Progress at RedRocks Pizzeria

by Prince Of Petworth June 11, 2007 at 8:41 pm 7 Comments

RedRocks Pizzeria sign, originally uploaded by Prince of Petworth.

Well, the sign has gone up and it looks awesome. Now it is important that when you say Pizzeria you pronounce it “Pitz-ah-ree-ah”, it has a real nice ring to it when you say it that way. I’ve sent out some feelers to my sources to find out when it will finally open but then I realized that I don’t have sources. Sorry, I’ve been drinking. Anyway, it looks great and I can’t wait to dig into that first piece of pitzah.

  • Daniel

    Oh, I thought it was already open. Regardless, when it does open, hopefully it will be a good post-Wonderland/Temperance Hall stop.

  • Karen

    What’s the address? So I can go cruise it and be ready the moment it DOES open. (Not that I am putting down Pizza Boli’s the one pizza place that delivers to our address. . . for which I am grateful.)

  • Prince of Petworth

    Karen, It is at the corner of 11th and Park, NW.

  • Libby

    I’m curious about the pizza place opening at Georgia and Delafield – the name is something like Moroni Brothers Pizza. Any idea who the owners are and when it’s due to open?

  • Prince of Petworth

    That one’s new to me, I’ll have to check it out.

  • Anonymous

    Rumor has it, from the owner, that the grand opening of RedRocks is this Thursday (July 12).

  • Anonymous

    I ate at Red Rocks Weds. night as part of its preopening.

    The food is fabulous. The pizzas are wood-fired in a specially built oven. They come with a wide array of toppings, and are sized for about two people to share, along with a salad or appetizer. (The mixed greens salad was very, very good.)

    Red Rocks has a great selection of beer and wine including my favorite, Abita Turbo Dog!

    The space itself is very cool. There is seating on the main floor, upstairs, and also patio seating out front.

    Anyway, its official opening is tonight (Thurs.). I hope you can stop by and try it out.


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