Mozzeria, a Neapolitan-style pizzeria from San Francisco that’s run entirely by deaf or hard-of-hearing workers, opens a new D.C. outpost tomorrow on H Street NE.
It is the first of its kind in Washington, D.C. A brand new restaurant just opened on H Street in Northeast called Mozzeria.
This isn’t your typically pizzeria, however. It’s so much more. The famous pizza restaurant is deaf owned and operated.
San Francisco’s first deaf-owned and operated restaurant, Mozzeria, is opening a second location Friday, Sept. 4 in the nation’s capital. The store, 1300 H St. NE, will open for carryout service and online as well as in-store ordering, a news release said.
Mozzeria, an “award-winning pizzeria and San Francisco’s first deaf-owned and operated restaurant,” announced that it will open its second location at 1300 H Street, NE at 11AM EDT on September 4, 2020.
Mozzeria, an award-winning pizzeria and San Francisco’s first Deaf-owned and -operated restaurant, will open its second location at 1300 H Street, NE at 11am EDT on September 4th, 2020. Carry
CSD SVF’s partner Mozzeria has officially announced the opening of their second location. The Washington D.C. storefront, located near Gallaudet University, will open its doors to carry-out service on Friday, September 4th, 2020.
Two hours before Mozzeria opened for dinner in San Francisco’s Mission District, owners Melody and Russell Stein sat in the pizza shop’s dining room.
Melody Stein grew up in restaurants. Not only did her parents own and operate a Chinese eatery in San Francisco, but the family — all of them foodies — also constantly went out to eat.