Want More Pizza?


Moroni and bros pizza, originally uploaded by Prince of Petworth.

Moroni & Brother’s Restaurant is located at 4811 Georgia Ave. NW . You can see from the picture that the have a brick oven which makes the pizza out of this world. But I have to tell you that I found the menu to be a little confusing. It was odd to see the pizza and the Central American dishes, it seemed as though the restaurant wasn’t quite sure whether it wanted to be a Pizzeria or a Central American restaurant. I suppose if they do both well, than all the better. It pains me to say this but I was a little disappointed. Now, don’t get me wrong, the pizza was great. But if I’m going to get pizza I’m still going to Red Rocks. And if I want a Central American theme I’m still going to El Limeno or El Torgoraz. You can kind of tell from the picture but this place is very spartan and it just didn’t feel very relaxing. The server was super nice and I really wish them well. But for me, when you consider the whole package, Red Rocks is far superior. But that is just me, you should check it out for yourselves. As I live about equidistant from both joints I’m choosing Red Rocks. What do you think? Can both these restaurants survive? I think there is enough distance between them that they should be ok.

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