We sat at the bar (which usually almost guarantees great service), and while heading through another part of the dining room to get to the bathroom, I passed the pizza making station, where the chef was prepping and throwing dough in the air.
The wood stone oven which produced our perfect pizza below.
Proscuitto Arugula, $8 (non-happy hour price: $15): Piled high with fresh arugula over thick cheese, the toppings were great, but the standout was definitely the crust. Slightly crispy with a soft and chewy inside, it was obvious that it had been made with care and some sort of fire oven.
The pizza was perfect for 2 to share, and I later asked the server what the size difference between the happy hour pizza and regular menu pizza was. He said they were the same. What a steal! Almost half off during happy hour. A great option for affordable food in Dupont Circle.
2121 P St NW
Washington, DC 20037
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