Meet the restaurateurs increasing opportunities for deaf people and serving up delicious, authentic wood-fired Neapolitan pizzas in San Francisco and Washington, D.C.
Some say food is a universal language. That’s certainly true for Jeff Perri, the manager of Mozzeria Pizza in Washington D.C.
Branches of two giant corporations and a local restaurant are all cleverly designed to serve the large, local deaf community.
A pizzeria in the Mission District of San Francisco is switching business gears after closing and re-emerging as a food truck.
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.