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  • plkm

    Is it just me or is the name Pidzza unappealing? Is this referencing something and I just don’t get it?

    • Truxton Thomas

      Turkish pide.

      • GBinCH

        Thanks! I was wondering about this myself.

    • MsSunshine

      As appealing as Ampersand Pizza.

    • Anon

      Pidzza is dangerously close to a certain word in the Russian language that roughly translates to “c*nt”.

      • Truxton Thomas

        Turkish-Russo relations have long been strained.

  • obviously

    yes.

  • You Street

    Thank God there’s finally a place to get pizza on U street!

    • jaybird

      If its good, that’s good.

      • Bryan

        To me it looks exactly like &Pizza. And will probably taste similarly. If you consider that “good pizza” then I am sure you will be fine.

        • jaybird

          There is only one way to find out.

      • FridayGirl

        I think YouStreet was being sarcastic. Perhaps I’m overlooking your sarcasm back though?

        • jaybird

          I get the sarcasm as well. I was being sincere. I haven’t tried it and can see from the picture that it is probably cooked on one of the trays a la &pizza but I’ll wait to judge.

    • Michael Pierce

      I am also finding it difficult to understand the excitement and anticipation surrounding this place.

      • Anon

        I really don’t think that there’s any.

  • Brian

    Here now. Not open

    • FridayGirl

      hahaha omg really? too funny.

  • dcred

    This is at least the 3rd post promoting this arbitrary u st pizza place and it hasn’t even opened yet. Is the Prince an investor or something? Perhaps Maddow can do some digging for us

    • FridayGirl

      He posts several times about a lot of things (although I am waiting on a TaKorean update, PoP!)

  • PoPville_Wrangler

    Address in above caption s/b 1115c U Street, NW

  • Confused

    I went here around 7pm last nigh….lights were all on, but no one was inside and the doors were locked.

  • Sully

    Pidzza has a very strong aftertaste and smell to it due to the herbs and meat they use. You will smell like a kabob for at least two days.

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