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Italy-Approved Pizza at 2Amys in Washington, DC

January 22, 2014

WASHINGTON, DC, US – Ah, Naples. Peaceful piazzas, the sunny Mediterranean, and a taste that’s worth traveling around the world for: wood-fired pizzas. Naples is recognized as the birthplace of pizza, and the delicious pies are such a delicacy that they’re actually “protected” by the Italian government with D.O.C. (Denominazione… (more)
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A Stellar Post-Collegiate Scene at Comet Ping Pong in Washington, DC

January 14, 2014

WASHINGTON, DC, US – Most post-grads would agree that since graduation and the days of frat houses and beer pong, social events in the professional world look and feel remarkably different. Nevertheless, it’s still possible to find a sophisticated version of the collegiate party scene in Washington, DC at places… (more)
Pizzeria Paradiso in Washington, DC
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Friday Finds: A Slice of Heaven

August 2, 2013

From the deep-dish pizzas of Chicago to the colossal slices of New York, it’s safe to say individual preferences for pies vary around the country. And just when you think you’ve tried them all, think again; as new tastes, cravings, and trends take over, new styles emerge, like the below… (more)
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History in the baking at A Slice of Brooklyn Pizza Tour

April 8, 2013

NEW YORK CITY, USA – In the borough of Brooklyn, a freshly baked pizza isn’t only a cheap-’n'-tasty meal−it’s also a canvas of history. The famous combination of thin crust, rich tomato sauce, fresh mozzarella, and toppings was brought by the waves of Italian immigrants who settled in New York,… (more)
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Pizza al Fresco in Palm Beach plays to its strengths

December 30, 2012

PALM BEACH, USA – There’s a time and a place for clever restaurant names (A Salt & Battery, Flaky Tart, or Wok n’ Roll, anyone?), and then there’s a time for a name that just cuts to the chase. Hello, Pizza al Fresco. In case you hadn’t already guessed, this… (more)