pizzeria Vetri D.C will feature an expansive selection of seasonal, wood-fired pies in a casual, comfortable setting. From the classic Margherita and rotating Pizza al Taglio, to cult favorites like the Rotolo, a crispy pinwheel of pizza dough filled with ricotta and mortadella topped with pistachio pesto, fresh salads and dolci offerings, all ingredients are made in house daily using only the finest ingredients. James Beard Award-winning Chef Marc Vetri and his team are excited to bring the latest iteration of Pizzeria Vetri to the nation’s capital this summer.”

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809 Upshur Street, NW

Slowly, slowly but progress continues for Timber Pizza’s permanent brick and mortar spot on Upshur Street. The placard says:

“A new “C” class restaurant serving wood-fired pizza, salad and side dishes with 37 seats and a Total Occupancy Load of 42.”

Stay tuned for more updates here – and all the other good stuff coming to Upshur.

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Washington Business Journal reports that it’ll be a Pie 360:

“The Baltimore-based pizza joint will seat seven on the first floor, six on the mezzanine, 16 on the second floor and 20 in an outdoor cafe.”

Their website says:

“Pie 360 was created to serve delicious food with all fresh ingredients in a fast casual atmosphere. Using the experience & recipes from our Coal Fire Restaurants, we will be able to bring our aged dough, three uniquely flavorful sauces & top it off with our mozzarella cheese made in house daily. We hope you will enjoy the experience of building your personal pizza & salad or choosing from one of our newly created panini’s.”

Check out their menu here.

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They’ll be located right next door to Shouk the Fast Casual Mediterranean spot coming in the spring.

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1375 Kenyon Street, NW courtesy Lauren

Here’s where the &pizza is coming to in Columbia Heights – it’s the former 826 DC space, which moved to the Tivoli in November. The liquor license placard for &pizza says:

“New Restaurant to prepare and sell pizza and pizza products. Total Occupancy Load is 46. Sidewalk Café with 32 seats.”

Hours are listed as Sunday through Thursday 7 am – 2 am, Friday and Saturday 7 am – 4 am. Stay tuned for an opening date.

Also standby for Pizza D’Oro‘s opening date further up 14th Street.

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1025 H Street, NE via google maps

Big pizza news from the Washington Business Journal this morning:

“Funky New York pizza chain Two Boots is headed to D.C., with its first area location planned for H Street NE. The pizzeria, which offers a fusion of New Orleans and Italian fare, aims to open in May at 1025 H St. NE”

Check out their pizzas here and their backstory here: