Pizza is not just for ovens anymore. The grill is a great place to do pizza because you get nice grate marks on the dough that adds a nice touch as the grill actually cooks […]
These restaurants know that when it comes to gooey cheese, hearty meats and vibrant veggies on a sauce-covered crust, brick-oven style is the best way to enjoy pizza.
These Italian delis are staying traditional with low-key shops serving up the best sandwiches in town.
Nothing satisfies the senses quite like low lighting, luscious red wine, creamy tiramisu and delicious, steaming pasta smothered in savory sauces and fragrant cheeses. Find all of this and more at the best Italian restaurants in D.C.
Whether wood- or coal-fired, whether topped with a litany of meats or served in simple cheese-and-tomato glory, pizza is one of the capital’s favorite dishes, and D.C. doesn’t skimp on the good stuff. Check out Matchbox, Seventh Hill and Two Amys for the best in D.C. pizza.