Montmartre and 7th Hill Pizza Permanently Closed near Eastern Market

327 7th Street, SE.

Well this is crushing. Thanks to all who messaged us about 7th Hill and Montmartre. The Hill is Home with a particularly sad quote:

“When I asked him [chef/owner Stephane Lezla] whether he’d like to reopen somewhere else, he is categorical in saying that he is done: “I still have to process all this.

When you go out to eat you want to relax and you don’t want to be twitching when someone sneezes behind you.” While he is aware that other businesses are making it work and even opening while we are in this situation, he does not want to take that risk until a more workable model for restaurants presents itself.”

Ed. Note: Also, of note, the owners are not blaming their landlord.

RIP to two great spots.

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