With two Neapolitan pizza ovens (lovingly called “the doppio beasts”) stoked with wood and training from the Associazione Verace Pizza Napoletana of Naples, Italy, Mozzeria has become DC’s most Italian pizzeria yet.
When customers first walk through the doors of Mozzeria, they are greeted by a massive, double wood-burning oven, handmade in Naples, Italy.
Restaurateurs Melody and Russ Stein, founders of San Francisco-based Neapolitan-style pizzeria Mozzeria, met as students at Gallaudet University in 1995.
Alex from The Daily Moth interviews Ryan Maliszewski, CEO of Mozzeria, about Mozzeria DC’s soft opening.
There are less than 500 known Deaf businesses in the country. Mozzeria CEO Ryan Maliszewski says Washington, D.C. is home to the largest Deaf population per capita in the world.
Mozzeria, a deaf-owned and operated pizzeria, is located on 1300 H St. NE, down the street from Gallaudet University.
Mozzeria, a Deaf-owned and operated Neapolitan pizzeria based in San Francisco, opens its second location Friday, September 4, 2020, on H Street Northeast.
Mozzeria, a completely Deaf-owned and operated pizzeria, is coming to H Street Corridor. News4’s Tommy McFly speaks with the owners who hope new customers walk away with a cultural experience that is both educational and delicious.
Mozzeria, a Neapolitan-style pizzeria, is opening its doors to customers Friday, making it the first Deaf-owned and Deaf-led business on D.C.’s H street corridor in more than 150 years.