Posts Tagged ‘seventh hill pizza’

Wings, Cheddar, Bacon, and Beef: An Unhealthy Photographic Tour

When I started as Washington City Paper's bar food blogger back in August, I knew this gig would involve a lot of eating. But I couldn't say for sure exactly what I would be eating. Right off the bat, Sigmagrrl commented on that post in an attempt to corner me: Good first blog topic: definition […]

Young & Hungry Dining Guide by the Day: Seventh Hill Pizza

The prosciutto sandwich at Seventh Hill If my 50 faves were based on style points alone, Seventh Hill Pizza would top the list. Pizzaiolo Anthony Pilla puts on a show every time he preps a pie for the wood-burning oven at the Capitol Hill pizzeria, owned by the same team responsible for the neighboring bistro […]

Y&H to Talk Pizzas, from New Haven to Neapolitan, on Metro Connection

The New Haven white clam pie at Pete's Today on Metro Connection, host David Furst and I talk about D.C.'s pizza scene. With the additions of Pizzeria Orso, Pupatella, Pacci's, Il Canale, Seventh Hill, and the second location of Pete's Apizza, I make the argument that the D.C. metro area now has a vibrant, serious-minded […]

Last Week’s Greatest Hits on Young & Hungry

There's no getting around this: We're endlessly fascinated by the eating habits of the rich and famous. Maybe we should be embarrassed by this fact, as if I have nothing better to do than chase down what French president Nicolas Sarkozy and first lady Carla Bruni ate at Ben's Chili Bowl and you have nothing […]

Anthony Pilla at Seventh Hill: Pizza and a Show

Half the enjoyment of eating at Seventh Hill Pizza, a Best of D.C. award winner this year, is watching pizzaiolo Anthony Pilla at work. During my most recent visit this weekend, I briefly chatted with Pilla over the counter at the Capitol Hill pizzeria, as he bounced around the prep area, forming dough and putting the finishing touches […]

Dish of the Week: The Navy Yard at Seventh Hill Pizza

The pie-maker at Seventh Hill Pizza is named "Anthony," an employee tells me at the pizzeria on Capitol Hill. Try as I might to secure his surname, I can't get the job done because no one, the following day, will pick up the damn phone at the place. No matter. Anthony is a show all by himself. […]

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