The Pizzeria Paradiso talents catch the personalized-pizza wave with this Dupont Circle addition, offering custom and "curated" signature pies ...
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Veloce comes out on top for its legit crust and high-quality toppings; it may remind you of the pies at Pizzeria Paradiso, whose owner, Ruth Gresser, is also the founder of Veloce.
Veloce, the fast-casual pizza spot in Northwest D.C., opened this week with an unusual offering: breakfast pizza. And as you might expect, that means it’s open earlier than most pizza establishments.
The world will always have room for more pizza. Today is the perfect day to celebrate a new pizza joint in D.C. because May the 4th is a high holiday for pizza.
Ruth Gresser moves at a deliberate pace. “Obviously, I do things slowly,” said the owner of Pizzeria Paradiso. “It’s been 23 years, and I only have three restaurants.”
Perhaps the worst part about ordering pizza at a restaurant is the 10 to 20 minute wait between the time you place your order and the time you take that first bite. But this spring, that torturous delay will no longer be an issue.