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.
San Francisco-based Neapolitan-style pizzeria Mozzeria, one of few deaf-owned businesses in the U.S., is opening a location on H Street in Northeast D.C. Sept. 4, not far from Gallaudet University.
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