via SEYLOU Bakery
“Due to unexpected circumstances we are canceling pizza night tonight. The good news is that we will have pizza night tomorrow instead, this Friday, December 7th from 6pm-8pm.”
“Thursday evening 6pm-8pm PiZzA NiGhTs at SEYLOU.
Serving whole grain freshly milled pizza, focaccia, salad, specialty non alcoholic drinks and desserts.
Every Thursday evening from 6-8pm. (more…)
4850 Massachusetts Avenue, NW via Pizzeria Paradiso Spring Valley
From a press release:
“The fifth location of Pizzeria Paradiso will open for business on Monday, December 3 at 11:00 a.m. in Washington, DC’s Spring Valley neighborhood at 4850 Massachusetts Avenue, NW. Credited with introducing the Washington area to Neapolitan-style pizza more than 25 years ago, chef and owner Ruth Gresser’s latest outpost will boast a DC-centric beer and cider list from beverage director Drew McCormick. Eric Gronning of Gronning Architects designed the 179-seat restaurant including the largest outdoor space of all the pizzeria’s locations. (more…)
We spoke about Best Pizza in D.C. back in 2013 – man a lot has changed since then but a reader requests we talk specifically best pizza delivery this week. They are keen on learning of spots that deliver to Columbia Heights/Petworth but I’d be interested in general recs. So in the comments in addition to who your favorite is, please also let us know what neighborhood(s) they deliver to. I’m gonna be keeping a close on this list for personal reasons. Mmmm, pizza.
From an email:
“Stellina Pizzeria, an Italian street food and pizza concept opening soon in Union Market District, will pop-up with its mobile pizza oven on Neal Place this Saturday and Sunday starting at 11am to offer a first taste of several menu items. Dishes for sale include margherita and bianca pizza al portafoglio (whole Neapolitan-style pizzas folded and wrapped in paper for easy on-the-go eating) and fried artichokes served in paper cones called cuoppo. (more…)
The OG PP space soon to be ChiKo.
From an email:
“Pizzeria Paradiso’s fifth, and largest location will open in Spring Valley at 4850 Massachusetts Ave, NW in late November. Guests can expect the same great menu of Neapolitan pizzas, salads and appetizers made with high quality ingredients from chef/owner Ruth Gresser that’s available at all the other locations, in addition to 14 draft lines with mostly DC and local beers selected by beverage director Drew McCormick. (more…)
Thanks to Ron for sending: “Chicken Bacon Ranch Pizza! From Basset’s Restaurant in Poolesville, MD. I did not try this delicacy, unfortunately.”
Ed. Note: We are almost three years to the day since one of the most legendary ‘Dear PoPville’ notes ever submitted: “They had Chicken Ranch pizza on the shelf — but with NO BACON”.
1817 7th Street, NW photo by Shaughn Cooper
Thanks to all who’ve been emailing and messaging us updates about the old Uprising Muffin space.
“Broccoli Bar is a place to gather.
A place to share ideas. To inspire change.
For those interested in not just change, but in crafting that change.
A place to eat. A place to drink. A place to think.
Broccoli Bar is no one thing. It’s not for any one people. Not for the like minded or the short sighted. It’s not a defined space, because you haven’t defined it yet.
Broccoli Bar is a Broccoli City and &pizza joint.”
From Broccoli Bar:
“Opening to the public 10/26, Broccoli Bar is a joint &pizza/Broccoli City collaborative bar venue in Shaw that will serve as a gathering place to bring people together over ideas, cocktails, good music and pizza.
photo by Shaughn Cooper
The bar menu features an &pizza counter where guests can choose from &pizza’s classic “Hits,” breakfast pies, and an exclusive Broccoli Bar pie – Mad Cheddar, &pizza’s take on a broccoli cheddar soup pie featuring shredded cheddar, mozzarella and broccoli atop a cheddar beer sauce.
The space will also host a range of monthly programming, free of cost, for the local community including: (more…)
701 Kennedy Street, NW back in June 2017 when we first heard about the plans.
Thanks to Jeff for sending word on the new liquor license placard posted at Rotonda:
“New Tavern serving pizza. Sidewalk Café with 42 seats. Total Occupancy Load is 49 with seating for 35.”
STAY TUNED for an opening date.