An Introduction to DC Pizza

DC Pizza is one of the top rated pizza restaurants in Washington D.C. It is a fun, hip place to get a slice of pizza. They allow you to customize all the way down to the sauce. DC Pizza offers a variety of sauce flavors like Spicy Italian, Sweet Tomato, Pesto, or Creamy Alfredo. If you’re not looking to put in the extra work, they also have six different pizzas that are curated for a specific flavor and loaded with toppings. DC Pizza is also a great option for catering to any event! Recently, DC Pizza was included in the FoodBoss Experience’s Best Pizza Restaurants in Washington D.C. article.

Here is a quick overview of DC Pizza from Google Reviews:

DC Pizza

1103 19th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, United States

Cool, modern storefront where diners customize their pies & wait just a few minutes to chow down.

Comfort food · Outdoor seating · Quick bite

4.7 Stars, 238 Reviews, $

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DC Pizza’s casual atmosphere and great service leads to a large lunch rush on a typical day. Besides this, you can usual order and receive your food fairly quickly. The pizza has a thinner crust and is highly customizable. Reviews mention that it is a favorite of theirs becuase it is not overly greasy like some other options available in the pizza market.

Google reviews show 4.7 stars with almost 238 ratings. Looking to order DC Pizza already, here’s a link to find the best food delivery offer possible with FoodBoss! With FoodBoss sort by delivery options from multiple services to find the one with the lowest fees and quickest delivery times.

Yelp Reviews

Below are a few reviews from Yelp from DC Pizza. Hear from other people who have already eaten at DC Pizza to help you determine if this is your next pizza destination. Read about their experiences so you can know what to expect.

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Review 1:

The pizza here did not disappoint! I'm not a huge thick crust person so I really love the fact that they have thin, perfectly cooked crust on their pizza. I love the concept behind coming, grabbing a paper, highlighting your choices and taking it up when your ready with the pizza being made right there! I gave four stars instead of five because I believe they should have a few more choices when it comes to their options such as a garlic sauce, and a few more proteins. I believe that this will take it up a notch and is a small addition. I love that they recycle their boxes, the dough is knead here and the prices are pretty decent for what you're getting. My partner and I shared a pizza, which was perfect. I also wish that they had a few more drink options but that's not huge since there is a Wawa next door. Overall, great pizza. I will definitely be coming back again!

Review 2:

I love pizza and am a big fan of any restaurant that allows high levels of customization (including the similar &pizza) and so was excited to check this place out. We walked in a little early for lunch and filled out a card - this place operates on a model where you select using an order sheet and then hand that order sheet to the line chefs who make accordingly. It definitely made the experience less engaging and less able to change your mind once you see it - which I think I prefer. If you get a custom and get four toppings or less, the price is standard, which is what we each did. The pizza was nicely sized and came out as ordered. Not sure if its the ingredients, the crust, or most likely a combination of both, but this place just doesn't feel fresh. It wasn't a bad pizza, certainly, but it was squarely average. I would put this place in the ballpark with Dominoes, not delicious and customized, but average, not overly greasy pizza. Given the other options in the city for really good pizza and customization, I don't think I'll return.

Review 3:

Meal Pal: Lunch 10 Nice, solid pizza joint. Same owners as the California Tortilla on 7th St NW. What tipped me off is they were actually helping with the lunch rush & the had some of their hot sauces in the condiment section for customers to use on their pizzas. I tried the #4--the Veg Me, which is one of 6 speciality pizzas offered. Comes with classic tomato sauce, house blend cheese, spinach, mushrooms, red onions + basil & parm/garlic/rosemary oil as a finish. It comes cut in about 8 square pieces. I always compare fast food customizable pizzas to &Pizza, as it has become the bar I raise all others to. From that standpoint I'll state the pros of coming here (vs visiting '&'). DC Pizza makes pizzas SuPeR quick. Like lighting fast; 3 minutes to be exact. The pizzas also seem a tad larger. The box they come in a tad smaller & less cumbersome than the other company's. Oh, and you're not charged extra for adding proteins if you follow the 4 toppings rule. But, that's a catch-22. Here, if you build your own you Only get to add 4 toppings, which includes the protein you select, if any. They have some finishes you can add, but IMO not as creative or plentiful as their competitor. And, most importantly you can add almost as many toppings as you want. For a personal pizza at about $10 a pop I'd like to be asked as much as I want. Greedy? Frugal? You decide.

Wrap Up

DC Pizza is one of the many great pizza options available in the city of Washington D.C. For those looking to customize or have pizza catered, this is a surefire option for you. You can order food delivery from DC Pizza here and get it delivered right to your door in Washington D.C..