7 Best Pizza Options In DC


1. Pizzeria Paradiso


3282 M Street NW, Washington, District of Columbia 20007 | 2003 P Street NW, Washington, District of Columbia 20036 | 124 King Street, Alexandria, Virginia 22314
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They opened Pizzeria Paradiso so they could make the kind of pizza they longed for but couldn’t find in the DC area; the kind of pizza where the crust was the most important part.

So they started with a wood-burning, domed, stone oven able to cook at a temperature of 650 degrees. They also wanted their guests to feel like they were being treated to the warmth and comfort of a close friend’s home, so they placed the oven at the heart of the restaurant.

2. Matchbox Restaurant


713 H St. NW, Washington, DC 20001 | 521 8th St. SE, Washington, DC 20003 | 1901 14th St. NW, Washington, DC 20009
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What makes a great pizza? It starts with a great oven! Theirs is an authentic wood-fired masonry oven that has been burning constantly since the day they opened. Modern gas and electric ovens cannot produce the intense heat needed – over 800 degrees – to achieve the crispy, smoky pizza crust that their customers have come to know. With dough and toppings made fresh daily in-house, the goal is simple–to be known for serving the best pizza in DC!

3. We, The Pizza


305 Pennsylvania Ave SE, Washington, District of Columbia 20003
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“We” is powerful. “We” is strong. “We” is where “I” meets “you” and “us” meets “them” and change happens. “We” means togetherness, unity, peace and good will. “We” will never be alone. “We” is selfless, because there is no “self” in “we.” So why don’t “we” go grab some great pizza!

4. Ella’s Wood Fired Pizza


610 9th street NW (on 9th between F and G), Washington, District of Columbia 20004
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Ella’s features traditional, Neapolitan-style, thin crust pizza baked in a blistering-hot, wood-fired pizza oven. The result is a lightly crisp, nicely chewy crust with a hint of smoke which allows the full flavor of the quality toppings to emerge!

5. Pete’s New Haven Style Apizza


3017 Clarendon Boulevard (at N. Garfield) | 1400 Irving Street NW (at 14th Street) | 4940 Wisconsin Avenue NW (at Fessenden) | 962 Wayne Avenue (at Georgia Avenue)
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Pete’s New Haven Style Apizza is both a chef-driven Italian restaurant specializing in New Haven style pizza, and your neighborhood pizza & beer joint. They take as much pride in being locally-owned and committed to the neighborhoods they’ve chosen for their stores as they do in their culinary pedigree and locally-sourced, all natural ingredients.

6. FUEL Pizza


1606 K St NW, Washington, DC 20006 | 600 F St NW, Washington, DC 20004 | 2301-L Georgia Ave NW, Washington, D.C., Wash 20001
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Fresh ingredients on a foldable crust makes FUEL Pizza the REAL deal. Hard workers with a passion for the perfect pie, make up the scene here. REAL FOOD, giving their customers tasty and healthy options while building a healthier generation through the Field to Fork Program.

7. 7th Hill Pizza


327 Seventh St. SE, Washington, District of Columbia 20003
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A neighborhood Pizzeria with flair and passion…. With stones imported from France, their oven cooks perfection into pizza. Their specialty is a unique combination of fresh ingredients, superior quality, and great pedigree.

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