Range isn't all about meat. It's got good pizza covered, too.
Eater DC reported that the restaurant's pizza chef is Edan MacQuaid, "who most recently made pies at Local 16 [1602 U St. NW, Washington, DC] and has worked in just about every popular pizza joint in town," Eater DC added.
"An Eater writer spotted the cook at [Range] ... over the weekend and confirmed the move," Eater DC added.
At Range, the pizza dough (like the other breads served at the restaurant) is made in-house, chefs told Chevy Chase Patch.
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Before Local 16, MacQuaid made pizza at Graffiato, Pizzeria Orso, Red Rocks, Ardeo + Bardeo, 2Amys and Pizzeria Paradiso, The Post reported. After being laid off by Local 16, MacQuaid was optimistic, telling The Post in November that "I like making pizza. It seems like there are a lot of pizzerias."
Range is celebrity chef Bryan Voltaggio's newest restaurant, and is located inside the recently renovated Chevy Chase Pavilion, at the intersection of Wisconsin and Western avenues in Friendship Heights.
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