Who doesn’t love a good slice of pizza loaded with toppings? Even pizza with just cheese sounds excellent if prepared the proper way.
While there are plenty of places to enjoy pizza in Washington, D.C., these spots stand out from the rest.The Washington Post has ranked it as one of the top pizza places in the city, and the dinner crowds speak for themselves. Here, the main ingredient is the sauce. The menu features red pizzas, green pizzas, and white pizzas. They use mostly organic and local ingredients to serve you the best-possible quality product. The margarita pizza is perfect for anyone who enjoys a classic, but if you’re feeling a little more adventurou,s go for The Henry or Turu in the white section. You can also find some small plates and salads to go with your pizza entrée. [caption id="attachment_6688" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Courtesy of bonappetit.com/[/caption] According to the restaurant,
“We were the first D.O.C. certified pizzeria in the Washington, D.C. area. Since then, we have served tens of thousands of screaming children and their parents, with an ever-expanding menu of wood-fired pizza, house-cured meats, salads, farm/sometimes fresh vegetables, and the most extensive selection of salt-cured anchovies on the East Coast. We have a wide selection of Southern Italian wines, as well as wines on tap made just for us by one of California's most talented winemakers.”It was also ranked as one of the best pizza joints in Washington, D.C., by the Washington Post. You cannot go wrong with the Marinera D.O.C (tomato, garlic, oregano) or the Margherita Extra D.O.C (Mozzarella di bufala, basil, cherry tomatoes). If you want something with a little bit more, try the stuffed pizza like the Ripieno Extra (ricotta, grana, salami, prosciutto, pancetta, tomato). [caption id="attachment_6689" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Courtesy of http://slice.seriouseats.com[/caption]
dinner menu showcases such pizzas as the Figura (fig jam, prosciutto, blue cheese, and arugula) and Olive E Carciofi (nostralina olives, artichokes, sundried tomatoes, smoked mozzarella, basil, garlic, peperoncino, grana padano). It’s worth it to come for happy hour for $10 pizzas. Try the Napoli (tomato sauce, mozzarella, anchovies, capers, oregano, garlic, pepperoncino) for a really savory taste. [caption id="attachment_6690" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Courtesy of opentable.com[/caption] here. [caption id="attachment_6691" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Courtesy of dc.eater.com[/caption] Have you been to any of these pizza places in D.C? Let us know what you thought in the comments below!