Mozzeria San Francisco has closed just under a month away from its 9th anniversary. The San Francisco location will continue serving the community through our food truck.
We asked Mozzeria, a newly opened Deaf-owned, Deaf-led pizza shop in Washington, DC, about being innovative during a pandemic.
Watch an episode of ReOpen featuring Mozzeria D.C. ReOpen is a docuseries that features restaurants who have navigated the Coronavirus Pandemic.
Upon walking into H Street’s Mozzeria, you’re most likely to be drawn to their pizza oven. The larger-than-average oven clocks in at around 12,000 pounds and is emblazoned with the name of the District by way of the Bay Area spot.
The heart of [Mozzeria’s] design, and in fact the entire operation, is Mozzeria’s wood-burning pizza oven. In addition to the drama of having a live fire, this piece stands out through the chain’s logo, which has been added to the unit through a tile mosaic.
Voice of America featured Mozzeria and our efforts to create Deaf jobs. Take a look at their recent story!
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.