3282 M Street NW
Mon to Thu 11h30 to 23h00 - Fri & Sat 11h30 to 24h00 - Sun 12h00 to 22h00
202 337 1245
We opened Pizzeria Paradiso so we could make the kind of pizza we longed for but couldn’t find in the DC area; the kind of pizza where the crust was the most important part.
So we started with a wood-burning, domed, stone oven able to cook at a temperature of 650 degrees. We also wanted our guests to feel like they were being treated to the warmth and comfort of a close friend’s home, so we placed the oven at the heart of the restaurant.
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