PoP Preview – Piola Pizzeria Opening Monday at 2208 14th St, NW

2208 14th Street, NW

In early April we took a peek in the window of Piola Pizzeria coming to 2208 14th St, NW (just north of W.) Having stopped inside, that hardly did this incredible renovation any justice. They open to the public Monday but in the meantime you can see how great the space turned out:

second floor

Piola’s website says:

Piola’s cuisine is rigorously Italian: Simple and healthy. Piola’s pizza is thin-crust and well cooked, but above all, Piola’s pizza menu is very creative: the classic Italian pizzas are flanked by many other creations, all delicious and original.

But Piola is more, much more:

Piola opens its doors to culture, hosting film premieres, book and magazine events, art exhibitions and many other social and artistic activities.

You can see their Arlington menu here.

Lots more photos after the jump.

second floor back to front view

second floor outdoor roof deck



first floor

first floor mural

first floor front


first floor bar

You can tell how extensive these renovations were from this Sept. 2010 photo:


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