Tuesday, June 12, 2012
The Georgetown location is at 1641 Wisconsin Ave. NW
Manny & Olgas, the purveyor of pizza, subs, wings and more, will add four new locations in the DC area, according to the Washington City Paper. The fast food carry-out and delivery restaurant has 10 area locations already, including the brightly painted basement storefront at 1641 Wisconsin Ave. NW in Georgetown. The new locations will be in College Park, Rockville, Brookland, and H Street.
Sunday, February 27, 2011
Crowds flocked to Wisconsin Ave. for a taste of real home made pizza.
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Sunday, February 27, 2011
Lines lagged down Wisconsin Avenue for the the grand opening of HomeMade Pizza Co. The bake-at-home pizza shop held a three day promotional launch, where they offered crowds loads of fresh pizza samples and salads. The company specializes all-natural and fresh ingredients. You choose your toppings and cook it home when the time is right. Check out our video to see what neighbors had to say about the grand opening and, of course, the pizza.
Friday, December 3, 2010
A visit to a true Napoli-style Ristorante and Pizzeria Napoletana in the heart of Georgetown.
A friend and I recently took a recommendation and tried Il Canale Ristorante and Pizzeria Napoletana at 1063 31st St. Naples-style Italian food focuses on the culinary creation that originates from Naples: pizza. With great ambiance, great wine and delicious food, Il Canale will not disappoint. Napoli pizza features a softer rather than thicker crust and is cooked in a wood burning oven. The signature Napoli pizza is undoubtedly Pizza Margherita, named after Queen Margherita of Savoy—only a distant relation to me—in honor of her 1889 visit to Naples. For a restaurant to be certified as a true Napoli style pizzeria, it is inspected and certified by the Association of "Versace Pizza Napoletana" of Italy, according to manager Vittorio …
Friday, October 1, 2010
There's always something to do in Georgetown. Here are my top picks for the weekend.
With the rain gone and a nip in the air, time to slip into fall and slow it down a little this weekend. Friday, Oct. 1, indulge in two of my biggest guilty pleasures, pizza and beer. Not just any pizza and beer. Oven fresh pizza that costs a pretty penny more than your average delivery service and seasonal beer made for true snobs. Head to Pizzeria Paradiso for the beginning of Autumn Fest 2010. The restaurant will tap Oktoberfest, Pumpkin and other seasonal beers and ciders at all locations. They are also offering what sounds like the perfect sweater weather pizza: Pumpkin Pesto, Pancetta and Parmesan Pizza. Because no good beer should go unnamed, you'll find each of the following brews as supplies last in Georgetown: Avery Kaiser, Bells …